At the risk of sounding elusive, we really must say that “it depends.” The scope of the kitchen remodeling dictates how long the project will take. For example, if you are removing a wall or two to open up the kitchen, which is a very common trend now, the actual construction will obviously take a little bit longer. But, it is important to remember that removing or adding walls will generally require building department permits, which will also add to the project time.
Here’s a sample timeline, for illustration purposes only, of a kitchen remodeling project that does not include removing or adding walls:
-Meet with a remodeling consultant for a Free Design Consultation and get proposal – 1 week.
-Meet at our showroom, finalize the scope of the project and the terms of a Remodeling Agreement – 2 to 3 weeks.
-Select all the materials for the project – 1 to 4 weeks.
-Materials are ordered and delivered – 4 to 8 weeks.
-Demolition and removal of old materials and appliances – 1 week.
-Installation of new materials and appliances, flooring, plumbing and electrical work, painting – 3 to 4 weeks.
-Finishing touches and clean up – 1 to 2 weeks.