There really is no straight answer to this question. When remodeling a kitchen or a bathroom, there are many factors to consider. First, let’s put this out there…no two kitchen or bathroom remodeling projects are the same, so the price will not be the same. Let’s think about this logically. You may have the same the same layout in your kitchen or bathroom as another home owner, but your wants and needs will be different. That means your selections for flooring, countertops, cabinets, etc. will be different. The levels of quality you want for your kitchen or bathroom, will be different. This is what makes the price different. Once you grasp that concept, you will let go of comparing your price to other people’s prices.
What should be most important to you is the contractor you are choosing to work with. The reality of kitchen and bathroom remodeling is that most contractors can all provide you with the same products. But not all contractors are the same. That means you need to trust the person who will be remodeling your kitchen or bathroom to not only provide a fair price, but do great work and most importantly be there for you after the job is complete. To illustrate my point to how important trust is over price, read this message board on Yahoo: https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20100628092428AAHc8xi.
Price is always a concern when thinking about remodeling your kitchen or bathroom. So, to give you an idea what a kitchen or bathroom remodeling project would cost, we highly recommend you look at the Cost vs. Value Report from Remodeling magazine at http://www.remodeling.hw.net/cost-vs-value/2016/. This report gives an average cost per a specific job in your region. It is simply a baseline for cost. Remember, your actual cost can be more or less. It all depends on what you want to have done in your kitchen or bathroom.