Learn 3 TYPES of Cabinet Installation Cost per Linear Foot
January 15, 2021
Updating the kitchen is an easy way to improve the value of any home. The installation of kitchen cabinets can alter the entire look of the space, whether it is part of a complete remodels or just a quick upgrade. Plus, as much as 70 percent of the initial investment will return most kitchen upgrades and renovations.
The best way to estimate what cabinets are going to cost is the square footage of your kitchen. Larger areas that require more cabinetry, as well as the addition of specialty cabinets and islands, will cost more.
Kitchen Cabinet Installation Cost
Custom cabinets are made by hand to suit the exact specifications of the purchaser, and the timing depends on the scope of the job and the schedule of the cabinetmaker. Stock cabinets are cheapest, at around $50 to $200 per linear foot, semi-custom cabinets will run you around $100 to $650 per linear foot, and custom cabinets usually cost between $450 and $1,250 per linear foot.
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Whether you build new buildings or replace old cupboards is another element that affects how much it costs to install new kitchen cabinets. In fact, a new installation is cheaper because there is no required demo work.
The truth is that once you upgrade and price an actual kitchen in your door style for your size home and finish with moldings and extras such as a drawer base and perhaps a lazy susan or trash pull out, you will find that you are closer to doubling the price of the linear foot. And for large kitchens with high ceilings and lots of panels and roll-outs, the price is far above double.
Sarper Subaşı is a writer who lives in New York City with her family and two dogs. He is studying at Bilkent University and has built a freelance career over the years in writing and digital marketing. His passions for cooking, decorating and home improvement contribute to his extensive knowledge of all things kitchen and home goods. Reviewing Amazon products is one of his hobbies in Kitchenbesty.com