IKEA® Kitchen Cabinet Installation Cost
According to IKEA®, basic installation services by service provider starting from $99 – to $158 per cabinet. The fees not include: demolition, sizing, island construction, preparation of walls, ceilings, soffits, electrical, plumbing, painting, back-splash, debris disposal, removal, dismantle of old kitchen and more!
Is an additional service provided by the installation service provider that includes a project manager who will coordinate all services for your home renovation. The fee is in addition to any installation service. All total project management services will be priced and coordinated for you by your IKEA® service provider.
Sizing: Modifications to standard IKEA® kitchen cabinets or customized cabinet constructions
Custom Features: Island and/or bar construction, stabilization and installation
Demolition: Demolition of walls, floors, ceilings and soffits
Prep: Preparation of walls, ceilings and floors for finishes and cabinets
Electrical: Rough and finished electrical work to include lighting and appliance hook up, etc.
Plumbing: Rough and finished plumbing work to include HVAC, sinks and faucets, appliance hook ups, etc.
Flooring: Supplying and/or installing finish flooring
Walls & Ceilings: Supplying and/or installing finish walls and ceiling
Painting: Prepping and painting walls to finish colours of your choice
Backsplash: Installation of backsplash finish and/or backsplash systems
Debris disposal: Removal of construction and demolition debris
Removal: Removal, recycling and/or disposing of IKEA® packaging, non-IKEA® packaging
Distant travel: Beyond the designated regular installation of service area of your IKEA store
Step Up: Installation on the 2nd floor or any higher floor
Non-IKEA products: Placing and installing appliances, sinks and faucets not from IKEA®
Permits & Fees: Building permits and/or additional insurance certificates (applies to selected local municipalities only)
On-site evaluation for utility work: On-site evaluation for complicated electrical, plumbing or HVAC work
Dismantle/removal of old kitchen: Disassembling existing kitchen cabinets, countertop, sink, unhooking faucet and appliances. Moving, recycling or disposing of existing appliances.