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For You and Your Family.

 

Specializing in kitchens, bathrooms, lower levels, and bedroom suites.

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What is the cost to remodel?

Is a Design-Build firm like Design Tech Remodeling right for you and your project?

The Cost to Remodel with Design Tech Remodeling

A Design-Build Firm

design-build firm is different from a General Contractor.  Design-Build firms provide a seamless, one-stop shop to manage a remodeling project. You might think of the design and the construction of a remodeled kitchen as two separate jobs, but they don’t have to be. A design-build firm works with you from concept design, selection process, and project management, through to completion of the project. 

 

 

Benefits of a Design-Build Firm 

There are huge benefits to working with a company that uses a design-build approach. The process begins by meeting with an interior designer to turn your vision into the ideal floor plan. From there, your designer helps you with material selection and educating homeowners on the different products, and then expedites your product orders.  A design-build firm manages every aspect of the project including meeting with various tradespeople, managing schedules, permitting, etc..  These firms also coordinate structural engineering if required.  There is unity and cooperation between the homeowners, designers, project manager, and carpenters. This type of firm will have a complete team available to handle every step of the project. 

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The cost to remodel.

Design Tech Remodeling provides custom kitchens, bathrooms, master suites, and lower levels. While each project is unique to the homeowner’s wishlist, style and budget, we find that our baseline costs typically are:

Why choose a Design-Build Firm like Design Tech Remodeling:

Design Tech Remodeling’s focus is interior remodeling projects including Kitchens, bathrooms, lower levels, and entire full-house remodels.

 

Design Tech Remodeling will:

  • Provide Custom, Full Room Remodels 
  • Coordinate the entire project on behalf of the homeowner from demolition to completion
  • Make layout changes, if desired, for beauty and functionality purposes
  • Make structural changes by eliminating or removing walls if desired
  • Assign an Interior designer to your project to help with layout design and finish material selections
  • Assign a Project Manager to handle the project on a day-to-day basis and to provide the homeowner with project updates 
  • Provide online project management software that is accessible to the homeowner for selection and change order approvals, email updates, and to view the schedule, files and photos
  • Carpenters proficient in quality craftsmanship to transform your space

 

Design Tech Remodeling is a member of NARI  

Design Tech Remodeling is proud to be a local and national member of NARI (National Association of the Remodeling Industry).  

Design Tech Remodeling also has the following NARI Certified Professionals on staff: Kitchen and Bath Designer (CKBR), Certified Remodeler (CR).

NARI members must abide preset remodeling industry standards, demonstrate a commitment to excellence and meet annual educational requirements. Members must also maintain licenses and insurance requirements as dictated by local and state laws and follow the NARI Code of Ethics.

Award-Winning Residential Remodeling

Best of Houzz Award

NARI Remodeler of the Year Winner 2021 Awards

Mequon Contemporary Kitchen Remodel
Silver Award – Residential Addition: Over $250,000

Mequon Transitional White Kitchen Remodel
Silver Award – Residential Interior: $100,000 to $250,000

Mequon Spa Master Bathroom
Bronze Award – Residential Bath: $75,000 to $100,000

Best of Houzz Award
Best of Milwaukee 2021

Bathrooms

How much does it cost to remodel a bathroom?

Standard Bathrooms

Starting at $40K +**

Example: single vanity, toilet, and tub/shower combination

  • Demolition of walls down to the studs
  • Plumbing and electrical updates
  • New drywall and painting
  • Tiled tub/shower walls and tiled bathroom flooring 
  • Plumbing fixtures
  • Cabinetry
  • Remnant countertops (granite or quartz)
  • All plumbing fixtures to stay in the same location

**based on material selections, size of the room, and scope of the project

Mid-Level Bathrooms

Starting at $45K +**

Example: moderate-sized bathrooms that may include single or double vanity, toilet, and stand-up shower, transformation of bathtub to shower

  • Demolition of walls down to the studs
  • Plumbing and electrical updates
  • New drywall and painting
  • Tiled shower walls, tiled shower floor, and tiled bathroom flooring 
  • Plumbing fixtures
  • New glass shower enclosure
  • Cabinetry
  • Remnant countertops (granite or quartz)
  • All plumbing fixtures to stay in the same location

**based on material selections, size of the room, and scope of the project

High-Level Bathrooms

Starting at $60K +** 

Example: Mid to large-sized bathrooms that may include single or double  vanity, toilet, bathtub, and separate stand up shower

  • Demolition of walls down to the studs
  • Plumbing and electrical updates
  • New drywall and painting
  • Tiled shower walls, tiled shower floor, and tiled bathroom flooring 
  • Plumbing fixtures
  • New freestanding bathtub
  • New glass shower enclosure
  • Cabinetry
  • Remnant countertops (granite or quartz)
  • All plumbing fixtures to stay in the same location
  • Layout reconfigurations if possible

**based on material selections, size of the room, and scope of the project (including: additional plumbing fixtures: body sprays, handhelds, in-floor heat, window replacements, skylights, etc).

Kitchens

How much does it cost to remodel a kitchen?

Standard Level Kitchens

Starting at $70K +**

Example: Small to medium-sized kitchen with no wall changes

  • Demolition of walls down to the studs
  • New drywall and painting
  • Plumbing and electrical updates
  • Reconfigure layout for increased functionality
  • New plumbing fixtures
  • New cabinetry
  • Granite or Quartz countertops
  • New hardwood or LVP (luxury vinyl plank) flooring in kitchen only 
  • Recessed lighting
  • Appliances are not included

 **based on material selections, size of the room, backsplash, and scope of the project.

 

Mid to High-Level Kitchens

Starting at $85K +**

Example: Larger kitchen with layout changes

  • Demolition of walls down to the studs
  • New drywall and painting
  • Plumbing and electrical updates
  • Reconfigure layout for increased functionality
  • Structural changes to enlarge kitchen
  • New plumbing fixtures and cabinetry
  • Granite or Quartz countertops
  • New hardwood or LVP (luxury vinyl plank) flooring in kitchen only 
  • Recessed lighting
  • Appliances are not included

**based on material selections, size of the room, backsplash, structural changes, appliances, flooring in adjacent rooms, light fixtures, painted cabinets, and scope of the project.

 

Lower-Level

How much does it cost to remodel a basement?

Standard Level Basement Remodel (No Bathroom):

Starting at $75K +** 

Example: Basement remodel of single room with a small entertainment space

May Include:

  • Entertainment space 
  • Small dry bar
  • No plumbing additions
  • Electrical updates
  • Can light fixtures
  • Cabinetry and countertop
  • Carpet or LVP (Luxury Vinyl Plank) Flooring 
  • Appliances are not included

**based on material selections, size of the room, backsplash, appliances, flooring in adjacent rooms, light fixtures, painted cabinets, and scope of the project.

 

Mid to High Level Basement Remodel (with Bathroom):

Starting at $115K +** 

Example: Basement remodel of single/multiple rooms with an entertainment space and a bathroom

May include:

  • Multi-room entertainment space, office, bedroom 
  • Bar area
  • Electrical updates
  • Wet bar
  • Can light fixtures
  • Cabinetry and countertops for bar and bathroom vanity
  • Carpet or LVP (Luxury Vinyl Plank) Flooring 
  • Tiled shower walls
  • Plumbing fixtures
  • Appliances are not included

**based on material selections, size of the room, backsplash, egress window, appliances, flooring in adjacent rooms, light fixtures, painted cabinets, full working kitchen, wine cellar,  and scope of the project.