Reasons to Remodel

Reasons to Remodel

Remodeling allows you to customize your home to meet your needs and desires without building a new home or moving and giving up a familiar neighborhood and schools. More than ever, now is the time.

1Homes need regular maintenance and repair to stay in top condition. Simple things such as repairing siding to eliminate drafts or repairing the roof to stop a leak can drastically improve your home’s performance.

2 Smart remodeling protects your greatest investment –- your home. Some of the best value-adding remodels include replacing siding or adding a small bath.

3 Modernizing makes your home more beautiful, comfortable and functional. Consider replacing cabinets, installing new light fixtures, painting rooms, or upgrading to new appliances.

4Energy-efficient homes save money. Remodels that improve home energy and water efficiency reduce bills. And installing long-life products will save on future replacement expenses.

5Attractive exteriors improve the curb appeal of your home. New siding, fresh paint, clean gutters, neat landscaping, and an intact roof improve the first impression of your home, increasing home value and sales potential.

6Outdoor living spaces expand your home for entertaining. Join the popular trend of outdoor entertaining by adding a deck, patio, or porch to your home.

7Kitchen remodels enhance functionality. The best remodelers use good design to make your kitchen work better. From defined work areas to new cabinets and appliances, don’t wait to have the best kitchen for your budget!

8Bathroom remodels improve comfort and add home value. Create the refuge you need at the end of a busy day by replacing cabinets, installing a new sink or tub, or simply improving bathroom lighting. If you add a bathroom, your home value could increase by 20 percent.

9Aging-in-place or universal design remodels increase home accessibility for years to come. Hiring a Certified Aging-In-Place Specialist (CAPS) remodeler to make your home accessible, regardless of age or disability.

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