Full Kitchen Remodels

Create Memories That Last A Lifetime

For many families, the kitchen is the heart of the home. It’s a place where we come together, share stories and laughter, and create lasting memories. However, if your kitchen is old, falling apart, or just doesn’t function the way that you need it to, it can be more of a nightmare than a dream come true. Unlike kitchen renovations, a full kitchen remodel addresses the functionality of your kitchen as a whole. This includes both large and small elements, from the ceiling to the floor. A full kitchen remodel is a great choice for updating older kitchens or if you’re ready to have the kitchen of your dreams.

Our team of qualified project managers can help translate your vision into reality. We have years of experience and deliver the highest level of craftsmanship, leaving you 100% satisfied with the result. Contact us today to schedule your kitchen consultation. When it comes to your kitchen remodel, we want to do everything in our power to make it perfect for you. Check out our portfolio to see what we’ve done for other clients!

Kitchen Remodeling: Where To Start

Whether you’ve lived in your home a month or a decade, you probably have a good understanding of whether or not your kitchen works well for you. But when it comes to executing a remodel, it’s important to have a solid plan. While our home remodelers can help you with this, you’ll still want to have some ideas of where your kitchen fails you and what elements you want to replace. We can use our expertise to give you direction, but researching kitchen remodeling ideas can help you decide what solutions are right for your family.

When considering a kitchen remodel, examine how you currently use your kitchen and what ways you would like for it to change. Is there enough counter space for meal prep, or are you constantly bumping into the wall? Is it important that there’s enough space for your family to help during mealtime? Is there enough lighting for you to see everything? Does the flow of the kitchen make sense, or does it feel cramped? Does the position of appliances make sense, or is the dishwasher inconveniently located too far from the sink? Preparing your thoughts, concerns, and questions before our kitchen consultation will help us understand your vision so we can make it a reality!

Expanding The Kitchen

Many older kitchens use a boxed or galley-style layout which ends up making the kitchen feel too confined. While this may be perfect for the size of your home, many people opt for a kitchen expansion. Depending on how much room you have to work with, a home addition may be required. However, if you have unused space in an adjacent part of your home, such as a closet or part of a dining room or family room, we can use this area to add space to the kitchen. Expanding the kitchen can also make space for popular features such as a kitchen island and additional storage and workspace.

Kitchen Appliances

It’s important to select kitchen appliances early in the remodeling process so that our contractors can plan for the space they’ll require. This can also impact the desired layout, so choosing these items ahead of time is important. Plumbing and electricity might also need to be adapted for newer appliances or to accommodate their position. While keeping your current appliances is always an option, updated models are often more energy-efficient and function better. Standard kitchen appliances include the following.

  • Dishwashers
  • Refrigerators
  • Freezers
  • Ovens / Wall Ovens
  • Stovetops
  • Microwaves
  • Garbage Disposals

Cabinetry & Countertops

While there are many great options on the market for pre-made cabinets, most clients find that custom cabinets just work better for them. Opting for custom cabinets also means that the finish on your cabinetry can be 100% unique. Custom cabinets are often of higher quality and can be made to fit various needs and spaces. Popular choices include the following.

  • Spice Cabinets
  • Customizable Shelving
  • Rotating Shelving
  • Slide-Out Shelving
  • Base Cabinets
  • Wall Cabinets
  • Cabinet Drawers

Countertops are also important for utilizing space in your kitchen. With an array of materials available, you can select the color, style, and durability that works best for your home and budget. Custom-cut countertops also ensure that everything fits perfectly.

Sinks, Faucets, & Backsplashes

Whether or not you have a dishwasher, a sink is another important aspect of a kitchen remodel. Modern sinks come in a variety of materials, from porcelain to stainless steel. You can also select from single or double sinks for more convenient washing and rinsing. Don’t forget about the faucets too. An extendable kitchen faucet with the ability to change the spray is helpful for tough-to-clean pots and pans. An additional luxury is to have an extendable faucet installed near your stovetop so that it’s easier to boil large pots of water.

Backsplashes help to add character to a kitchen while also protecting the wall behind it. While it’s most important behind sinks, where prolonged water exposure can cause damage to unprotected walls, finishing all the walls in your kitchen with a backsplash can make messes easier to clean.

The Finishing Touches

While accents may not be as important for the function of your kitchen, things like flooring and decorative molding can transform your kitchen into a warm and inviting place. Flooring can also be important if you prioritize non-slip features or surfaces that repel stains.

Lighting plays an important role in your kitchen’s environment and the ability to see what you’re doing and find what you’re looking for. Popular choices include cabinetry lighting that turns on when you open a cabinet, under-cabinet lighting that can illuminate your workspace, and even natural lighting from windows and skylights.