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What is The ROI for Kitchen Remodel?

Posted on: February 2, 2024

kitchen remodel roi A kitchen is considered the heart of the home. It’s the place where you come together as a family to enjoy meals or to catch up after a long day. The kitchen is also one of the most important places to prioritize if you’re remodeling your home in advance of a sale.

Kitchen remodeling can add a significant amount to your overall home value.

Your kitchen remodel ROI (Return on Investment) isn’t a one-size-fits-all number and is dependent on a wide variety of factors. There are many things to consider before scheduling your kitchen remodel project.

The Bud Matthews Services team can help you determine your kitchen remodel ROI and assist you in making the decisions that are right for your goals!

How Kitchen Remodel ROI is Calculated

Kitchen remodel ROI is based on a number of factors. It is usually expressed with a ratio or percentage, with the net return on investment being the difference between the value of your home after the remodeling and the value of your home before the remodeling. A few factors to consider include:

  • The location of your property
  • The age of your home
  • The size of your kitchen
  • What the local real estate market looks like
  • The material selections and finishes

In every kitchen remodeling project, always consider your budget. How much do you have to invest in your remodel project, and what’s your goal for the finished design?

Tips for Maximizing Kitchen Remodel ROI

Whether you’re planning for a major kitchen remodel or a minor one, there are a few things you can incorporate into the project in order to maximize kitchen remodel ROI. These include simple touches like ensuring all appliances match and giving the cabinets a fresh coat of paint.

If possible, invest in new cabinets. This will give your kitchen a refreshed, appealing look, beckoning buyers and creating an inviting space.

A kitchen backsplash is a cost-effective way to upgrade your kitchen without blowing your entire renovation budget.

Adding a new sink is also a great way to highlight your beautiful kitchen without investing a great deal of money.

Consider adding a sink that echoes the overall look and theme of your kitchen.

The Types of Kitchen Remodels

There are two types of kitchen remodels: major and minor.

A minor kitchen remodel involves reworking the existing elements of your space and possibly replacing a few components.

For example, you could keep the general structure of the kitchen but replace the cabinets or add new appliances.

Major remodels are larger projects that involve replacing or restructuring the entire kitchen. In a major remodel, you could tear out and rebuild all the cabinets, move walls, and repaint the entire space. With either remodel, you have options in terms of material quality. Incorporating finishes and appliances that are top-of-the-line could cost you more in the short term but could serve to maximize your kitchen remodel ROI.

Trust Bud Matthews Services for Your Kitchen Remodel

Remodeling your kitchen is a big project and one that requires the assistance of a dedicated, experienced team. Maximizing your kitchen remodel ROI involves incorporating numerous factors, including a thorough evaluation of your budget and project goals.

The Bud Matthews Services team can help with your kitchen remodel from start to finish, from ensuring you obtain the necessary permits to assisting you in sticking to your remodel budget. We proudly serve the Chapel Hill, NC, area, offering timeless kitchen designs that will help you maximize your kitchen remodel ROI and be completely satisfied with your project.

Contact us to learn more about our services and to submit a service request!


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