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Expect to pay at least $26,000 for a minor upgrade. But if you are eyeing a full-scale remodel for a 12x12 kitchen, it would cost you more than $50,000. And in some cases, it exceeds $60,000. There are plenty of elements to consider, such as materials, makes, and models of kitchen appliances.
The length could differ depending on the technicalities and issues. Also, the size of the kitchen contributes to the length of the project. But to give you a clearer detail, you can expect your kitchen to be complete between 8 to 12 weeks, on average. Keep in mind that smaller kitchens can be done with less time. But for a large project, it could take longer.
When you talk about a complete kitchen remodel, you can think of all the things you want to put in your kitchen. Anything that you want to put in the kitchen is included. This means the appliances, furniture, and fixtures are part of installation and repainting. Also, changing the layout and adding new functions and features are part of the whole process.
Cabinets contribute a massive amount to the entire project’s cost. Homeowners spend $15,000 on average for cabinets, and in some cases, even more. The second element that affects the price is the new appliances which cost around $8,500 on average. On the other hand, countertops cost approximately $6,000.
You will see signs of age on your kitchen cabinets after about 20 years. The average lifespan of cabinets is 45 years, as they can last from 30 to 60 years, depending on the material and location. Cabinets that are heavily used tend to have a shorter life, especially those below the sink, as they will be prone to water damage.