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Kitchen remodel

Kitchen Remodels

We build custom kitchens of all shapes and sizes.

We take the time to understand your goals so we can build a kitchen that’s unique to you and your home. Maybe your ideal kitchen is contemporary or traditional, U-shaped or galley-style, custom or prefab — or somewhere in between. We can preserve the original look and feel, or build something completely different.

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We're a licensed general contractor with local teams across the greater Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, San Jose, San Diego, Denver, and Phoenix areas.

Kitchen remodeling FAQ

What are the most common types of kitchen remodels?

When remodeling a kitchen, there are countless layout and style options to choose from. Most often, our clients are interested in transforming a closed-off kitchen into larger open-concept space connected to the home’s dining and living areas. 

  • Remove walls to create an open floor plan 
  • Reconfigure the kitchen layout to improve the room’s flow
  • Update the appliances, countertops, cabinets, and other fixtures 
  • Upgrade or repair the appliances, electrical, or plumbing 
  • Add windows, built-ins, or other custom features

How much does a kitchen remodel cost? 

The total cost of a kitchen remodel varies heavily based on the city you live in, the size of the kitchen, the quality of materials, and whether you change the room’s layout. Projects can range anywhere from $150 to $300 per square foot. 

While these estimates are broad, a licensed general contractor can give you a more detailed estimate after examining your space in person. The Pro.com team has quoted hundreds of projects, so we have a keen understanding of what might affect the cost of yours.

What kind of materials should I look for? 

In the construction industry, materials are often categorized by grade. These definitions are loose, but they correlate to their quality and cost:

  • Custom grade: above-average price, above-average durability
  • Quality grade: average price, average durability
  • Builder grade: budget price, below-average durability

High-end finishes like calacatta marble countertops or mahogany wood floors will quickly increase your total cost. By comparison, lower-grade alternatives like IKEA cabinets or vinyl floor tiles are inexpensive, but they won't last as long. There are plenty of mid-range options to consider as well. Our project consultants are happy to discuss what’s best for your lifestyle and budget. 

How do I get started on my kitchen remodel? 

We can guide you through every step of your kitchen project. Some clients already have designs and permits in hand. Others are just starting out with an idea and a budget. No matter where you are in the process, we can help you achieve the result you want — on time and on budget.