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Its easy to get a good idea of your new kitchen reno cost with these easy steps. Follow the steps below and fill out the calculator options. Submit this to us with any extra information you think we need to know and we will contact you to get things started.
STEP 1: Kitchen Counter Length in Feet
Measure the total length of the new kitchen length including island if needed. Use whole feet measurements rounding up one foot if necessary.
STEP 2: Kitchen Type
Basic: A kitchen with the bare minimum of extras. It really is just a starting place to get a reference of a kitchen with just the cabinets. Few people opt for this basic style.
Typical: The typical kitchen is practical, functional and still includes a few decorative accents such as crown molding and light rail molding. The range for a typical kitchen includes the most frequently requested features, such as roll-out trays, a super lazy susan, a wastebasket, drawers, and at least one specialty cabinet such as a wine rack or tray divider.
In the Deluxe kitchen, you’ll find everything that a typical kitchen includes plus additional decorative, storage, and customized cabinets like, decorative accents such as glass doors, storage including a large two drawer base cabinet, a pull-out storage and microwave cabinets, focal point specialty cabinets such as a wood range hood or wine rack
STEP 3: Island
Islands are a popular and great option for a new kitchen. Space is the key here. At minimum, an island should be 4 feet long and a little more than 2 feet deep, but it must also have room for people to move and work around it. Unless your kitchen is at least 8 feet deep and more than 12 feet long, don’t even think about an island.
Remember space around the island is a big consideration. A good rule of thumb is to have 36″ between island and cabinets and 48″ between island and appliances.
Although prices vary consider an island adding 15% to the overall cost.
STEP 4: Kitchen Configuration
Most kitchens fit into one of a few common shapes. Take a look at the drawings below to find the one that is most like your own kitchen. If your kitchen falls into another shape then leave this out and send us the details when you submit the quote.
STEP 5: Door Styles
The style of doors affect the overall cost. Check out the Door Style page to determine the style you like. Flat panel doors are the cheapest, followed by shaker & raised panel doors, doors that have arches or curves in the design are next and lastly open framed glass doors are the highest priced option.
STEP 6: Door Material
Medium Density Fiberboard or MDF is the cheapest option when compared to wood. Its great for painted doors as it is more resistant to humidity and the finish is always smooth and consistent. If you still want wood for a painted finish maple is the best option.
For non-painted doors that will show off the wood take a look at the most popular wood types here.
Laminate and Thermofoil options are an excellent choice for giving the doors a modern sleek look.
STEP 7: Finish
There are truly endless colours and finishes to complete your cabinets but they really come down to three styles – painted, stained or glazed finish. Go to the Finish page to see the options. Note the first letter of the finish type eg.
D: F-104 Antique is a ‘D’ finish price grade
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