Kitchen remodels can raise a lot of questions, but the biggest one is almost always ‘how much will my cabinets cost?’. Pricing can be a big deal breaker for some, so get a cabinet estimate before you start investing your time into the design. Although the estimator tool is not an itemized quote, it will ask a few detailed questions to discover your preferences from the layout down to glass doors. Here are the steps you need to take to get a quick cabinet estimate:
Choose A Layout
After clicking the ‘Let’s Get Started’ button, you will be asked to pick the future layout of your kitchen. There’s a range of options from a peninsula to a U-shaped kitchen. Once you’ve selected the overall shape, decide on whether an island will be included.
Knowing the measurements of your kitchen is crucial to getting an accurate quote. If you need to guess, just know that the quote is likely to be off and pricing could drastically change later.
Select Door Style and Color
It’s starting to get real! Choosing your favorite door style and general color theme will move you closer to more precise quick quote. With anything from shaker to inset door styles, you will have enough variety to put together your dream kitchen.
Pick Special Features
If you enjoy the extra’s, this will be your favorite part. Pick out any number of specialty cabinet inserts and accessories, or crown molding and glass doors. This is your chance to add on everything you’ve been hoping for to see what the top price range would be.
All the major decisions have been made and it’s now time to verify your selections. To see the most accurate numbers, review the layout, measurements, door style and features.
Now that you’ve completed the quick quote questionnaire, the only thing left to do is to enter in your contact info or click to talk with a designer. Once you complete this step, your estimate will show up and you can move into the design phase. The best way to move forward is to get an itemized quote from a Kitchen Designer. Your Designer will guide you through every decision with expertise while keeping your budget in mind.