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Kitchen Remodeling FAQs

When you are having your kitchen remodeled, many questions may come to mind.

Here are some of the questions that are frequently asked over a wide range of kitchen remodeling topics.

What is typically involved in kitchen remodeling?

Kitchen remodeling is generally composed of 4 elements:

  1. Demolition (including appliances and cabinetry)
  2. Repair, if necessary
  3. New construction or installation of cabinets, flooring, countertops, and/or appliances
  4. Final cleanup; project close-out

When remodeling a kitchen, what should I pick first?

This is a tough question and will depend largely on the layout of your kitchen but generally speaking, you should start with picking out appliances.

How long does it take to renovate a kitchen?

A kitchen renovation depends on the condition of the existing kitchen, how many changes you prefer and other factors such as your budget or if you plan to move out. In a nutshell, for an average-sized (6×5-ft) kitchen with all new cabinetry and appliances it takes about 3 weeks.

How much does it cost to install new kitchen countertops?

The cost to install new kitchen countertops varies from $2.75 per square foot for laminate up to $10+ per square foot for engineered stone and hand-cut natural stone. The average is about $7.25 / sq ft installed.

How much does it cost to install a new kitchen sink?

The cost to install a new kitchen sink varies widely, anywhere from $300 for an inexpensive all-plastic unit up to $2,000+ for a high end single bowl stainless steel / porcelain undermount sink. The average is about $450.

Is granite safe?

Granite has been studied extensively and found to be safe for use in homes and kitchens. Two of the primary concerns with granite are particulate contamination, like asbestos, and radon seeping from the stone into the air. Careful sealing, testing, and ventilation can eliminate these risks.

What are the benefits of using granite countertops?

The countertops are one of the most important features in a kitchen and can be used to add value, style, or convenience. There are many benefits to using granite countertops. They come in a range of colors and styles. This can be used as an opportunity to create a cohesive feel or add variety depending on the style you want your kitchen to remodel to take. Granite is also durable, so it will last for decades before needing any repair work done on them.

How do I know whether or not my cabinets need to be replaced?

A good rule of thumb is to replace your cabinets if they are more than 15 years old. They will no longer be up to code and may have a variety of issues that come with them, including safety hazards. If the cabinet doors don't open or close correctly this is also an indicator you should call in professionals for replacement services.

What is the most expensive part of a kitchen remodel?

The most expensive part of a kitchen remodel is the kitchen floor.

Adding new hardwood floors typically costs about $6-7 per square foot, while ceramic tile has a cost of around $4-$5 per square foot. Natural stone tiles are pricier (around $9-$10 per square foot), but they can last for decades without needing to be replaced due to their high quality and beauty.

Can you remodel a kitchen for $5000?

It depends on the type of remodel. You can make some basic changes for around $5000, but a full overhaul will be more expensive and could cost upwards of $25,000-$50,000.

How much does it cost to install new countertops?

The cost to install new kitchen countertops varies widely, anywhere from $1,000 to as much as $10,000 depending on the material chosen and labor involved. In general, costs follow roughly these guidelines:

  • Laminate or other inexpensive materials: around $1,000 for standard 30" x 66" installation
  • Corian or other synthetic quartz surfaces: around $2,000 for standard 30" x 66" installation 
  • Granite or another natural stone surface: around $4,000 for standard 30" x 66" installation

The cost of labor will depend on many factors such as the size and difficulty of the countertop. Often, contractors quote a price based on the square foot of countertop that will cost between $2 and $10 per square foot, though this price can vary greatly depending on the contractor and area where you live.

Is a kitchen remodel a wise investment to make in my house?

A well-done kitchen remodel can be a sound investment if it truly enhances your enjoyment and quality of life in the home. If you plan to stay in the house for at least 10 years, then you will recoup a large percentage of the cost because new kitchens are valued higher than older ones.

What are some common problems when constructing a new kitchen?

Some common problems that arise when constructing a new kitchen include: lack of storage space, poor lighting, and oddly configured rooms. Be sure to plan out how you will use the kitchen in order to avoid these problems.

