People In Montgomery County And Bucks County, Pennsylvania Are Investing To Change The Way They Feel About How Their Kitchen Looks
This is probably your first step for looking into changing the look of your kitchen. This is a great start! Cabinets take up the most real estate, making them the biggest attraction for the eyes. In this post, you’ll find the different cost ranges, the average cost for kitchen cabinets, the cheapest kitchen cabinets we sell, and what you can do to change the cost.
Old And Damaged, Like Me
“You’re not old!” says Michelle defensively. “Our kitchen cabinets, though…”
John just grunts in response. “You’re only 40 and the only thing damaged is your broken arm, which will heal. And anyone would have broken it doing what you were!”
“Ugh, I know, I know. You’re right, Michelle,” agrees John. “But our kitchen cabinets are old and damaged. We should look up how much new kitchen cabinets cost. I think some new ones would make our kitchen look way better.”
Michelle smiles. “You know, I was thinking the same thing about our cabinets. Just not you,” she says with a small laugh. “Here, I already found some info on this topic. Take a look,” she says as she hands him her phone. “We’ll also need to know the differences in the types of cabinets.”
Here’s what John sees:
Ranges Of Cost For Kitchen Cabinets
The cost of kitchen cabinets usually ranges from $3,000 to $90,000. It mainly depends on the number of cabinets, the materials, and the complexity of the kitchen cabinets you want.
- Lower-end cabinets are usually between $5,000 and $8,000
- The average cost of kitchen cabinets is typically between $9,000 and $13,000
- Higher-end cabinets tend to range from $30,000 to $70,000 and higher
The Cheapest Kitchen Cabinets
The cheapest kitchen cabinets we offer are the Fabuwood brand. Honestly, you’ll get the most bang for your buck with these. They’re stock cabinets, which means your choices are limited. This is mostly why they’re the cheapest. Depending on what you choose, they can be somewhere between $5,000 and $15,000.
How You Can Change The Price For New Kitchen Cabinets
The number of cabinets. One of the biggest cost factors is the number of cabinets you choose or fit into your space. This changes the amount of materials as well as the time and labor it takes to install them.
Materials. You can go cheaper and find someone who’ll sell you cabinets made from MDF or other cheaper materials. Of course, they’re cheaper because they’re not as good-looking, durable, or nice. Most of our cabinets are made from high-quality plywood. The highest-quality material for kitchen cabinets is hardwood, like maple or cherry.
Complexity. You can choose kitchen cabinets that have all sorts of new, cool pieces to them. Lazy Susans, drawer-based cabinets, rollouts, cutlery dividers, glass doors, and more! While useful and cool, they take more time, labor, and skill to make. This increases the cost of these kitchen cabinets.
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“It’s hard to imagine a contractor being this open about their prices,” says John in surprise. Michelle smiles and nods. “Then you should check out the other posts on his blog while we talk about these kitchen cabinet prices.”