The kitchen is the heart of the home. Remodeling your kitchen can bring a whole new energy into your space. There are many ways to remodel your kitchen. At Spaces General Contracting, we are passionate about working with you to create the Kitchen of your dreams. Our designers will work with you to outline your needs, document your style and create a comprehensive plan set to make sure that everything on your wishlist will soon be a reality.
After your Kitchen Remodeling plans are ready, our production staff will procure all the materials needed to complete the project. When the supplies are on site, our team will begin the remodeling process. From Demolition, Framing, Plumbing to revealing the final remodel, your kitchen remodel will be sure to impress.
Why Remodel Your Kitchen With Spaces?
Never wonder who to call. Your project contact remains the same from start to finish.
Every project plan we produce is reviewed by a certified architect, even if it’s not needed.
We stand by our work and we show it. That’s why our warranty is one of the best in the business.
What To Expect
Kitchen Design Process
Our kitchen design process follows our standard design service process. In general, we focus on measuring your space, scheduling a 1 on 1 meeting to discuss your project, and creating a beautiful kitchen design that speaks to your specific style. After designing your dream kitchen, our designers will guide you through the final selections process to match your specific style and work these elements into your project. This collaborative design process will deliver a remodel that is sure to impress. Want to learn more about our design process? Learn More
Before our production team arrives to start on the project, we will order all the supplies for your project to assure that there are minimal wait times for building materials once we start your project. The procurement team carefully pours over the detailed kitchen plans and reviews your finish selections. After verifying all quantities and your project start date, they will coordinate the arrival of materials to arrive on time.
The first task when remodeling your kitchen is removing the old building materials and preparing the space for work. Our production team will arrive on site, and protect your floors from any possible debris. Then the team will carefully remove and dispose of all the old building materials. After demoing the space, your project is ready to be framed.
Our carpenters will arrive ahead of any electrical, plumbing or HVAC work to assure the appropriate framing is present for adjusting any pipes, wiring or other mechanical features of your project. Our carpenters will place floor coverings in key areas and assure to wear booties to protect your home from any unnecessary disturbance. After cleaning any sawdust, or wood pieces or nails from the site. The kitchen project is ready for the next step.
A key component of many kitchen remodels is moving fixtures, outlets, and adding new lighting. Each of these must be done by an accredited professional. We only hire the absolute best plumbers, electricians, and HVAC professionals so that each projects mechanical needs are taken care of swiftly with quality work.
The largest visual difference in the production process is the installation of materials. Our production team will arrive shortly after the delivery of your materials to begin the installation of drywall, cabinets, tile work, flooring and other key building materials. After all materials have been installed, your kitchen is ready for the final finish work.
Finish work consists mostly of the odd bits and ends of your kitchen remodel that make all the difference. Baseboards, Caulking, Touch up Paint, and other final items on our to do list. After all of the finish work is completed, we will clean the finished project and reveal your newly remodeled kitchen.
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Choose Spaces General Contracting for a stress free construction and
remodeling experience that exceeds your expectations.
“Spaces did a fantastic job and the customer service was second to none.
I can’t say how grateful I am.” – Jennifer S.