What is the most expensive part of a kitchen remodel?

The most expensive part of a kitchen remodel is typically the appliances. Depending on your budget, you might be able to get away with just replacing your countertops and cabinets; but if you want new high-end stainless steel appliances, that money can really add up quickly.

What materials are commonly used in modern kitchens?

Styles in modern kitchens vary. They can be made of stainless steel, black granite countertops, and sleek white cabinets for an elegant look that will make your kitchen stand out from the rest.

The list goes on with a variety of options to suit different tastes or budgets.

Is it cheaper to refinish or replace cabinets?

It depends on the age and makes of your cabinets. If they are less than five years old, it is usually cheaper to refinish them rather than replace them with new ones. Older models will need to be replaced rather than refinished.

The cost for replacing a cabinet can range anywhere from $160 -$200 per door while the cost for refinishing a door can range from $70 -$100.

Additionally, modern cabinets are easier to assemble than older ones and they come fully assembled as opposed to being made of multiple pieces that need assembly.

What materials are commonly used in modern kitchens?

There are many different materials used in modern kitchens. Examples include:

  • Laminate - This material is made of layers of plastic that have been laminated together, which gives it a glossy finish and makes for an easy-to-clean countertop. It also comes with a variety of colors and designs which can be matched to your home's color scheme.
  • Granite - Granite is a durable natural stone that has been used for centuries in kitchens and other locations of the home, mainly because it offers strong durability and can withstand heat from cooking or dishwashing.
  • Natural Stone - A more expensive option than laminate, but this material gives you a richer look with its natural surface.
  • Formica - A manmade material that is durable and easy to clean, with a variety of colors.

What adds the most value when remodeling a kitchen?

When remodeling a kitchen, adding new cabinets is almost always a homeowner's first consideration. However, if you want to increase the resale value of your home, think beyond cabinets and consider elements that add real value - like an island or breakfast nook.

What are the pros and cons of kitchen remodeling?

There are many benefits to a kitchen remodel including increased resale value for your home, improved ergonomics in your space with an updated layout, and potentially lowered energy costs due to new materials. However, there is no guarantee that an updated kitchen will lead to the desired increase in your home's value.

What should you not do in a kitchen remodel?

When remodeling your kitchen, be sure to communicate with the contractors and designers throughout the process.

Do not make any major design decisions before talking it over with a professional because you might regret those decisions later on in the project or find out that they are more expensive than you expected.

Should my kitchen cabinets go to the ceiling?

The answer is: yes and no.

Cabinet height is a matter of preference in most cases. You could have cabinets that go to the ceiling or you may prefer lower cabinets with an open space above them and lighting installed for ambient illumination.

The best way to decide what's right for your kitchen remodel is by considering how it would look from different angles throughout the kitchen.

What is the lifespan of kitchen cabinets?

Kitchen cabinets have a lifespan of about 30 years. This is due to the moisture in the air and from food spills, which cause them to rust and warp over time.

What are the different types of kitchen layouts?

There are three main types of kitchen layouts:

1. Galley Kitchen

A galley-style kitchen is typically long and narrow with a single row of cabinets on one side of the room, and appliances on the other. This style limits traffic flow in the kitchen, allowing you to complete tasks without distractions from others in your household. It is typically used in small spaces where space is at a premium, and works best with one or two people cooking.

2. L Shaped Kitchen

The L-shaped kitchen floor plan features an island or peninsula that serves as a divider between the cooking area and the rest of the room. This design creates more countertop surface area than galley and U-shaped kitchens. This gives the cook an area to prep food that is separate from where other family members are able to sit and visit. However, there is wasted space in the room because no one can walk completely around either side of the kitchen island/peninsula.

3. U Shaped Kitchen

A U-Shaped kitchen floor plan creates a large cooking area with no wasted space. This kitchen design features an island or peninsula that serves as a divider between the cooking area and the rest of the room. The U-shaped kitchen is great for entertaining. It provides enough surface area to prepare food for groups of people without creating traffic patterns that inhibit movement around the cooking area.

