There are several places online you can go to help you establish a basic budget number to start with. My personal recommendation is Remodeling Magazine's Cost vs. Value Report which is released by region and major city each year. The really nice thing about this report is that it gives a description of the "average" project so that you can gauge if your kitchen remodel is going to fall above or below the benchmark. I also find their average pricing to be an accurate reflection of the pricing for our company, so by recommending to clients before I even meet with them that they investigate this report they are more likely to establish a realistic budget we can work within to give them a fantastic kitchen.
While Remodeling Magazine's report is very helpful, it is still a very one size fits all approach to establishing a budget. Keep reading if you'd like to try to hone your numbers a bit.
3. Look at the chemistry. If you happen to appreciate ultra-professional personalities, a laid-back remodeler isn't for you. In addition to personality, you need to guarantee the remodeler will play the role you are expecting. For instance, exactly how essential is the design element of your project and does the kitchen remodeler offer the skills to generate the quality of "wow" you're hoping for?
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