Frequently Asked Questions

A complete kitchen renovation’s duration will depend on the size and scope of work. The average takes around 6 to 8 weeks. Mid-range kitchens usually take approximately 10 to 12 weeks. However, the project could take 3 to 5 months for a full-scale upgrade with a large-sized kitchen.

The cabinets contribute the most to kitchen remodeling projects as they cost around $15,000 on average. That is why some homeowners reuse their previous cabinetry, as it would save them a lot. The next element that takes a considerable amount for a kitchen remodeling budget is the appliances, as the average would cost $8,200.

Contrary to what people believe, our experts recommend installing the flooring first before the cabinets. This will give you a good measurement of the standard heights for your cabinetry, especially for custom ones. Also, it is safer for the cabinets because they would no longer be exposed to damages that installing flooring can bring.

It is highly advisable not to install flooring under any heavy equipment, including the stove, countertop, or cabinets, as they could damage the flooring. Instead, install the equipment first, and put the flooring, snug to the edge of the stove or cabinets, making it look like a perfect fit.

Yes! Laminate flooring can handle moisture well, making it ideal for your kitchen. It is a great flooring option for the room because of its aesthetics. However, you have to make sure that it does not have any moisture issues as it could damage the flooring. If you want a better option, it is best to go for vinyl.