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Kitchen Remodeling Cost and 3 Tips On How To Save Doing It!

When you are considering remodeling your kitchen, one of the first questions you are likely to have is how much it will cost. It can vary widely depending on a many factors, so it’s important to do your research and understand what you can expect to pay.

The cost of a kitchen remodel depends on the scope of the project (size of your kitchen and the extent of the renovations), materials and finishes you choose. There are a wide variety of materials that can be used for kitchen renovations, with significant range of prices.


Cabinets are a major component of any kitchen renovation, and there are many materials to choose from. Solid wood cabinets are the most expensive options but also are a popular choice for their durability and timeless appeal. The average cost of solid wood cabinets for 10*10 kitchen is between $10000 and $20000.

Tip #1:

Engineered wood and laminate cabinets can offer a more affordable option. As a rough estimate, you can expect to pay between $5,000 and $10,000 for engineered wood cabinets for a 10×10 kitchen.

Other materials like metal, glass, and even concrete can be used for a unique and modern look.


Countertops come in a wide variety of materials, each with their own benefits and drawbacks. Popular choices include granite, marble, quartz, and butcher block. Each material has its own unique look and feel, as well as varying levels of durability and maintenance requirements.

Tip #2:

Check out butcher block counter tops range from $40 to $100 per square foot and is very easy in maintenance, whereas granite or quarts is anywhere between $60 and $200 per square foot.





Flooring is another important consideration for kitchen renovations. Tile and laminate flooring are all popular options, with each offering its own benefits in terms of durability, maintenance, and design flexibility. Ceramic tile will range between $5 and $15 per square foot.

Tip #3 : Save money with luxury vinyl flooring that mimics fine-grained to rustic wood planks. Easy to care for and practically maintenance-free, budget-friendly vinyl is definitely worth the look. Another perk? Chic vinyl is far softer to walk on than tile or ceramic flooring. Luxury vinyl tile is $4 to $8 per square foot.







A backsplash is a decorative and functional element that can help protect your walls from moisture and stains. Tile is a popular choice for backsplashes, but other materials like glass, metal, and even wood can be used for a unique and modern look. Here are some estimates for common backsplash materials:

  • ceramic tile
  • Subway tile
  • Stainless steel
  • Natural stone


Appliances are another important consideration for kitchen renovations. Stainless steel appliances are a popular choice for their sleek and modern look, while white or black appliances can offer a more classic look. Other materials like copper or bronze can also be used for a unique and personalized look. Here are some average prices for common kitchen appliances:

  1. Refrigerator: $800-$3,500
  2. Range: $500-$2,000
  3. Dishwasher: $300-$1,200
  4. Microwave: $150-$500
  5. Vent hood: $200-$1,000


When designing your kitchen remodel o consider your goals for the space and budget. You can go all in with a major remodel that involves a complete gutting of the space or opt for a smaller scale project that focuses on cosmetic updates like new countertops and appliances.

Minor remodel includes

  • Cabinet refacing or the addition of entry-level cabinets
  • Appliances updated to new, energy-efficient models
  • New countertops, kitchen sink and faucet
  • New flooring
  • Wall painted

Starts at $25 000

Major remodel includes

  • Semi-custom cabinetry and a 3-by-5 foot island
  • New countertops with a deep, spacious sink and faucet
  • New appliances, including a garbage disposal
  • Custom lighting
  • New flooring
  • Freshly painted walls

Starts at $70 000

If you’re ready to take action on your kitchen remodel, the first step is to set a budget and determine the scope of the project: we would recommend talking to our designer and estimator at this point to eliminate any guess work. He will also help you with designing a layout that not only fits your needs and wants but is also 100% up-to code.

Kitchen remodeling can be a significant investment, but with careful planning and budgeting it gives the highest ROI.