WHAT’S INCLUDED?

Remodeling a kitchen is a big commitment, but when it comes to ROI, it is one of the best spaces in your home to update. While it can be one of the more expensive projects to complete, a kitchen remodel is an investment that can enhance your home’s value and its functionality.

KITCHEN REMODEL PRICE

Here are the top 9 factors that drive the cost

RECONFIGURATION OF LAYOUT

An exceptional remodel often involves space planning. An expert designer can help ensure that every bit of your space is used to its full potential. A designer will help you understand where it makes sense to invest and where you can save to get the best configuration for your home and your lifestyle.

CABINETS

Organization tops the list in a great kitchen. To get the maximum amount of storage, the right flow, and the best function, configuration of cabinets and cabinet features are crucial. The key cost drivers in cabinetry include customizations, quantity, inserts, door style, and finishes.

COUNTERTOPS

Countertops and backsplashes have a major visual impact on the final look of your new kitchen. The cost of countertops can vary greatly. Total cost will be determined by the type of material, edging profiles, and amount of material needed.

FLOORING

Updating your kitchen with new flooring adds beauty and drama. It is important to consider how the flooring choice will enhance cabinet and countertop choices. New flooring will also impact the adjacent spaces. Thinking through the transition will help make your home flow. The type of flooring and amount of flooring will have an impact on your total project cost.

APPLIANCES

Appliances are available in a broad range of prices. Consider the features, make, model and finishes that you are looking for in your new space. The hidden mechanical updates required to power your new appliances are cost drivers that can easily be overlooked in the early planning phase of a kitchen remodel.

DESIGNER FINISHES

The finishing touches will create a picture-perfect kitchen complete with elements like custom hardware, stone work, lighting, specialty doors, window treatments and many more hand- crafted essentials. Designer finishes can change the project pricing quickly, getting a sense of the essentials early on will help you plan effectively.

SCOPE CREEP

Replacing cabinets and countertops may seem simple, but once a kitchen is gutted and walls are taken out there are many factors that influence the scope including HVAC, plumbing, electrical and any other mechanical elements that may arise. Scope refers to the amount of known work that needs to be done, additional work will creep your budget upward.

ELECTRICAL

With any remodeling project, you want your new space to shine. What better way to do that than all new lighting? Lighting adds drama whether it’s bright in-ceiling work lights or stylish hanging pendants on dimmers. The choices made in lighting fixtures along with other electrical updates to your kitchen will impact the total project cost.

CODE COMPLIANCE

Residential codes are constantly changing. The FBC team will make sure that your kitchen meets all necessary code requirements. This may require updates to your home’s mechanical specs and impact the cost of your project.

WHAT’S INCLUDED?

A bathroom remodel is typically the second most involved project in a home remodel. There are numerous features packed into a relatively small space and cost driving factors can be found everywhere. Fortunately, a bathroom remodel provides a high value return on your investment.

BATHROOM REMODEL PRICE

Here are the top 9 factors that drive the cost

RECONFIGURATION OF LAYOUT

An exceptional remodel involves space planning. An expert designer can help ensure that every bit of your space is used to its full potential. A designer will help you understand where it makes sense to invest and where you can save to get the best configuration for your home and your lifestyle.

FIXTURES

Features like the bathtub, vanity sinks, faucets and shower fixtures can make your new bathroom beautiful and dramatic. Keep in mind the materials and the quality of the fixtures can be a significant cost driving factor in a bathroom remodel.

PLUMBING UPDATES

Removing a bathtub to make a European shower or relocating the toilet can require a reconfiguration of the current plumbing to keep everything flowing smoothly. It shouldn’t hold you back from transforming your space, but effective planning will give you the best outcome for your budget.

VANITIES

Custom vanities will allow you to stay organized without compromising space. You may be dreaming of a hamper pull out, sliding towel bars, or a place for linens. These customizations along with wood species, finishes, door style, and sink inserts are all cost drivers.

TILE

Having tile in your shower and throughout the floor will bring your design style to life and make the space look priceless. Adding accent pieces here and there will also bring a unique touch but keep in mind the amount of space, porcelain versus natural stone and style are all going to influence your budget.

DESIGNER FINISHES

The finishing touches will create a gorgeous bathroom complete with assets like custom hardware, stone work, specialty doors and other more hand-crafted essentials. Designer finishes can change the project pricing quickly; getting a sense of the essentials early on will help you plan and budget effectively.

SCOPE CREEP

Replacing the bathtub and vanity may seem simple but once a bathroom is gutted there are many factors that play into the scope such as HVAC, Plumbing, Electrical and any other mechanical elements that may arise. Scope refers to the amount of work that needs to be done, more extensive work often comes with a matching cost.

ELECTRICAL

With any remodel you want your new space to shine. What better way to do that than all new lighting? Lighting along with other electrical updates to your bathroom will impact the total project cost.

