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Are you planning a kitchen remodel? Before considering the aesthetics, it’s important to ensure that the new kitchen will work for both your entertaining and cooking style. Additionally, you must be informed of the different materials and designs to integrate in your remodel.
The Permit Section in the City of St Louis issues permits related to the following:
Plumbing, Mechanical, Electrical, Demolition, Occupancy, Building
Staffs are always available at the Hot Spot Desk to assist in the permit process. For any inquiries, feel free to call the Building Department on (314) 622-4671.
Click here to learn the specific details regarding the kitchen remodeling project permit in the City of St Louis.
Your kitchen is one of the spaces that need an upgrade at some point in its lifespan. The million dollar question that comes with this remodeling is ‘how much will it cost?’
The truth of the matter is that every project is unique. You must dig into details such as construction, materials, labor, and design to arrive at the cost.
However, on average, the cost of remodeling a kitchen in St Louis is approximately $21, 456. The project can take between 2 to 4 months to complete.
And of course, your St Louis Kitchen remodeling costs will vary upon your goals.
The remodeling of a kitchen may seem like a daunting task to many homeowners but it is really a quite achievable goal even with a relatively modest budget. While a total renovation will require a sizable investment in time, effort and money, more modest ones will still add significant value to a home.
The best idea is to start small and make a few improvements until you are sure of how you want to proceed. Here are a few suggestions:
Two smaller projects
Add a separate island – The most affordable way to add counter space to a kitchen is with an island. The simplest island are merely a cabinet with storage space. More sophisticated ones, however, can include everything from electrical power and plumbing to installed appliances such as warming ovens or mini-fridges.
Add a personalized backsplash – This project is relatively inexpensive if the homeowner keeps the design challenges to a minimum. In other words, a relatively modest backsplash can be added for a modest cost but more complicated ones can rapidly become quite expensive.
Two medium-sized ones
Add a second sink – Whether preparing the meal or cleaning up after it, a second sink is a very functional and valuable addition to a kitchen area. For example, it is a great place to let the kids “help” while keeping them out of the way or for stacking the dirty dishes after dinner when you do not want to clean them immediately.
Add more lighting – Whether natural or artificial, it never hurts to add more light to a kitchen. Consider adding a track lighting system or installing a skylight. Whatever you choose, not only will the room become more usable overall but the extra illumination will also heightens its safety.
A larger alternative
Open up the space – By removing a wall or obstructing cabinets, an isolated kitchen space can be combined with the adjoining dining or family room. In either case, the utility and the value of both spaces is increased.
This combination room will be especially useful during those long, cold, St. Louis winters when most of your family activities will be conducted indoors.