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Question DetailsAsked on 5/26/2014

I want to find a contractor to remodel my kitchen and flooring in the hallway how do i get started.

I want to put in new cabinets and countertops in my kitchen. In addition I want to replace the flooring in the kitchen, hallway and utility room. They are all connected. How do I get started finding a reliable contractor to do the job?

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I would look in the search box. Go to home and either check: Remodeling Kitchens and Baths, Carpentry or just Remodeling to find one in your area.

Since the kitchen is the room that basically needs a few trades I would choose a General Contractor with a strong carpentry background as that is what you will have the most work in. There are a few plumbers that will try to act as a General Contractor and some do okay, but most don't seem to have the knowledge of how to schedule the other trades so everything goes smoothly. Depending on what type of flooring you are using the carpenter may cover that as well. Aside from possibly the painter the carpenter is quite often the last trade on the job


Answered 5 years ago by ContractorDon


Oak kitchen cabinets are quite durable and you can get great deals when you search them online. Secondly, Hallway is a great place to start with. However, if you are planning on ceramic tile then the cost my rise signinficantly. So I would suggets you to go for a sort of hardwood wooden floor. This can be sone in much lesser amount then ceramic tile.


Answered 5 years ago by judyfholmes

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