Kitchen Renovations


Kansas City – Kitchen Remodeling…no other room has as many remodeling options as a kitchen. Need more space? How about we take out that wall and open it up into the dining area with a breakfast bar for casual seating. Is more storage what you are looking for? Well, let one our guys walk you through the myriad of options available to better use the space available. You don’t need more space and your storage is just fine, but you would really like a kitchen that doesn’t look like it was built back when Eddie Murphy was just starting out on Saturday Night Live? Well, as a fully qualified and trusted Kansas City Kitchen remodeler, we will meet any needs you have in getting your kitchen remodeled.  Call us today or request a kitchen remodeling quote online.


Full Change Out


You get the most room to work with when you do a full change out of the kitchen. Our highly skilled Kansas City workmen are available to remove everything from the kitchen, all the way to the studs. Then they go back with all new materials and products. This opens up the entire space to the option of reconfiguring the kitchen into a more workable area.

Existing Configuration

  • 10’ to 14’ of Cabinets
  • Sink, Disposal and Faucet
  • Dishwasher
  • Oven, Stove or Range Top
  • Refrigerator

All New

  • Custom or Manufactured cCabinets
  • Up to 30% More Cabinet Storage and Counter Top Space
  • Solid Surface or Tile Counter Top.
  • Solid Surface or Tile Backsplash Above Countertop
  • Plumbing Supplies, Shut-Offs, and Waste Lines
  • New Electrical Boxes
  • Sheetrock
  • Millwork
  • Paint or Paper
  • Vinyl or Tile Flooring
  • Faucet, Sink and Disposal
  • Ceiling Light, Vent Fan, GFI Plug, Average Electrical


Kitchen Expansion

More times than not the kitchen that was designed for the house originally just isn’t sufficient for the modern family. So many appliances, tools and electronics that are part of our daily lives now, weren’t even thought up when most of the homes we live in were built. Mr. Remodeler can show you how to expand that kitchen space and better use what’s available. We will do this by creating a space that meets the requirements of your family, and creating the look that works with your home.

Existing Configuration

  • Existing Kitchen: 8’ x 10’
  • 10’ to 14’ of Cabinets
  • Sink, Disposal and Faucet
  • Dishwasher
  • Oven, Stove or Range Top
  • Refrigerator

All New

  • Custom or Manufactured Cabinets
  • Up to 60% More Cabinet Storage and Counter Top Space
  • Solid Surface or Tile Counter Top.
  • Solid Surface or Tile Backsplash Above Countertop
  • Plumbing Supplies, Shut-Offs, and aste Lines
  • New Electrical Boxes
  • Sheetrock
  • Millwork
  • Paint or Paper
  • Vinyl or Tile Flooring
  • Faucet, Sink and Disposal
  • Ceiling Light, Vent Fan, GFI Plug, Average Electrical

 

Kitchen Change Out

As an option to a full change out of a kitchen, limiting the scope of the project will give you more freedom in your budget with cabinets, counter tops, fixtures, flooring, etc.    If there is no need to completely reconfigure the kitchen, then use available funds for what you really want changed.

Replace Existing With New

  • Custom or Manufactured Cabinets in Same Configuration as Old
  • Sink, Disposal and Faucet
  • Solid Surface or Tile Counter Top.
  • Solid Surface or Tile Backsplash Above Countertop
  • Plumbing Supplies, Shut-Offs, and Waste Lines
  • Millwork
  • Paint or Paper
  • Vinyl or Tile Flooring
  • Ceiling Light, Vent Fan, GFI Plug, Average Electrical

 

Kitchen Update

Often you can get the feeling of having a new kitchen without spending nearly the actual cost of a new kitchen. If your budget is limited but you would still like to have a new kitchen, try focusing on the cabinets, countertops, backsplash, fixtures, appliances and flooring.

Replace Existing With New

  • Custom or Manufactured Cabinets in Same Configuration as Old
  • Sink, Disposal and Faucet
  • Solid Surface or Tile Counter Top.
  • Solid Surface or Tile Backsplash Above Countertop
  • Plumbing Supplies, Shut-Offs, and Waste Lines
  • Millwork
  • Vinyl or Tile Flooring

Kitchen Face Lift


A kitchen face lift is a project where only the face frames of the cabinets are replaced, leaving the original boxes untouched. If there are finished end panels, we go over them with material that matches the new look of the cabinets. The countertop is removed, along with the sink and faucet. The wall above the countertop is only touched as needed to remove the old countertop and install the new one. New countertop, sink and faucet is installed.

Replace Existing With New

  • Custom or Manufactured Cabinets Faces
  • Sink, Disposal and Faucet
  • Solid Surface or Tile Counter Top.
  • Plumbing Supplies, Shut-Offs, and Waste Lines