If you are about to work on a kitchen remodel, you likely have a lot of questions about the job at hand. Of course, you will put a budget into place that you want to stick to, but how long will the kitchen remodel take? A kitchen remodel is not always easy on the homeowner and it is good to know what to expect. Here are a few things to keep in mind as you start your project.
The demolition is the fastest part of the process. When the remodeling team tears things out of your kitchen, it’ll only take a day. It will also be the start of the messy project.
If you are moving plumbing around or making changes, the plumber may need two days for a more complicated job.
Regular kitchen rough-ins should take about a day for electrical work. You will need to have separate days for electrical and plumbing and other items because they would be in each other’s way otherwise.
This takes time based on the size of your kitchen and the type of material you choose. Wood floor may only take one day to lay down, for example, but another day will be required to stain and urethane it. The floor then needs to dry. Most flooring will take 1-2 days in a kitchen remodel project.
As long as your cabinets are ordered on time, they can go in within a day or two. The countertop is next and is often templated before installation and will also take a day or less to install.
The backsplash will generally take a day to install and if you have tiles, it will take another day for grout.
Keep in mind that anything you add extra to the kitchen remodel will take more time. That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t do it, just factor in the time.
As you can see, a kitchen remodel from start to finish can take quite a bit of time. Plan out the kitchen remodel with the professionals at Paradis Remodeling so you can work around the inconveniences. In the end, it will be worth your effort when you have a brand new, fresh, updated kitchen on the other side of the kitchen remodel process.