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Kitchen Renovations

“Quality means doing it right when no one is looking.” - Henry Ford

According to National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA), kitchen is the most frequently remodeled room in the house. Additionally, kitchen renovation has highest rate of return over every other room in the home. It can be a great investment that can add real estate value to your property.

A well-designed kitchen serves as the center of activities in the home. It’s the place where you spend a great deal of your time. Wouldn’t it be great for it to be organized, running at full capacity and a pleasant space to inhabit? Whether you’re looking for a cosmetic makeover or a dramatic transformation, you came to the right place. Our skillful trades’ people and our competitive pricing make us one of the few renovation companies in Toronto and GTA that delivers great results and keeps pace with innovation and progress.

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Got a reason to remodel your kitchen? We’ll be glad to help!

Why are you looking into renovating your old kitchen? Is that your kitchen inconvenient for your family to use or is it that you just simply can not stand the way it looks? Or may be it’s both? In either way, our company can help you transform your old, outdated kitchen into a beautiful, welcoming and cozy place to enjoy for the whole family.

Important questions to ask when
planning your kitchen renovation

To make the most out of your kitchen remodeling project, there are some questions you should ask yourself before starting the process.

  • Does your kitchen have an adequate eating area?
  • Does your kitchen area provide adequate room for preparing your meal? In other words, do you like the current layout of your appliances?
  • Is there enough storage in your kitchen?
  • Is there enough lighting in your kitchen?
  • Are the traffic patterns convenient?

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What’s involved in renovating a kitchen?

When taking on a kitchen renovation project, we usually consider the following elements:

  1. Design and Planning
  2. Cabinets Selection (custom, semi-custom, stock)
  3. Countertop Selection (marble, granite, laminate, quartz)
  4. Island Selection (if required)
  5. Fixtures Selection (Range Hood/Vent Fan, Sink, Faucets, drain and traps)
  6. Flooring Selection (Tile, sheet vinyl, hardwood, laminate)
  7. Lighting (Ceiling lighting, canister lighting, under-cabinet lighting)
  8. Backsplash (glass mosaic, ceramics, natural stone)
  9. Appliances Selection (if required)
  10. Painting
  11. Plumbing
  12. Electrical
  13. Ventilation

Types of Kitchen Remodeling:

Once you know the answers to those questions, then you can think about how much change you’d want to make to the layout and the floor plan for you kitchen. The following are several possible types of kitchen remodeling that you may consider. Starting from the basic towards the most challenging and expensive:

Cosmetic makeover: (approximate cost runs $3,000-$7,000)

  • Keeping the same layout, fixtures and appliances
  • Replacing flooring, backsplash and possibly countertop
  • Repainting the kitchen

Changing the layout: (approximate cost runs at $5,000-$10,000)

  • Common types of kitchen layouts: L-shaped, U-shaped, Island-style, Galley-style
  • Includes some or all elements of “cosmetic makeover”
  • Changing the positions of the appliances, eating area and fixtures
  • Requires plumbing, electrical work

Changing the traffic pattern: (approximate cost runs at $10,000-$35,000)

  • Includes most of the “changing the layout” jobs
  • Might include adding an island, new window, installing the skylight
  • Might include adding/removing the door or opening up/removing a wall

Expanding the space from the inside: ($20,000 and up)

  • Includes elements from “changing the traffic pattern”
  • Involves annexing the closet, opening up a larger wall
  • Includes rearranging and replacing cabinetry