Kitchen Remodeling


Learning how to remodel a kitchen is a necessity for many homeowners, considering. It is the most popular remodeling project after remodeling bathrooms. There are steps to take when you remodel a kitchen, all of which require careful planning and a big helping of patience.

Brainstorm for Your Kitchen Remodel & Draw It Out

The first step in a kitchen remodels to decide what you want. Start your search for inspiration, speaking to a team of professionals as well as doing your own online research to help develop your own remodeling plans and ideas. Viewing a broad range of layouts and designs is helpful to identify the fixtures, textures and materials you want in your new kitchen. We will provide you with a free consultation with our interior designer that will walk you through the different layouts, designs, materials, fixtures, that will help bring your bison to life! You should also consider how your kitchen will be used and whether your new design will fit within the existing floor plan.

When you have ideas in mind, draw up a general outline of the remodel. Your main focus should be figuring out the layout of the area. A crucial stage in the design process is to determine how far apart your cabinets and countertops will be spaced out, where your kitchen island will be situated, where appliances will go and other specific details. Knowing the precise layout will also give the contractor you hire an idea of the scope of the work, making it easier to provide accurate pricing for your kitchen remodeling project.

Design Budget & Timeline for the Kitchen Remodel

Once you have an idea of what your dream kitchen will look like, it’s time to figure out the numbers and how much it will cost. Time to research to come up with a solid foundation for your kitchen remodel budget. Establishing a budget ceiling now will allow you to start getting in touch with professionals (Tyson Construction, inc).

You should also have a general idea of the duration of your kitchen remodel project, ie...What will be your deadline? How long does a project like this take? These are questions your contractor (Tyson Construction) will be able to answer

Call in the Professionals

There’s a professional out there for just about every trade of a major kitchen remodel, from granite countertops to custom kitchen cabinetry to managing the entire project itself. Ask friends, colleagues, word of mouth, and online research to find the best professionals to realize your unique design. A good option is to do your research at major big box stores to get a look at every material available to you. Another good place to start is to hire professionals that can provide education, connections, and special resources to suppliers and manufacturers. Before you hire a contractor, you should figure out your budget, layout, and overall design is all figured out first. A good idea is to get at least three different estimates from three different contractors, so that you are able to compare & contrast the different opinions and visions, and figure out which contractor is a better fit for you. Do a walkaround with each contractor to go over every aspect of the kitchen remodel and to get a sense of whether you may need to add or subtract from your budget. Low estimates indicate a contractor may be desperate for work, or plans on using low-quality materials. Once you’ve picked a contractor to assist in your kitchen remodel project, draw up a contract that outlines the scope of the work and establishes a payment schedule.

Demolition & Preparation

Once contract has been approved, the design is finalized and the crew you’ve hired to help is ready to start tearing down the kitchen. Some homeowners may choose to leave their house once the kitchen demolition starts, but others will opt to remain in the home. If you choose to do so, there are some things you need to plan ahead for:

  • Set up a temporary kitchen in another room of the house.
  • Make sure you have space for preparing small meals.
  • Bring only the essential appliances you need for cooking (read: no waffle irons).
  • Use a mini-fridge to store food.
  • Stock your pantry with paper plates, plastic silverware and cups.
  • Keep non-perishables such as peanut butter, crackers and snack bars handy.
  • The Order of Steps in a Kitchen Remodel

Configure plumbing and electrical

If your kitchen remodel involves updates to the plumbing or electrical wiring, we recommend having a professional contractor oversee the process for this step. Tyson will provide the team that you need.

  • Paint and install new flooring.
  • Install kitchen cabinets.
  • Install counter tops and back splash.
  • Place appliances and fasten cabinet hardware.

Conclusion for Kitchen Remodel

Once everything is complete, installed, and properly functioning you can check out your newly remodeled kitchen, check off the project items that are complete and wrap up the others that still need attention. If you worked with a contractor, everything that was agreed to in the contract should be fulfilled before they receive final payment by performing an inspection with your family, friends, colleagues, or even maybe someone in your pool that has knowledge in the construction field.

After your list is complete, you can finally resume a normal cooking routine in your brand-new kitchen.

If you have any debris or junk left over from your renovation, you can take heavy-duty cleanups with our junk removal services that we provide here. No load is too big or small here at Tyson Construction, inc.

Kitchen Remodel Cost Per Square Foot

Overall, kitchen remodels cost $100 to $250 per square foot, with the average homeowner spending $150 per square foot. When planning to remodel your kitchen, you need to ask yourself some critical questions.


Question to Ask

  • What exactly do you want to do with the available space?
  • What is it that you want to get out of this renovation?
  • How do you envision the space to look and what functional features are you considering?
  • Based on your initial space or current design, is the layout ideal?
  • How much do you want to spend?