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    Kitchen Remodeling


    With decades of combined

    Experience, we offer

    Kitchen Remodeling and Design

    Looking to upgrade or remodel your kitchen? We can partner with your to create a space that is comfortable and relaxing for you to be able to live and entertain. We provide friendly expertise from design to seeing your dreams come true with a completed new kitchen.

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    Residential Kitchen Remodel

    A kitchen is so much more than just a place to cook. It becomes the epicenter of our homes and the place where life happens. Our kitchens should be an expression of the life of the homeowners and a reflection of the lives inside. This is why a kitchen update may feel daunting, but we are here to partner with you to give you the kitchen of your dreams.

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    Commercial Kitchen Remodel

    Whether it is fine dining or fast food, locally owned or a national chain, new construction or renovation, Home Remodeling San Diego is the leader in commercial kitchen design and remodeling. Our top quality contractors will help you ensure that your business is successful right out of the gate.

    Benefits of a

    Kitchen Remodel

    It is no secret that not only do families spend the majority of their home life in the kitchen, but the kitchen is also the room that sells a home when you put it on the market. An updated kitchen makes this room more useful for you and also makes your home more desirable to potential home buyers when it is time to sell.

    Here are the key benefits of a kitchen remodeling project:

    Enhances Functionality

    Improve function

    A kitchen update can improve the function of this well used space. Adding more cabinets or extending the cabinets to the ceiling can solve storage space issues. Or, knocking out a wall between your kitchen and living space can increase counter space. There are many solutions that can improve the functionality of your kitchen.

    Lessens Energy Costs

    Reduce energy costs

    When you upgrade your aging appliances, you can choose newer, more energy efficient models that can save on future energy costs. Also, replacing light fixtures with LED lighting can help to reduce overall long term energy usage.

    Augments Sustainability

    Improve sustainability

    Having low- flow faucets and an energy efficient dishwasher can help to save water, while also saving you money on your utility bills. When you design your remodel, you can also choose sustainable materials for your countertops and floors such as bamboo, reclaimed wood, or recycled materials.

    Modern Appearance

    Increase comfort and safety

    You can increase comfort by adding seating to your island to give more space for hanging out in your kitchen. Also, larger windows can allow more natural light, which can enhance the overall “feel” of your kitchen. A new vent hood can also increase comfort by reducing unpleasant odors while you cook. Also when you upgrade older appliances, you can increase safety by reducing injuries caused by improper function.

    Enhanced Comfort & Safety

    Improve home value

    Increasing the value of your home, whether you choose to remain in the home to enjoy the fruits of your labor or put your home on the market, is one of the largest benefits of a kitchen remodeling project. Homeowners can expect approximately 60% return on investment for your kitchen upgrade.

    Increase Value of Your Home

    Update the look

    When you feel like your kitchen is trapped in a different decade, or perhaps even a different century, you may truly benefit from an update. You may simply choose a fresh coat of cabinet paint and new hardware or go as far as a full kitchen redesign to give a more modern, useful space.

    Kitchen Remodeling Tips

    To increase your home’s value

    Although it is well known that an updated kitchen adds value to your home, here are some specific tips to consider when you begin to design your dream kitchen.

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    Direct Traffic

    Make the refrigerator accessible to both passerby and anyone working in the cooking or cleanup areas of the kitchen.

    Design Wide Walkways

    Footpaths throughout a kitchen should be at least 36 inches wide. The cooking zone should range from 42-48 inches depending on the number of cooks you expect in your kitchen.

    Think About The Island’s Function

    For kitchen islands form follows function. If you plan to both cook and eat on your kitchen island be sure that there is enough space to safely separate the cooktop from the dining area.

    Fill Tt Up

    Consider an extra swing out tap above your range to avoid crossing the kitchen with heavy pots full of water. Or, if design and space allows, install and extra long hose on your main sink to fill pots on the cooktop.

    Easy Reach

    Deep drawers near the dishwasher makes it easy to unload the dishes without extra twisting and turning. Lower drawers are also beneficial for families with young children to keep snacks and grab-and-go items within easy reach.

    Plug It In

    Be sure to think about the number of extra outlets and spacing when planning your kitchen. If you know you plan to have a specific area for appliances, it is beneficial to consider extra outlets in these areas..

    Consider The Countertops

    Allow for 15 inches of countertop space next to both your refrigerator and your cooktop. Some home cooks desire the same amount of counter space next to the microwave as well. Also for those who cook frequently, you will want more space between the range and sink for meal preparation.

    Keep Corners Cleared

    Plan specific space for cabinet door’s clearance and consider the swing direction of your cabinet doors to ensure that doors won’t bang into each other if open at the same time.

    How will a kitchen renovation

    Affect your home value?

    Most real estate agents will tell you that kitchens sell houses, so it stands to reason that an updated kitchen is beneficial to the value of your home. Although you are not guaranteed to recoup all of your remodeling costs, it is projected that a kitchen upgrade will offer approximately 60% return on investment.

    Nearly 50% said they have more family time, and 41% said they cook more at home. It’s hard to deny those benefits!

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    Want to ask

    Some Questions?


    Here are some frequently asked questions you want to know.

    You’ve got questions. We’ve got answers. Here are some frequently asked questions that you want to know.

    Is it worth it to remodel the kitchen?2019-11-01T13:26:40+00:00

    Realtors rank a complete kitchen renovation and a kitchen upgrade as the top two value added recommendations for anyone who desires to sell their home. With a 57% return on investment for a kitchen upgrade, and a 62% return on investment for a full kitchen remodel, it is easy to see that a kitchens are definitely a good investment.

    How much should I budget for a kitchen remodel?2019-11-01T13:27:15+00:00

    Many appraisers will recommend that you cap your kitchen remodeling budget to approximately 15% of your overall home value. You do not want to overimprove your kitchen to put it out of sync with the rest of your home. Also, consider the home values in your area to help determine the appropriate budget for your project. It is always safe to come up with two design plans with different budgets so that you have a back up plan if the original budget become unattainable.

    How long will my new kitchen last?2019-11-01T13:27:42+00:00

    A good quality kitchen should last over 20 years. Although new appliances may need service in that time frame, your kitchen should last for at least two decades.

    How to choose the

    Right Kitchen Top



    Granite is one of the most highly sought after counter surfaces in the industry today.  Ease of care and color options are two of the biggest reasons to choose this natural stone option for your kitchen countertops. 



    Quartz is growing in popularity because this highly versatile non-porous surface is easy to clean and is not subject to damage from spills and stains.

    Solid Surface

    Solid Surface

    Solid surface countertops are a non- porous low maintenance material that is often chosen for its impermeability. Also, the solid surface ensures that there are no gaps or seams for water or other materials to seep in.



    Glass countertops are the wave of the future.  These easy to maintain, beautiful countertops are highly sought after because of their durability and ease of care.

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    kitchen Info
    Designed Kitchen

    Kitchen layouts

    Designed to meet needs


    The layout of your kitchen is important to consider when you begin to design your dream kitchen.

    Kitchen Remodeling 6 One-wall

    This kitchen is typical of smaller homes or apartments. The kitchen work triangle flattens out to house the sink in between the range and refrigerator for maximum efficiency.

    Kitchen Remodeling 7 L- Shaped

    This is typical of an open floor plan and allows for plenty of space for two cooks in the kitchen. This is the most popular design and doesn’t create traffic flow issues typical in many home kitchens.

    Kitchen Remodeling 8 G- Shaped or Peninsula

    The peninsula kitchen give extra counter space and allows for more elaborate appliance configurations. An extra sink or cooktop can be accommodated with this shaped kitchen design.