A more definite or near-accurate answer for this question can be easier to find if homeowners already have a kitchen remodeling company they would like to work with. If this is the case, all they have to do is to visit that kitchen remodeling company’s website and get in touch with them through phone or email.
In case homeowners do not have prospects yet, they can do a general search online. This provides them with ranging figures from different sources. For example, HomeAdvisor, a digital marketplace that connects homeowners and local service professionals, states that the typical range for a kitchen remodel in the said location is $13,497 - $38,088. Manta, an online small business directory, shows that homeowners paid between $7,811 and $39,056 for a kitchen makeover in the same location. Although searching online can give varying results, homeowners still benefit from it since it gives them a general idea of how much they must save. These sites sometimes provide a cost breakdown of materials.
The answer depends on the scope of your project or what you want to be done. Typically, projects that require space reconfiguration, such as changing the kitchen’s layout, cost more. These kinds of projects are more labor-intensive. Shifting from the closed concept kitchen to an open layout necessitates a demolition. Demolition projects require permits. A kitchen remodel qualifies for an interior remodel permit. The cost for permitting starts at $200 and goes up depending on the needs of your project. The price includes the permit itself, the plan review, inspections, and fees. There are also additional fees for special conditions such as building near a tree or in a historic neighborhood.
Permits are obtained by contractors or architects/designers. When they provide estimates, they already include this and their labor in their quotes.