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I have a rather small kitchen (approx. 100 sq ft) that is in need of a make over. What I am looking for is replacement of all cabinets, counter top, and back splash. As well, removal of a small pantry to extend the counter and cabinet space. My house was built in 1989 and is considered a starter home. My thoughts for the kitchen are quality, nice, and reasonably priced. Not low end, however, not high end either. The current state of my kitchen is exactly how it was when built. At this point, I am looking for quotes and am serious about having this project take place as soon as possible.
My house was built in 1973. In the kitchen, which measures a smallish 13'x10, there is a pantry measuring approximately 43"x32" in the corner, effectively separating the kitchen from the living area. The light switches for the kitchen are on the side of this pantry, as well as an electrical outlet on the adjacent side in the living area, with an odd switch that turns the outlet on and off. We are remodeling the kitchen with new cupboards and were interested in taking out the pantry entirely, to create an open effect in the house. In it's place we wish to add counter space with upper cupboards. My concern is that this may be load bearing. Would like to get some ideas. Thank you.
Kitchen - want to replace existing cabinets, counters and flooring
Pantry - replace existing cabinets and flooring
Half Bath - replace existing vanity and flooring
Currently the flooring is all ceramic tile in these areas.
Kitchen - total area 10ft x 12ft, current cabinets 9 linear ft (with fridge and stove) on one side and 7 1/2 linear ft with dishwasher and sink on the other side. Backsplash approx 16 1/2 linear ft by whatever the distance between the new cabinets and counters are.
Pantry - total area 5ft x 5ft, current 5 linear ft, one half floor to ceiling the other has a base with counter top and an upper cabinet
Half bath - total area - 5ft x 4'7", current 30" vanity
Overall approx 170 sq ft of ceramic tile (without subtracting cabinets) for new flooring, replace cabinets in Kitchen, pantry and vanity in half bath. New counter in kitchen, bath can use existing vanity top as it is new, pantry can probably just be cabinets with no counter required.
Cabinets - do not need anything fancy ($100/ cabinet Home Depot or Ikea basic shakers are fine).
The renovation is in a 1980's townhouse in St Albert.
St Albert Alberta, Older bungalow (mid eighties), Forest Lawn area
Kitchen area is 11' x 17' aprox.
Appliances, plumbing, electrical, and existing cabinets remain as is.
1. L shaped extension to existing (original) painted wooden cabinets, customized to fit dog crate and storage at side door entrance into kitchen for boots etc. Total length aprox 7-8' Design by contractor with input from homeowner.
2. New counter tops installed throughout. Total length aprox 20 - 21' including extension. Good quality laminate.
3. Backslash installed throughout. Tile. Nothing fancy.
4. New linoleum flooring installed.
5. New baseboards and window, door trim installed.
6. Possibly new side door and two windows (57in x 34in and 34in x 51 in aprox) installed depending on cost.
Priorities: Functional, easy maintenance, clean lines, simple - nothing fancy.
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