4. Combination Kitchen Floor Plans

Combinations of kitchen floor plans are very popular because they offer the benefits of more than one style. For example a galley kitchen that opens into a nook is considered a combination plan. The "L" shaped kitchen is also considered to be a combination plan. This particular design features an island with seating which is great for entertaining.

Do I need to do anything after a kitchen remodel?

Yes, it's important for you to clean up any construction debris that may have been left on the premises by contractors or installers. You also want to keep your new floors protected from being scratched as soon as possible so make sure you place mats at all entrances to the kitchen and cover your new wood flooring with protective sheets during this time.

Jeff Anyan

Verified

I had them repair some drywall. You could not tell where the very large hole had been. They were quick to come out to give a quote, then came out the next day to fix it, and had it completely done that same day. Very pleased and will use again.
I would highly recommend Good Company Construction. I was impressed with their professionalism, promptness, and quality of work. Colton and his team helped to fix up my interior courtyard by replacing some exterior trim and rotting wood, and I am extremely happy with the work. I will definitely look to them for future projects!

Wesley Jones

Verified

We hired Good Company to help us with a major renovation last year. The house turned out beautiful! The owner is very trustworthy and will always do you right. Appreciate y'all!

Cale

Verified

A very well done job and they make sure to go above and beyond before final invoice is sent. Would recommend and use again.

Josh Brown

Verified

I needed some demo work done on the exterior of my house to fix a water leak and replace the damaged siding. Colton came out and gave me a very fair estimate. His guys came out and did the demo and replace all in one day. Great quality work done in a timely manner and I would recommend Good Company to anyone in the B/CS area.
I can’t recommend these guys enough! They are punctual and great at what they do. Most importantly they are personable and listen to the customer.
Colton has completely remodeled my 1940 home. He provides excellent value and great quality work.
I would highly recommend Good Company Construction. I was impressed with their professionalism, promptness, and quality of work. Colton and his team helped to fix up my interior courtyard by replacing some exterior trim and rotting wood, and I am extremely happy with the work. I will definitely look to them for future projects!
Good Company did a complete remodel of my ensuite bathroom. The before and after is like night and day! Colton and his team were a pleasure to work with. They accommodated my challenging timeline, helped me find design solutions within my budget, and ensured that quality materials were used. What I appreciated most was that Colton took the time to get to know me and understand my priorities. He worked closely with me all the way along to answer my questions and address any concerns. The experience was great. I am happy to recommend Good Company, and I look forward to working with them again on my next home renovation projects.

Andrea Davis

Verified

We worked with Good Company for our kitchen remodel and recommend them to any friends doing any sort of remodel. Colton communicates well throughout the process and is honest and hardworking, I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend working with them!

Jeff Anyan

Verified

I had them repair some drywall. You could not tell where the very large hole had been. They were quick to come out to give a quote, then came out the next day to fix it, and had it completely done that same day. Very pleased and will use again.

David Ellis

Verified

My wife and I used Good Company Construction on a MAJOR remodel of our house including a complete gutting of the kitchen, complete new flooring throughout the house, painting throughout, raising the sunken living room floor, new baseboards and trim, a new (and relocated) island in the kitchen, quartz countertops, installing new ceiling beams in the living room, and building custom cabinets in kitchen and living room. I'm sure I'm leaving some things out. I cannot speak highly enough of the quality of their work. Colton Cook, the owner of the company, and Mathew Kruse, the site supervisor, not only did an outstanding job but were also great to work with. They went the extra mile to make sure we were satisfied with the work done. I should also add that they not only did quality work, but they are quality people as well. We are VERY happy with the end product. They next time we need anything done on the house (though I do hope it's a while) we will call Good Company first. We can't recommend them highly enough. David Ellis (davidrellis53@gmail.com)

Andrea Davis

Verified

We worked with Good Company for our kitchen remodel and recommend them to any friends doing any sort of remodel. Colton communicates well throughout the process and is honest and hardworking, I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend working with them!

