Kitchen Remodeling Services in Big Rapids
Remodeling your kitchen is a big undertaking. As one of the heaviest traffic areas of the home, the kitchen needs to provide a functional work flow and design that works with your lifestyle. Whether your simply looking to update your existing kitchen footprint or looking to bust out walls and expand the footprint of your kitchen, Revamped LLC can help customize a solution for your project. We have completed many kitchens in Big Rapids, Reed City, Canadian Lakes, Stanwood, and all of Mecosta County. We are a professional remodeling company, licensed and insured remodeling homes in the Big Rapids area for the past 10 years. Contact us today to start a conversation about your new kitchen.
What type of design / layout are you looking for? Would an L-shaped kitchen with an island work, or maybe a large U-shaped kitchen with a huge island in the middle? There are may designs to choose from and we can help you determine what works best with your space, budget, and needs.
Cost of a Kitchen Remodel in Big Rapids
How much will my kitchen cost in the Big Rapids area? Probably the number one question when we talk with clients about remodeling their kitchen. Unfortunately, there’s no easy answer since every house, homeowner, and project design aren’t the same. However, we have done enough remodel work in Mecosta County area that once we do a site visit and look at the existing kitchen we can discuss your budget and let you know if your remodel could fit within that number.
Download the  West Michigan Home Remodeling Cost Guide to see how much a kitchen might cost.
Are you thinking classic kitchen style, white or cream colored cabinets with black hardware and simple cabinet and molding details? Or, maybe a farmhouse style kitchen with open shelving, big farmhouse sink, and large table in the middle for the whole family. There are many different styles to chose from.
Seems pretty straight forward, but there are so many different options available in appliances that its worth spending some time to see what options are available. Depending on your kitchen style and design there are standard appliances and there are compact appliances that work well in a tight layout.
Pots, pans, lids, utensils, spices, canned goods, and cleaners are just some of the things we all have in our kitchens. Putting a plan together for storing these items before ordering cabinetry will defiantly be of great value. Most cabinet companies have pull out metal or wood shelves and caddies to store you kitchen items and makes accessing them some much easier. Be sure to check out drawer storage options as well for all your utensils and other kitchen gadgets.
There are so many options to consider when looking at cabinetry. What style of door and drawer fronts? What finish? Painted or stained? Light or Dark? Maybe some accent cabinets with a different color to really make a statement? What type of wood species? Take your time and research what fits your style, cabinetry can be expensive and you’ll want to make sure you decide on something that you can enjoy for years to come.
Flooring options are almost as endless as cabinetry options. Luxury vinyl plank flooring seems to be popular option right now since it has a great look and holds up well in wet areas like a kitchen. Obviously, tile is another great option for the kitchen and there a so many designs and styles available as well.
Granite, Quartz, Solid Surface Material, and Laminate counter tops all have the ability to make your kitchen counters look amazing. Granite is a stone material that can give your kitchen a high end look. Granite does have some maintenance requirements when it comes to sealing, but the natural stone look and durability make for a great counter. Granite is a natural stone so it is porous and if the sealant isn’t properly maintained, staining and bacteria growth could be come an issue.
Quartz is sometimes called an engineered stone. It’s mostly made of resins with pieces of quartz and colorant to produce it’s appearance. There are more color options available in Quartz, and it’s a non-porous material that resists stains and bacteria. Like granite it can give you a high-end look to your kitchen without the maintenance, comes down to your preference in the material finish and willingness to maintain.
Solid Surface Material counters are also a good option for countertops. They have a seamless look with the ability to sand or buff out any scratches that may occur.
Laminate counters would be a great price point option. Some of the new designs and patterns look like granite or quartz and are easier on the wallet.
Photo of kitchen with granite counters
Photo of kitchen with quartz counter
Photo of kitchen with laminate counters
Again, options are almost endless when it comes to hardware as well. I would recommend looking at a wide variety to see what style and finish fit with you kitchen theme. Once the holes are drilled in your cabinets, your options to change them out and fit the same hole pattern become limited.
Kitchen Remodeling Portfolio
Take a look at our Portfolio to see some of the kitchens we’ve completed in the Big Rapids area.