Planning a Kitchen Remodel Budget |
Planning a Kitchen Remodel Budget
Planning a Kitchen Remodel Budget

There are many components involved in remodeling a kitchen. Cabinetry, countertops, flooring, and services like demolition all ramp up the cost of a complete makeover. But you don’t have to treat your project like a package deal. Each component has its own separate cost. Knowing what makes up a typical kitchen remodel budget can help you plan how to apportion your budget accordingly, allowing you to choose what you spend big on.

While each project is unique and different, David Decker of The Affordable Companies breaks down aspects of an average kitchen remodel budget:

  • Demolition 4-8%
  • Mechanicals (electrical, plumbing, HVAC, etc.) 7-18%
  • Framing 2-7%
  • Flooring 8-15%
  • A tiled backsplash 1.8-4%
  • Cabinets 38-50%
  • Countertops 12-20%
  • Fixtures 2-5%
  • Miscellaneous expenses and project management 6-10%

Aspects of a Kitchen Remodel Budget

According to the website Remodeling, the average cost for a major kitchen renovation in the Indianapolis region is just over $56,000 for a midrange project and over 113,000 for an upscale project. These estimates can be guidelines for you, but costs will vary based on the project’s size and scope.

Have questions about remodeling your kitchen? Reach out to David Decker, The Affordable Companies.

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