A kitchen renovation is one of the most popular home improvement projects among homeowners. It’s also one of the most complex – because of the number of stages and tradespeople involved. A kitchen remodel can span from a month to a year, depending on the project. For a major kitchen remodel involving plumbing, electrical, and layout changes, a realistic timeline is 6 to 12 months. Time slots in this scenario include the time it takes to design your space, hire a contractor, order products, demolish the existing kitchen, and then build-out the new kitchen.
There is a lot to consider before making the dive and steps along the way to ensure your new kitchen is everything you want it to be! Another thing to note is that each home design project is different. Different styles, different needs, various budgets and a wide range of timelines depending on all of those aspects. The following and the blog posts in this series are a general outline of what takes place in a kitchen remodel.
Take some time to assess your needs for this exciting project.
What are your main objectives? You and your families’ priorities will drive all further decisions on budget, style, products and more.
Some questions to consider:
Discuss your goals for the new space. What do you want to do?
Think about your essentials and desires for the space. What are your top three must haves in your kitchen? A few things to keep in mind:
Another aspect to remember when planning your kitchen are any personal priorities. They could be environmental concerns, health and safety issues, or longer-term family needs for the home and space.
Planning for a new or renovated kitchen takes time. Mingle’s Kitchen and Bath Design team is here to take the stress out of the process every step of the way. Stay tuned for our next blog in the series of Timeline of a Kitchen Remodel.