These are the two rooms that can increase the value of your house the most when you renovate. And let’s face it, you spend a lot of time in them, so why not make them more organized, efficient and attractive?
For example, you can expand the footprint of your bathroom to add a vanity with two sinks, or open up a wall between the kitchen and dining room for a more modern “Great Room” feel. The options for kitchen renovations and bathroom makeovers are almost endless. That’s why it’s best to work with a professional remodeler who can listen to your needs, offer options based on your budget, and give you the results that meet the highest standards in the industry.
Create a Home Office
Whether you work from home, run a business, or just need a dedicated space to pay bills, a home office can be a great productivity booster. Our remodeling contractors can help you convert an unused room or even create a new room by adding or removing walls.
Add a Utility Room or Mudroom
An all-purpose room can be added to your house or “borrowed” from part of the garage or basement. An attractive mudroom is ideal for taking off muddy shoes (or drying off a wet dog), and depositing school or office stuff. It can include a bench to sit on while you pull off your boots, hooks to hang raincoats and sports gear, and even a compact washer and dryer so dirty sports uniforms can go right into the laundry.
Whole Home Remodels and Additions
A total renovation of your home is a big step. But if well done, it can mean incredible satisfaction for the homeowner and a huge jump in value for the house. This often involves adding several new rooms. A whole house renovation can even extend into the existing space to reconfigure rooms and improve storage and accessibility. It can give your old house a new look and feel that is consistent and reflective of your personal style.