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How to Map Out Your Kitchen Remodel’s Scope of Work

Rebekah Zaveloff
Publication date:
February 16, 2022
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How to Map Out Your Kitchen Remodel’s Scope of Work

When planning a kitchen remodel, it is important to determine the scope of work and find the right pros. Scope of work is the term used to describe the basic parameters of a project and is determined based on budget and wish list. Considerations for your kitchen remodel include remodeling within the existing footprint, adding square footage to it or moving it entirely. Set a rough budget for the project, consider if the project will involve related projects like new windows or painting the whole house, and create a wish list of everything you want. Getting detailed pricing information upfront will help you meet your budget.

The most important details in this text are that the more detailed you are when talking to professionals, the better off you'll be. To find professionals for your project, it is important to research designers, architects and contractors, look at Houzz profiles of the types of professionals you want, look at their portfolios, read reviews, set up phone interviews, visit job sites or other projects, check references and ask about fees. Some homeowners start by hiring a contractor, and others start with a designer or architect and use contractors referred by him or her. It will take some time to figure out who is the right fit.


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Rebekah Zaveloff
How to Map Out Your Kitchen Remodel’s Scope of Work
February 16, 2022
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