Building Custom Kitchens in the New Hampshire Seacoast Region

Have you been feeling lately that your kitchen needs a little something extra? Maybe it has an inefficient layout or is lacking space. Whatever your situation, a custom kitchen remodel is an option worth considering.

While having your kitchen remodeled may seem daunting, our team of experts at Oxland Builders makes the process simple and affordable. We’ve designed, built, and renovated kitchens, and we know what it takes to transform your kitchen into a spectacular, functional space.

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Design Build Kitchen Remodeling Services In New Hampshire

We offer kitchen redesigns and renovation services throughout the New Hampshire Seacoast including the cities of Hampton and Portsmouth. Our licensed team of custom cabinet makers, designers, and carpenters ensures that you experience both quality and efficiency in every aspect of your kitchen remodel.

When it comes to redesigning your kitchen, you deserve to know what you’re getting before construction begins. We provide design-build services in-house, meaning you’ll work directly with our staff kitchen designers. We’ll help assess your needs, budget, and layout, working with you to create the best possible kitchen redesign.

 

NH Seacoast Kitchen Remodeling Costs

Every kitchen renovation is different for every person. We all have different lifestyles, wants, and needs which make costs difficult to determine. Are you going with custom cabinetry? High-end appliances? Large island with seating areas? This all depends on the family and the goal of your remodel. However, a rough range for kitchen remodeling costs can start at $65,000 and dependent on the features and scope of your project, can get to $150,000 or more.

While it's impossible to know all of the remodeling costs for NH kitchens upfront, working with an experienced Design Build renovator can make a huge difference! We are estimating experts and we design your kitchen remodel with your overall budget in mind from the start. Working with Oxland Builders means you'll get the design and features you love without the sticker shock associated with working with a separate kitchen designer and general contractor. 

 
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How to Prepare for a Major Kitchen Remodeling Project

Although we’ll do everything we can to make your renovation as stress-free as possible, a major kitchen remodel is bound to disrupt your life. These tips will help you survive your renovation:

  • Find Space for a Temporary Kitchen: Since your kitchen won’t be usable for weeks or months, you may want to rely on a temporary kitchen in the meantime. Your temporary kitchen doesn’t have to be fancy. The garage, basement or a corner of the dining room may be the perfect space for your new kitchen. As long as you have space for a small refrigerator, microwave oven, coffee maker, hot plate, and toaster, you’ll have the tools you need to make nutritious breakfasts, lunches, and dinners for your family. Don’t forget about your grill. If you’re tired of microwaved meals, grilling chicken breasts, steaks, burgers, and vegetables will add variety to your meals.
  • Create Do-It-Yourself Counters: A piece of plywood placed over sawhorses or an old dresser make excellent temporary counters. Dressers also offer space to store food, pots, pans, utensils, and cleaning supplies.
  • Figure Out Where You’ll Wash Dishes: A bathroom sink or bathtub or laundry sink may become your temporary dishwashing spot. If you have room in the basement next to your laundry sink, the basement may the ideal spot for your temporary kitchen. If there are no options indoors, consider washing dishes outdoors with a hose and dish basin.
  • Choose the Ideal Time for Your Renovation: Spring or summer renovations may make the most sense if you’ll be cooking or cleaning outside. Of course, if you’re used to grilling long past the summer season, a fall or winter remodel probably won’t faze you.
  • Plan Ahead: Cereal, sandwiches, and microwave dinners don’t have to be the only options if you’re renovating your New England kitchen. A few weeks before construction starts, spend a weekend cooking and freezing your family’s favorite meals. Throughout the construction process, you’ll be able to enjoy home-cooked meals despite the lack of a full kitchen.
  • Use Disposable Plates and Cups: Throwing away plates, cups, and silverware after you're through eating, reduces the amount of time you’ll spend washing dishes. While disposable items may not be the most environmentally friendly choice, compostable options do exist and you’ll only be using these items for a short time. 
  • Bookmark Take-Out Menus: Take-out food expands your meal options and offers an excellent solution if you’re just too tired to manage a meal in your makeshift kitchen.
  • Relocate: If you’re remodeling several rooms in your home in addition to your kitchen, it may make sense to move out of your house until your remodel is complete.

NH Kitchen Remodeling Trends

Kitchen remodeling trends are great to get ideas from, however, after a few years, you may not be in love with these choices. That's why it's important to think about trends that you'll love in the future as well. Here are some top remodeling trends that will look great in the future!

  • Double Kitchen Island
  • Statement Range Hoods
  • Open Shelving and Glass Front Cabinets
  • Marble Finishes
  • Skylights, Ceiling Designs and Wood Beams
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Looking for Licensed Kitchen Remodelers near Portsmouth, ME?

Our staff has undergone extensive training to obtain contracting licenses. We pride ourselves on seeking out ongoing training in the building industry. This provides our team with an ever-expanding knowledge base they can apply to any given project. Contact us today for a consultation!

We service Maine, Massachusetts, and the New Hampshire Seacoast, including Rye, Newcastle, Hampton, Portsmouth, and surrounding towns.

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