Since your project will be unique to you and your home, you should break down your budget based on the features and alterations you desire.
Standard Appliances – Often are those that lack additional features and often do not last as long as higher-end options. However, things such as a microwave or garbage disposal do the job and will fit most layouts. Average cost: $200 to $1000.
Energy Star-rated Appliances – Are certified as energy-efficient. Although they often cost more upfront, homeowners benefit from lower utility bills, longer lifespans, and many states offer residential rebates and incentives to help make your home more resourceful. Look for this certification when purchasing your dishwasher, freezer, fridge, and even lights. Average cost: $300 to $3,000.
High-end Appliances – Often yield a similar lifespan to Energy Star appliances. However, they tend to offer additional features, such as Bluetooth connectivity, sensors, etc. Average cost: $1,000 to $5,000+.
Custom Appliances – Custom appliances are built-in to your kitchen space will be the most expensive. Although they take of less floor space, which is attractive to many homeowners, they may require structural changes. Average cost: $1,500 to $10,000+.
Installing new appliances costs between $100 to $300 per appliance on average. By installing higher quality appliances, you can instantly improve your home's value. If you’ve been thinking of keeping your older appliances, keep in mind that most kitchen appliances only last 10-12 years and can cost $250-$500 to repair; and you might end up saving more money by replacing them with warrantied, newer models now. Newer stainless-steel appliances are smudge free, and there are many options available