Many factors can impact the cost of a kitchen remodeling project in Texas. Updating floors, moving walls, changing floor plans, replacing appliances, changing lighting fixtures, replacing cabinets, installing new countertops all have an impact on the price. The quality of new appliances, countertops, cabinets, floors, etc. will also affect the price.
Because of all these variables, it’s no surprise that the cost of kitchen remodeling in Texas can range from anywhere from $10,000 all the way up to $20,000. Get estimates from several local contractors to determine a fair price for your particular needs. You’ll want a contractor who is willing to work with you to give you the kitchen you want, without any unwanted surprises.
The more things you change in your kitchen, the more the job is going to cost. Wood floor costs more than linoleum, and granite countertops cost more than corian. Moving walls in your house is going to add to the cost considerably. Getting the most expensive appliances available will certainly make your project more costly. You can save a lot when getting a new kitchen if you shop around for the best appliances for your money.
The average cost of a kitchen remodeling job in Texas can also change depending on your location within the state. Projects in Dallas/Fort Worth will generally be more expensive than more rural areas. In general, somewhere around $10,000 or $15,000 is a fair price to expect.