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Why book a kitchen renovator through Airtasker?

Most families outgrow their kitchen or need a kitchen update every 10-15 years. So if your kitchen is feeling a little old, tired, or cramped it might be time for a kitchen renovation. A professional kitchen renovator will get your renovation done faster and to a higher standard, and might even save you money. They’ll get the job done and manage all the details so you don’t get stuck with a half-finished kitchen in between juggling work, kids, and life.

Booking your kitchen renovation through Airtasker gives you access to thousands of qualified local tradespeople within your budget. You can find an experienced kitchen renovator to manage the entire job from planning to finishes, or a tradie who’ll work step in with the tasks you need help with most.

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Top Kitchen Renovation related questions

Should I hire a professional kitchen renovator or DIY my kitchen renovation?

Hiring a professional kitchen renovator is a great way to save time, avoid injury, and get the most professional finish. And even the handiest DIYer will need professional support from plumbers and electricians at some point during their kitchen renovation. 

How can I prepare for a kitchen renovation?

Firstly, thoroughly research on the style, colours, and layout of the kitchen you want, then plan your budget accordingly. You’ll need to prepare for life without a kitchen during your renovation, so set aside storage space and invest in an electric frypan and prepare for at least a month of noise and dust. 

What are the steps in a kitchen renovation?

1. Choose your design and materials, and set your budget

2. Demolish the parts of your existing kitchen that will be replaced

3. Update plumbing and electricals if needed

4. Install lighting and appliances

5. Install plaster

6. Paint the walls

7. Install cabinets and benchtops

8. Install splashbacks

9. Install hardware, tapware, and appliances

How long does it take to renovate a kitchen?

Usually, a full renovation can take anywhere from 4-8 weeks after you’ve confirmed your design.

How much does a kitchen renovation usually cost?

The cost of a kitchen renovation is $17,000 on average, with most mid-range kitchens costing $20,000-$45,000. The cost of materials, complexity of the job, and your location are all major factors in deciding how much you’ll pay for your kitchen renovation. 

Do I need a specialist licence for kitchen renovation?

For certain types of tasks, you may need to enquire as to what specialist licenses may be required to undertake your task as this can vary. Please make sure that you confirm that a Tasker has the relevant kitchen renovation licence and insurance before accepting an offer.

What does a kitchen renovation include?

Every kitchen renovation project starts with planning and design - making sure you know what elements you want to change, remove, and update, and how much it’ll likely cost. Because you may not need to do a complete gut and rebuild. If some parts are still in good condition and fit with the new design, you may be able to keep them as-is and save your budget for other features. After planning your reno (and relocating all the food and crockery), the next steps will depend on what you’ve included in your plans:

Demolishing your existing kitchen

Usually, the first step your kitchen renovator will take is to rid of your existing kitchen or any parts in it that you won’t be keeping. They’ll start by removing the existing cabinet doors and cabinet bases, followed by doorway and window trims. Then they’ll shut your power off and remove built-in appliances and light fixtures. If you’re replacing the wall panels and flooring, they’ll be removed last. You’ll need to safely store anything you want to salvage and you may need to organise rubbish removal to clear your space for the installation.

Installing new appliances

Once you’ve bought your new appliances, such as ovens, stovetops, fans, and lights, they’ll usually need to be installed by a qualified electrician. They’ll start by turning off the power, water, and gas. Then they’ll install your new appliance, check that it is safe, secure, and level, and then test that it’s working properly. Once your appliance installer is done, they’ll turn the power back on.

Installing cabinets 

Cabinets are the centrepiece of your kitchen, so it’s worth investing in a professional installation. Usually a cabinet maker, carpenter, or cabinet installer will review your kitchen layout, check that they’ve got all the right pieces, and then start assembling your cabinets. They’ll secure each cabinet to the one next to it, as well as the walls. They’ll use a spirit level to check that each cabinet is plumb and level, so they’re ready for the benchtops, crown moulding, and scribe moulding. 

Installing new countertops

Once your cabinets are in place, your kitchen renovator can collaborate with a benchtop installer to add your new countertop. Depending on your kitchen layout, you may be able to purchase an off-the-shelf kitchen benchtop. Otherwise, you’ll need to customise an existing benchtop or commission a custom one to fit your space. Countertop installation involves mounting the countertop to your cabinets and walls, before securing it in place with glue, screws, and brackets. Finally, your countertop installer will seal any edges and clear up any waste. 

Installing new flooring

When installing new kitchen flooring, most people choose easy to clean, hardwearing options, such as tiles, slate, or linoleum. Once your existing flooring is removed, your flooring contractor will clear dust and debris from the area. If they notice any height or level issues with the floor, your kitchen renovator may attempt to level your flooring out, then prepare the surface with soundproofing, moisture barriers, and underlay. Your floor installer will use adhesives (like glue or cement) to secure your new flooring down. Once all the flooring is installed, they’ll check again to ensure everything is level and all edges are sealed, before installing mouldings and finishings so there’s no gaps between your flooring and cabinetry.

Recent Kitchen Renovation tasks

Kitchen Renovation


St Pancras, Greater London

28th Jan 2019

Hello, RE: Complete Kitchen Refurbishment I want a brand new kitchen, and I'm currently searching for a desired kitchen installer. I have decided to go with B&Q's made to measure range, which includes cabinets and work tops, plus their filer extractor fan, sink, tap, flooring and wall tiles, and I'm looking for the job to be completed ideally within the next 4 weeks or so (preferred start date w/c 18th Feb 2019- if available/ possible). I currently live in the Camden Town (nearest stations Mornington Crescent or Kings Cross dependent on your travel route), in a 4th floor flat with an accessible lift and visitors parking is also available. Preferred working days and hours= Monday- Friday only, between the hours of 9:00am-17:00pm. If it's possible for me to get a quote for the following: 1. Removal of current work tops and cabinets 2. Instillation of new work tops, cabinets plus sink and single tap 3.Filter Extractor Instillation (over cooker) 4. Removal of current wall tiles and instillation of new wall tiles plus floor tiles (there's a possibility this service might not be needed- will advise accordingly) I have attached some images which include kitchen measurement, current kitchen design/ layout and new B&Q design (please note layout will stay the same). I have tried to include as much information as possible, but if you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact me back. I look forward to your reply. Many Thanks, Harmony

Small kitchen renovations


Charing Cross, Greater London

3rd Apr 2019

[. Removal of old tiles (small area) and replace 2. Change a kitchen counter/sink & tap 3. Painting of doors 4. Installing 3 lamps