Like bathroom remodeling, a kitchen remodel is an exciting project that can significantly improve the way you use your home. However, it will also create a disturbance while construction is underway, so one of the most important things to sort out ahead of time is a detailed project schedule.
Today, JLR Home Renovation walks you through a typical timeline for a kitchen remodeling project.
Remove Existing Kitchen
Your existing kitchen will have to be gutted before the new appliances, flooring and cabinetry can be installed. Typically, this involves the removal of existing countertops, cabinets, flooring and appliances. This step usually takes two or three days.
Mark Placement of Power Outlets, Fixtures and Appliances
Your remodeling contractor will have to mark the areas where various installations will be done. This will also guide them in positioning power outlets. This task usually takes about a day.
New plumbing, electrical and HVAC units are set up at this phase of the remodeling project. Contractors typically require around five days to complete these installations.
Install Insulation, Drywall and Flooring
The timeline for this part of the project will vary depending on the materials you’ve chosen. Talk to your contractor about this to ensure you have a good idea of what to expect.
Install Countertops and Cabinets
Countertops typically require a bit more time, especially if you’ve chosen granite. The fabrication process for granite countertops usually takes around 10 days.
Install Appliances and Other Electrical Fixtures
During the last phase of your kitchen remodel, appliances are installed, and then touch-ups and final checks are done. This is completed in about two days.
JLR Home Renovation offers a full range of remodeling services including kitchen, bathroom and basement remodeling. With our commitment to excellent workmanship, we ensure 100% customer satisfaction. Call us at (717) 306-9555 or fill out our contact form to request a free estimate. We serve customers in Elizabethtown, PA, and nearby areas.