CODE COMPLIANCE

Residential codes are constantly changing. Our team will make sure that your bathroom meets all necessary code requirements. This may require updates to your home’s mechanical and impact the cost of your project.

WHAT’S INCLUDED?

Creating your personalized dream space out of a space that’s being under used is very exciting. Finishing or remodeling your basement will extend your living space and make your home complete!

BASEMENT FINISH PRICE

Here are the top 9 factors that drive the cost

RECONFIGURATION OF LAYOUT

When you finish an unfinished basement, or remodel an existing basement, you have the opportunity to create a true extension of your home. There are several mechanical elements to build into the design. Space planning will allow you to prioritize your must-haves and match them with your budget early in the planning process.

FLOORING

An unfinished basement typically has concrete floors that you’ll want to cover with a single material or a combination of materials. There’s a lot of new square footage that needs to be covered, both the type of material and the amount of space will all affect the cost.

SPECIALTY ROOMS

The basement provides endless possibilities. Customizing your basement with spaces that are special to you will make your home a one-of-a-kind. You may be dreaming of a wine cellar, a man cave, a craft room, an in-home gym, or kids play room—the opportunities are endless. Customized spaces will have varying degrees of cost depending on materials, equipment, and more that can impact your project cost.

EGRESS WINDOWS

Thinking about making the basement a living space or just looking for some natural light? Then we will need to account for an egress window to meet code requirements. This task will add to the cost of the overall project.

BATHROOM

Adding a partial or full bathroom to a basement is a great upgrade to your home but it presents both structural and financial challenges. Adding water and new electrical lines can add moderate to expensive line items to your budget. Plus, don’t forget the normal bathroom expenses of choosing countertops, flooring, tile, stone, decorative items and fixtures.

FIREPLACE

A custom fireplace is the perfect way to make your basement feel like an important space in your home. You’ll want to account for materials like stone, tile, and a mantel as well as any necessary mechanical updates.

BAR

Adding a custom bar to your basement will make it the ultimate entertainment space. Custom cabinets, surface materials and fixtures will affect your project cost.

DESIGNER FINISHES

The finishing touches will create a picture-perfect basement complete with things like custom hardware, stone work, specialty doors and many more hand-crafted essentials. Designer finishes can change the project pricing quickly; getting a sense of the essentials early on will help you budget effectively.

CODE COMPLIANCE

Residential codes are constantly changing. Our team will ensure that your basement meets all necessary code requirements. This may require updates to your home’s mechanical and impact the cost of your project.

WHAT’S INCLUDED?

An entire home remodel will transform your residence and the way your family lives in your most cherished asset. Please call us. We want to learn more about your renovation goals and be part of this exciting journey.

WHOLE HOME PRICE

Here are the top 9 factors that drive the cost

AGE OF HOME

Do you have an older home or newer home? When remodeling an entire home there will likely be mechanical things to update which will always play a role in pricing.

WHAT TYPE OF ROOMS

Where in the home are we remodeling? Some rooms are going to require more work than others.

ARE WE OPENING UP WALLS

Removing walls to open up space may require structural engineering. We’ll provide the support needed to make your remodel last.

RECONFIGURATION OF LAYOUT

An exceptional remodel involves great space planning. An expert designer can help ensure that every bit of your home is used to its full potential. Your designer will help you understand where it makes sense to invest and where you can save to get the best configuration for your home and your lifestyle.

DESIGNER FINISHES

The finishing touches will create a picture-perfect look complete with elements like custom hardware, stone work, lighting, specialty doors, window treatments and many more hand- crafted essentials. Designer finishes can change the project pricing quickly, getting a sense of the essentials early on will help you plan effectively.

ELECTRICAL

With shifting walls and revised floor plans, electrical is almost always plays a role. Outlets need to be added or removed, older wiring may need updating, new fixtures may need new wiring and your home’s electrical panel must accommodate new needs.

CODE COMPLIANCE

Residential codes are constantly changing. Our team will make sure that your home meets all necessary code requirements. This may require updates to your home’s mechanical and impact the cost of your project.

SQUARE FOOTAGE

It’s obvious, but the more square footage you have, the more opportunities you have to enhance your spaces. Opportunities always seem to present themselves in any remodel and unexpected issues often appear—each can stretch the budget.

SCOPE CREEP

Remodeling a large part of your home is an exciting way to make your space larger, feel fresh and look like new. Unfortunately, owners, designers and even savvy construction teams can’t be aware of all potential problems that can be hidden inside walls, under floors, in the attic, and under the house. This should be considered ahead of time and planned for in your full budget. Scope creep also happens as the project proceeds. Owners often decide to add upgrades during the remodel like adding a sink in the new kitchen island, picking that must-have lighting fixture, or adding dimmers on a houseful of lights.

This cost analysis is to be used as a guide for average pricing. Every project is unique and as part of the FBC process, the space will be priced according to the exact design and scope of work. There are projects that don’t fit into description below, please call or visit our showroom to gather more information.