Build upon what you already have
|REMODELING , in general, is a smart choice if your property is part of the aging housing stock, much of which was built during construction booms in the 1950s and 1970s. Homeowners often remodel older homes out of structural or functional necessity. Many also choose to make additions rather than buy a new home. Either way, once you decide to remodel, many unexpected possibilities reveal themselves. Finding all of those possibilities is the Designer’s primary role.
REMODELS may simply address aesthetic changes to a home, such as replacing appliances, flooring, cabinetry and countertops. Kitchens and bathrooms are the most frequently updated rooms because they are the most likely to look worn or outdated. Even small projects like these can yield big rewards by small thoughtful changes to work flow and traffic patterns. Just moving a door can make all the difference. Paying attention to the details is the key. This takes experience and training.
ADDITIONS create new space for living. A welcome change for anyone. But what type of addition makes the most sense? If you are a growing family, a Family Room is the natural choice. If offers lots of room for the kids to play within your watchful eye. When the kids are teenagers, you’ll be longing for a little space of your own. A Master Suite will give you that private adult space of your own with quality of life features such as a Jacuzzi. With a little insight and study, most any desire can be met or exceeded.