1940’s Kitchen and Bath Remodel $65,000-$90,000
This was a 1940s house that had an addition added in 2012 and the homeowners were looking to update the rest of the house. Getting an updated kitchen was their number one priority, followed by an updated master bath. The old part of the house still had plaster walls, so they also wanted those covered with drywall. The project scope consisted of:
Kitchen – remove cabinets, countertop, sink, faucet, flooring, lighting, widen doorway. Install new drywall, electrical, lighting, plumbing, cabinets, backsplash, paint, trim, and flooring.
Master bath – remove tub, cabinet, floor, sink, fixtures, toilet, lighting. Move plumbing locations. Install new drywall, electrical, lighting, tub, tile walls, plumbing fixtures, vanity, linen cabinet, countertop, toilet, paint, trim, and flooring.
Other miscellaneous work: Some work in the master bedroom, foundation and crawl space repair, garage exterior repair, and electrical breaker box repair.
- Update the old section of their house
- Top priority was a new kitchen
- They wanted plenty of storage space and counter space in their new kitchen
- They wanted to cover the plaster walls with drywall
Price Range: $65,000 – $90,000
There were a total of 7 change orders on this project. One was to change their selection on their bathroom fixtures. Four were to add work that was not part of the original scope such as lighting, a water softener, and additional drywall and insulation. And two were additional work due to items discovered during demolition.