Few home remodeling projects come with more benefits—and more headaches—than a major kitchen remodeling job. If you hire a general contractor (GC) to manage a major job that expands the kitchen footprint, costs can easily go into the six-figure range. If you have the courage to tackle the work yourself, the job may take many months to complete, and you may need to live without a kitchen for a good portion of that time.
But a gleaming new kitchen will make your home more live able, and it will increase the equity value of your real estate like few other remodeling projects can do. A great new kitchen will be the focus of family life and can be the center of social gatherings. A fully remodeled kitchen is most certainly a project worth the time, money, and effort, and you can avoid being overwhelmed if you fully understand the steps that go into the process before you begin.
Steps to Remodeling Your Kitchen
1-Demoing the Kitchen
2-Replace Dated Kitchen Plumbing
3-Replace Electrical and Install Kitchen Lighting
4-Hang Kitchen Drywall, Mud and Sand
5-Paint Kitchen Walls and Ceiling
6-Install Kitchen Flooring and Baseboards
7-Install Kitchen Cabinets
8-Do Template, Order Kitchen Countertops and Install
9-Install Kitchen Backsplash
10-Install Kitchen Appliances, Faucet and Hardware