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Sometimes our clients find just the right location for their new home, but the house itself is just a bit too dated or deteriorated to provide a new owner with the quality of life they are looking for. In these instances, a whole-home remodel should be considered. Our team can revise the floor plan, add windows to capture light and views, and install all the finishes to make your new house the home you want it to be.
Benefits of Whole-Home Remodeling
Improved Layout & Function
Many older homes had a floor plan that is inconsistent with how most of us want our homes to be laid out. We can move interior and exterior walls to open up the floor plan for a more spacious layout, or cut in new windows and doors to improve the connection from the indoors to the outdoors. Often a whole home remodel will include a new kitchen, deck, mudroom or bedroom/bathroom plan. Our Planning Process is a helpful tool to make sure you’re getting the most out of your investment and that we are able to achieve the goals of the project.
Improved Energy Efficiency
Customized to Your Budget
Planning Your Whole-Home Remodel
First step to take when planning your whole-home remodel is to evaluate your existing space and begin considering the features that will be most important to you. Are you looking to simply make some aesthetic and fixture changes or are you looking for a complete renovation of multiple rooms and spaces? What is your overall budget? What type of materials to select?
We can help you answer these important questions and provide you with the guidance needed to make sure your project is successful.