Kitchen cabinet installation
The more cabinets you choose to install, the longer the project will take. This raises labor costs.
Dismantling and disposing of your existing cabinetry varies in cost by the size of the project and by the hours needed to complete the task.
Cabinet installations are priced by the amount of cabinet boxes.
The cost of installing trim and moulding depends on the amount of layers and level of detail required.
Installation prices vary by location within the USA. Ask your service provider for regionally specific estimates.
Certain cabinet installations require additional renovations to the kitchen structure, like the removal of walls or relocation of plumbing and electrical. These changes require extra time and labor, which can raise the overall cost.
In some instances, you must also acquire the appropriate permits for plumbing and electrical elements. At The Home Depot, our trusted professionals handle the entire installation process, including all aspects of kitchen preparation, permit acquisitions, removal of existing fixtures, setting the cabinets and the plumbing and electrical work.
Note: If structural remodeling is required, additional engineering and architectural fees may apply. Speak to a Home Depot representative for more information on structural remodeling costs and to see if this service is available in your area.
For top-quality materials and cabinet installations you can trust, schedule an appointment with The Home Depot. Your service begins with a free in-store design consultation and we help every step of the way to ensure you love your new kitchen cabinets. After making your selections, we will place the order for your cabinets and installation will begin shortly after your product is delivered. Our installers have been fully vetted and background checked and they arrive wearing a Home Depot badge so you know exactly who is entering your home.
The Home Depot provides best-in-class warranties on both labor and materials, guaranteeing full satisfaction with your kitchen cabinet installation. If you need additional work done, visit our kitchen remodel cost guide to learn more about coordinating countertops, flooring, lighting, and appliances.