For most people, starting a kitchen remodel in the spring is the logical first choice. It’s a season of spring cleaning, gardening, home improvements, and fresh starts, so it would only make sense to get started on a larger project around this time, too. Additionally, spring usually provides some of the most temperate and moderate weather of the year, and a spring start time should also allow you to wrap up the project before temperatures reach their peak in July or early August. If you have kids in the house, this timeline can also be helpful as it ensures you’ll be free to meet with contractors and get started on projects while the kids are in school during the day.
As a bonus, starting renovations in spring ensures you won’t have to deal with a gutted kitchen during major holidays, like Thanksgiving or Christmas. It is, however, likely that you’ll run into some issues around Easter if you celebrate, but that gives you the perfect excuse to take the festivities outside or head over to a family member’s place.