The kind of turnkey service an
“Easy” can offer you
Easy Reno offers a range of kitchen remodelling services in Toronto..
— Kitchen design services
However simple or complex your dream kitchen design is, we’re happy to deliver unmatched services. We have a team of expert kitchen designers with years of experience in modeling spaces that suit the client’s unique requirements. Before we begin any demolition work, we take the time to design the space according to your needs. Unlike other kitchen contractors who will be quick to refer you to another designer, we offer this service in-house.
— Demolition projects
Are you tempted to demolish your kitchen on your own? While this may appear to be a cost-saving approach, demolishing the kitchen yourself can result in serious injury and damage to costly plumbing and electrical components. That’s why we always recommend having an expert handling the demo work. Our team comes fully equipped to ensure all demolitions are done safely. We won’t damage anything by mistake that would cost you in the near future. Additionally, our contractors are fully insured so you can be assured that there will be no liability case against you in the unlikely event that something goes wrong.
— Plumbing and electrical work
Kitchen renovations involve a lot of plumbing and electrical work which needs to be done by experts. Poorly installed pipes or electrical components can result in unnecessary repair costs in the future. Our Toronto kitchen contractors will ensure all this is done effectively as we prepare for the upcoming renovations.
— Installing kitchen flowing and upgrading the walls
Once the roughing is done, our contractors will then proceed to close up the walls and fix the flooring. We will install your preferred kitchen flooring effectively, paint the walls and all other aspects needed before we begin adding in the essential kitchen fixtures.
— Installing the sink and cabinets
The next step would be putting in the kitchen sink, cabinets, backsplash, and countertop. These are critical kitchen components that will determine how your overall kitchen design appears once the work is complete. We carefully select each of these components according to the design plan so that we can deliver exactly what the client wants.
— Finishing touches
At this stage, we’ve done most of the renovation work and we’ve gotten to the exciting part. We’ll put in the lighting fixtures, moulding, some kitchen fittings, and any other accessories needed to bring your unique design to life.
Every stage of the kitchen remodeling process requires proper planning. At Easy Reno, we work with you to finalize the materials and budget before we begin. We may spend a little more time planning just so we can deliver exactly what you want and love. Working with our remodeling experts will not only save you time but is also likely to save you money in the long run.
Questions to ask a kitchen
If you’re looking to hire a kitchen remodelling expert in Toronto,, be prepared to do a little detective work. Hiring someone just because he/she was recommended by a family member or friend may not be the best move. You must do some due diligence prior to partnering with any contractor. If it worked out for someone else, it doesn’t mean it will work out for you exactly the same way. Everyone has different remodeling needs and your project scope may be too complex for the same contractor to handle.
With that said, you need to know the right questions to ask when interviewing different contractors. Keep in mind that it’s also best to follow your gut feeling when choosing whom to work with. If you notice some red flags or lack of transparency during your first interactions, it’s best to look the other way. A good contractor should be able to clarify any concerns you may have in order to solidify your decision of hiring them.
10 questions you must ask a
kitchen remodeling expert before
- Do you offer an all-inclusive service? The best contractor should offer full turnkey solutions, so you don’t have to deal with the headache of working with multiple professionals.
- How many employees will be working on the kitchen remodel?
- Who will be in charge of the project? You need to be assured that someone will supervise the work done.
- Will you prepare the worksite, or do I have to hire someone else to take care of it?
- What measures will you implement to ensure there’s no damage to the rest of my property?
- Can I see some of your past work? Could you share contacts of clients you’ve worked with recently
- How long have you been in business?
- Could you refer me to some suppliers you work with who offer quality kitchen materials?
- Will you offer debris removal services?
- Do you prepare an official quote, and will it become our agreement that clearly dictates the contractual obligations?
If you’re meeting our contractors at Easy Reno, we’ve already done the hard work of prequalifying everyone in our team. You can ask us any of the following questions to get confidence in our service delivery and capacity when it comes to Toronto kitchen renovations.
How much does a kitchen
When you hire a kitchen contractor, the amount you pay for labour will depend on their level of experience as well as the scope of your project. Typically, kitchen remodeling experts charge anything from $45 to $100 per hour. The plumbers and electricians may charge higher than $100 depending on the complexity of the work that needs to be carried out.
When you hire a contractor that offers an all exclusive service, you don’t have to worry about the employee’s pace. You will be paying a standard fee for all labour costs which is a good approach to take if you are planning a complete kitchen renovation project. This is a cost-effective way to get the work done by highly experienced and skilled contractors. Contractors who offer full turnkey kitchen renovation services also get you the best supplies at the cheapest price because they have agreements and discounts with most local suppliers.
You should budget for between $12,000 and $40,000 for a complete kitchen renovation in Toronto.. This cost will vary depending on the size of the kitchen, the materials you install as well as your choice of contractor.