Josh Brown

Verified

I needed some demo work done on the exterior of my house to fix a water leak and replace the damaged siding. Colton came out and gave me a very fair estimate. His guys came out and did the demo and replace all in one day. Great quality work done in a timely manner and I would recommend Good Company to anyone in the B/CS area.
I can’t recommend these guys enough! They are punctual and great at what they do. Most importantly they are personable and listen to the customer.

David Ellis

Verified

My wife and I used Good Company Construction on a MAJOR remodel of our house including a complete gutting of the kitchen, complete new flooring throughout the house, painting throughout, raising the sunken living room floor, new baseboards and trim, a new (and relocated) island in the kitchen, quartz countertops, installing new ceiling beams in the living room, and building custom cabinets in kitchen and living room. I'm sure I'm leaving some things out. I cannot speak highly enough of the quality of their work. Colton Cook, the owner of the company, and Mathew Kruse, the site supervisor, not only did an outstanding job but were also great to work with. They went the extra mile to make sure we were satisfied with the work done. I should also add that they not only did quality work, but they are quality people as well. We are VERY happy with the end product. They next time we need anything done on the house (though I do hope it's a while) we will call Good Company first. We can't recommend them highly enough. David Ellis (davidrellis53@gmail.com)

Cale

Verified

A very well done job and they make sure to go above and beyond before final invoice is sent. Would recommend and use again.
Good Company did a complete remodel of my ensuite bathroom. The before and after is like night and day! Colton and his team were a pleasure to work with. They accommodated my challenging timeline, helped me find design solutions within my budget, and ensured that quality materials were used. What I appreciated most was that Colton took the time to get to know me and understand my priorities. He worked closely with me all the way along to answer my questions and address any concerns. The experience was great. I am happy to recommend Good Company, and I look forward to working with them again on my next home renovation projects.
Colton has completely remodeled my 1940 home. He provides excellent value and great quality work.
Good Company Construction made my renovation easy. Colton has a great handle on popular trends and cost effective solutions. If anything came up during the renovation I was always made aware in a timely manner and the issue was fixed just as fast. I can't say enough about these guys. Hands down best experience with a GC yet.

Thomas Seith

Verified

What a wonderful company! They were so diligent in getting us exactly what we needed and SO quick! They were beyond helpful and I would recommend them to anyone!

Alma Fonseca

Verified

The Good Company completed the most amazing bathroom remodel of my master bathroom. It was my first remodeling project and all expectations were exceeded. Working with Tyler, Colton, and Matthew was a pleasure. All the workers were very professional and communication was top notch. I would use them again and recommend them to friends and family. I'm super happy with the end results.

Emily Seith

Verified

They helped us after the snowstorm and were BEYOND helpful, quick and amazing customer service!! Highly recommend!
Colton at Good Company was very easy to work with. They were efficient, went out of their way to order special tile that matched exactly to my 10 year old tile. They competed all projects on time, provided accurate estimates and project time line. All the people working for him were professional. The end results were amazing. I had one area that need to be redone but he responded immediately and it was fixed very quickly.
Colton at Good Company was very easy to work with. They were efficient, went out of their way to order special tile that matched exactly to my 10 year old tile. They competed all projects on time, provided accurate estimates and project time line. All the people working for him were professional. The end results were amazing. I had one area that need to be redone but he responded immediately and it was fixed very quickly.

Alma Fonseca

Verified

The Good Company completed the most amazing bathroom remodel of my master bathroom. It was my first remodeling project and all expectations were exceeded. Working with Tyler, Colton, and Matthew was a pleasure. All the workers were very professional and communication was top notch. I would use them again and recommend them to friends and family. I'm super happy with the end results.

Wesley Jones

Verified

We hired Good Company to help us with a major renovation last year. The house turned out beautiful! The owner is very trustworthy and will always do you right. Appreciate y'all!
Good Company Construction made my renovation easy. Colton has a great handle on popular trends and cost effective solutions. If anything came up during the renovation I was always made aware in a timely manner and the issue was fixed just as fast. I can't say enough about these guys. Hands down best experience with a GC yet.