There’s one thing that matters most to homeowners when it comes to a new kitchen, it’s the cost. After all, many correctly assume that a new kitchen will be a significant investment. But at the same time, many are unsure of which factors will affect the cost of the kitchen the most.

As such, there’s no definitive answer to the cost of a new fitted kitchen for your home in Glasgow, Fife, Dunfermline, or Edinburgh. However, there are a number of factors you can consider to arrive at a best estimate of what a new kitchen would cost. And below, we’re discussing each to help you plan properly and avoid unexpected costs that can hinder you from completing your project.

1.Plan Out What You Want

Do you know what you want out of your new kitchen? What you want to avoid that you didn’t like about your old kitchen? Knowing both is important to ensure you’re getting the most out of your money for your new project.

The best part about fitted kitchens is that they’re designed to maximise the space you’re working with. Then, by critically evaluating your budget and your most pressing wants/needs, you can prioritise your redesign to ensure you sacrifice nothing and get the kitchen you’ve always wanted.

You might even want to work with a professional joinery or other consultant in the beginning of your redesign to budget accordingly. Doing so guarantees that your time and expenses are in order before you ever begin taking out your old kitchen or installing new fixtures.

2.Tearing Out Your Old Kitchen

Unfortunately, your old kitchen won’t just disappear. In fact, tearing out the kitchen will cost additional money as part of your redesign and rebuild.

As such, you can’t just consider the cost of the new furniture, appliances, and other external factors. You must also consider what it will cost to get rid of your old kitchen to pave way for the new.

3.Installation and Re-Wiring Costs

Speaking of preparing the new space, you’ll also need to pay installation and re-wiring costs for new appliances, electric, and other essentials. As you might suspect, the more drastic the changes you make, the higher the costs will be.

If you haven’t completed a renovation for quite some time, it’s likely that re-wiring will be much more costly as more work will need to be done. However, this is an upgrade that is well worth the investment, especially if you plan on selling your home in the next 10 to 15 years.

4.Finishes and Furniture

Another major cost in any remodel is the cost of the kitchen itself. After all, the finishes can vary from cost-effective to top-of-the-line materials. Because of this, the price of any fitted kitchen will vary significantly.

Many homeowners believe they should choose the most cost-effective materials to offset the price of the other work required of a new kitchen. However, it’s important to ensure you’re investing your budget in the right elements to increase the total value of the remodel.

A professional joinery can help guide your decisions to guarantee the best outcome for your project.

Management Joinery Solutions is the Licensed Resource You Need for Your New Fitted Kitchen Project

With extensive experience in planning and executing new fitted kitchens for homeowners seeking a budget-friendly solution to those in need of top-of-the line finishes, Management Joinery Solutions has done it all.

Contact us today on 07772608248 to discuss your unique needs and/or questions about your new fitted kitchen. Our in-house team looks forward to offering the reliable, experienced support you deserve before, during, and after your project!