Kitchen Remodeling Houston

About our Kitchen Remodeling Services

Texas Building & Remodeling (dba TBR Construction) offers a wide range of kitchen remodeling services. We value communication with our clients and are known as one of the highest verified homeowner satisfaction rated contractors throughout our service area.

Why is kitchen remodeling important?

The kitchen is known as the heart of the home. It is where we cook, eat and entertain. An updated kitchen is one of the most useful spaces in a home, and the best way to increase a home’s value.

How we can help you with your kitchen remodeling?

We need to understand the goals for your kitchen remodel. This information allows our design team deliver a project closest to your goals and budget. For example, consider the functional features you need: a pantry, a large island, or a custom layout to meet specific needs. 


Do you want extra shelves for storage or decorative items? Perhaps you want cabinets constructed a bit deeper to accommodate appliances. Consider your family’s needs over the next few years. All of these considerations are essential to a successful end product.


What solutions do we offer?

TBR Construction offers kitchen remodeling services for all kinds of kitchens, from small spaces to large; a kitchen that allows you to cook, entertain, and whatever best fits your lifestyle. Unique features like decorative islands, built-in vent hoods, pull-out spice racks, and custom pantries can transform an ordinary kitchen into something truly special. Our clients are awarded a professional, enjoyable, on-time, and within budget experience.



Tips to Streamline Your Kitchen Remodeling Project

A beautiful, updated kitchen sets the tone for the entire house. Homeowners invest a great deal in upgrades as the kitchen is one of the most valuable and useful spaces – and the best way to increase a home’s resale value.


Every remodeling project has its own specs and may need extra steps, however, we have set five basic steps for kitchen remodeling that will assist in a better experience throughout the process.

1. Recognize your Needs

Think about what you don’t like about your current kitchen, and  what you would like to accomplish with your remodel. What are  your needs? Wants? Ask your contractor if they offer an  evaluation worksheet to share with you.

2. Set a Budget

Pricing for kitchen remodeling runs a wide range depending on  the size, style, material, hardware, finishes, fixtures, space  reconfiguration, etc.of the project. It is important to know how  much you want to invest and what funds you have for your  project. If you plan to obtain a loan, talk to a loan officer to  determine the best options.

Check the average cost of kitchen remodeling in your area at Texas Building and Remodeling (TBR) offers a design-build process to help clients achieve their budget once an acceptable range is determined.  

3. Hire a Professional

Once you have determined the scope of your project, it is time to hire a professional remodeling contractor. You want to work with someone you can trust to do the work right – the FIRST time. 

You can find information about a contractor’s reputation from  social media, references, awards, and the time they have been in the remodeling business. It is important to find remodeling  contractors who belong to professional organizations such as  the Greater Houston Builders Association (GHBA).

4. The Design Phase

After clarifying your ideas and budget, it is time to start the  design phase. Some homeowners assume they can skip this step with small projects, however, finalizing the fixtures, materials,  and finishes is a significant part of the design process. In major  kitchen remodeling, the design phase may also involve  architectural and structural input from professional consultants.  Another benefit of the design phase is to eliminate mistakes and potential delays. The evaluation worksheet will come in handy in  this phase.

Resources such as Houzz, Pinterest and remodeling publications are helpful in selecting images of kitchen designs you prefer.  Your design ideas can range from photos of full kitchens to details such as cabinet door styles, accessories, and flooring.
The more information you compile to illustrate your desired  kitchen, the easier it will be for the remodeling professional to  deliver that design.

5. The Construction Phase

After the design phase, it is time to calculate your project’s exact cost and make plans to begin the construction. Many  homeowners prefer to move out of the home during major kitchen remodeling due to lack of access to the kitchen,  however, this is by no means a requirement. Communication is  important, as your remodeler’s schedule will help you handle the temporary inconvenience. 

Kitchen Worksheet

Kitchen Worksheet

This questionnaire designed to help TBR clients to share their needs on the kitchen remodeling with design team.
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Kitchen Remodeling Process

  • Make a list of your needs
  • Determine affordability
  • Find out a bout your mortgage loan if applicable
  • Discover personalize features
  • It is time to sign the contract with us
  • Proceed your loan
  • Start Design
  • We start with conceptual design, check your request feasibility, 
  • Review options with owner 
  • Start schematic design,  selections, preliminary pricing
  • Selections
  • Finalize design, sections
  • It is time for us to provide construction budget phase 
  • Finalize your mortgage
  • We will process permitting
  • Demo 
  • We start ordering materials for farming



  • Framing installation (If applicable)


  • Plumbing rough-in
  • Fire sprinkler system rough-in (if applicable)
  • HVAC rough-in (if applicable)
  • Electrical rough-in
  • Low voltage rough-in
  • Order finish materials

Sheetrock/ Interior

  • Install insulation
  • Dry wall
  • Start tape and float
  • Apply primer
  • Complete tape & float 


 Tile Installation

  • Start tile installation


  • install cabinets
  • Finish tile Work and countertop fabrication
  • Install Sinks
  • Start install plumbing fixture


  • Complete first coat of paint
  • Start flooring installation

Trim out

  • Trim out all electrical, plumbing and HVAC
  • Quality inspection  
  • Get final walk thru signed 
  • Obtain final permits
  • Mortgage inspections if applicable
  • Final cleaning and touch ups
  • It is time to move-in

Other Remodeling Services

Whole Home Remodeling

Home Addition

Kitchen Remodeling

Bathroom Remodeling

Closet Remodeling