Has your restaurant kitchen seen better days? If your linoleum is starting to peel up or the fryer is a model from the 1980’s, it may be time for an upgrade. However, you may have concerns regarding how much remodeling your commercial kitchen will cost or how long the construction will take.

We understand that you cannot shut down your business indefinitely for renovations. Division 9 Commercial Construction is available to get you the most competitive price on your kitchen renovations.

Components of a Commercial Kitchen Remodel

A full commercial kitchen remodel may update the following areas in the kitchen:

  • Appliances
  • Food storage areas
  • Countertops
  • Kitchen sinks and exhaust canopies
  • Lighting
  • Flooring
  • New or re-painted drywall

The scope of your kitchen remodel is completely customizable. Division 9 Commercial Construction can remodel as much or as little of your commercial kitchen as you need. We are skilled at quickly renovating your commercial kitchen to keep downtime to a minimum. A kitchen remodel may be completed in as few as 2 weeks or take as long as 6 months. A full remodel may require extensive construction which would extend the remodel time. However, most kitchen remodels will not keep your kitchen out of commission for too long. Our contractors will make your job a priority and get you back to business in no time at all.

Average Cost of Remodeling a Commercial Kitchen

Remodeling your commercial kitchen does not have to cost an arm and a leg. Division 9 Commercial Construction will ensure that you are paying fair market price for your construction materials. When working on a commercial kitchen remodel, the most expensive step will be installing stainless steel appliances and kitchenware. In a commercial kitchen, countertops, sinks, tables, backsplashes, and exhaust canopies are made from stainless steel for ease of cleaning. New appliances, such as ovens, fryers, or walk-in coolers, will also be made from stainless steel for sanitary purposes.

Commercial appliances often come with a large price tag to compensate for the wear and tear they will be put through. Portion at least half of your commercial kitchen remodel budget on new appliances and stainless-steel kitchenware.  The remaining cost of your remodel will go towards labor fees, and other miscellaneous kitchen products, such as flooring or drywall. For business owners considering a major kitchen remodel, you may also need to move electric hookups or water lines. This would be an additional expense factored into your commercial kitchen remodel quote.

Contact Us for a Quote

Kitchen remodels can greatly increase the efficiency of your commercial kitchen. If you are considering remodeling your kitchen, call Division 9 Commercial Construction at 800-991-4121. One of our licensed contractors can provide you with a competitive quote for your kitchen construction.