5 Kitchen Upgrades to Help Increase Your Home’s Value

5 Kitchen Upgrades to Help Increase Your Home’s Value

If you’re considering investing in home renovations, there are probably a few questions going through your mind…

“How long will it take?”

“How much will it cost?”

“Will it help increase my home’s value?”

The answer to all of these questions ultimately depends on what type of renovation you choose to do. As experts in design remodeling services, we believe that upgrading your kitchen is one of the best ways to increase your home’s value. 

Why are kitchen upgrades valuable?

It’s been said that the kitchen is the heart of the home, and for good reason. Kitchens are high-traffic rooms, used for everything from the obvious, like making dinner, to other special family moments, like working on homework, laughing during late-night talks, and hosting guests. 

According to an article from Forbes, “Kitchens will give you one of the biggest returns on your investment.” The article goes on to say that even simple updates can make a significant impact on your home’s value.

Experts at HGTV agree, saying, “Ask any real estate expert what the No. 1 upgrade with the greatest return is, and the answer will be the kitchen.” 

So, how can you decide which kitchen upgrades will be worth your time and money? Start by thinking about what will provide the most value to you and your family. Then, narrow down your projects by reviewing the following list of upgrades that can help increase your home’s value. 

Areas of your kitchen you should consider updating

Here’s a closer look at some of the most valuable kitchen renovations you can to in your home. 

Floor plan

Open floor plans are becoming increasingly popular because they give your home a warm, open, and inviting vibe. Millennials, in particular, look for open concepts when house hunting. Additionally, opening up your kitchen allows you to choose from more customization options, like adding a kitchen island to your space. 

Countertops

Updating your countertops can give your whole kitchen a refreshed look, but it can be hard to know which type of counters are best for your needs. At Gehman Design Remodeling, we offer the following countertop options: 

  • Quartz
  • Granite
  • Laminate
  • Concrete
  • Solid-surfacing

Our remodeling experts on staff can walk you through the differences of each type and help you determine what you should choose. 

Floors

The most valuable upgrade you can do to your floors is to install or refinish hardwood floors. Why are hardwood floors a smart upgrade? Homelight, a real estate referral company, explains, “The NAR’s (National Association of Realtors) 2017 Remodeling Impact Report projects that homes with existing hardwood floors will likely see a 100% return as the average $3,000 cost to refurbish them adds $3,000 in value.”

The Homelight article continues, “Installing wood flooring pays off almost as well, with a 91% return. Wood flooring installations that cost $5,500 are projected to add around $5,000 to the home value. However, these estimates vary depending upon the type of wood flooring you install.”

Appliances

If you’ve ever seen a house with pink appliances from the 1970s, you know that old appliances can make your whole house look outdated. When upgrading your appliances, be sure to look for energy-efficient models, which can help lower your energy use, and in turn, your monthly utility bill. You may also consider “commercial look” appliances which will give your home the look of a beautiful, high-end commercial kitchen, in a size that fits your space. 

Cabinets

Cabinets are one of the first things someone sees when they walk into your kitchen. What kind of impression are your cabinets making? Whether you only want to upgrade the look of your cabinets, or you want to reconfigure them to maximize your storage space, we recommend installing all-wood cabinets in your home. 

At Gehman Design Remodeling, we offer a variety of styles, colors, finishes, and hardware so your cabinets will perfectly fit your aesthetic. 

What is the average ROI of a kitchen remodel?

So, how much value can you expect to get back after investing in kitchen renovations? It depends on the project, but a minor kitchen remodel can recoup an average of 81% of its cost. However, it’s important to remember that all renovations are not weighted equally. 

Minor kitchen renovations have a higher ROI than luxury upgrades since they are more appealing to the masses. So, unless you want stone countertops or commercial-grade appliances for your own use, you can skip them during your renovation since they won’t add much to your home’s overall value. 

What NOT to do when renovating your kitchen

Now that you have a better idea of which kitchen upgrades are worth your time and money, here are a few things you should avoid. 

Non-neutral paint colors

Skip the bright colors in favor of shades of beige or gray, which will appeal to more people when you go to sell your home. If you really can’t live without a bright green wall, just be sure to paint it a more neutral color before putting your house on the market. 

Wallpaper

Similarly, wallpaper can be a polarizing design choice. It can also be difficult to remove, so it’s best to avoid it altogether during the design phase of your remodel. 

Luxury kitchen renovations

Like we mentioned above, luxury upgrades don’t always have a high ROI. For example, a brick pizza oven could be cool to have in your house if you’re a chef or a pizza connoisseur, but the average person doesn’t gain many benefits from having one in their home. 

You’ll need to find the balance of upgrading your home with features you genuinely want and will use with features that will also appeal to a large number of people once you decide to sell. 

Get a free estimate today

Ready to get started on your kitchen upgrades? Contact Gehman Design Remodeling today to set up a free, no-obligation consultation. Or, check out our kitchen design portfolio to get a better idea of the work we’ve done in the past and how we can help you with your project. 

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As a company that’s been around for nearly 30 years, you can trust that if you come to us with an idea for your home, we’ll get it done with the highest level of customer service every step of the way. We can’t wait to help you bring your kitchen dreams to reality. 

5 Reasons Why Gehman Design Remodeling is the Only Home Addition Contractor you Need

Since 1990, Gehman Design Remodeling has focused on unique spaces and exceptional service. We believe in the importance of quality work that meets the individual budget and needs of our clients. With nearly 30 years of experience to offer, we have a wealth of knowledge in remodeling each room in your home, as well as building additions onto existing homes. Maybe you have always wanted a sunroom, or maybe your living room is becoming too small for your growing family and you want to add on. No matter what your needs are, our goal is to be there for you every step of the way, and that is why we are the only home addition contractor you need. Below are 5 reasons why you don’t need to go anywhere else.

1. Our Experience

Over the years, our company has successfully completed many types of home additions. We began as a small company, but have grown immensely and now employ dozens of qualified professionals. Our team of home addition builders is comprised of residential designers, certified re-modelers, certified kitchen and bath re-modelers, certified green professionals, certified aging in place specialists, and project developers. Each individual at our company is motivated by providing our clients with the best experience possible. While many companies strive to be the winner of the most awards, have the lowest cost, or become the largest, we strive to provide our clients with the best service. We believe this is what truly sets us apart. Over the years, we have created many types of additions. From mud-rooms to laundry rooms, to kitchens, bathrooms, bedrooms and home offices, our team is experienced and skilled in this area of expertise. We take time to ensure that your addition blends well with your existing home so that it looks like the room was never added.

2. Exceptional Service

Building a home addition should be an exciting experience. Each and every client has a vision and a budget that are unique. Our goal is to design with our clients, rather than for them. Our remodeling process begins with a free in-home consultation with one of our remodeling consultants. During this process, we will listen closely to your needs and discuss the vision you have for your new addition. This is a great time for our clients to ask questions and get to know us as a company so they know exactly what to expect. After gathering information from this meeting, our team will invite you to our showroom. Here we can give you an idea of the costs you can expect, and start working on an overall plan. Our clients can get started on this process by simply giving us a call, or stopping by our showroom for a personal consultation.

3. Our Design Process

Our design process is another aspect that has made us stand out to our clients. We utilize innovative 3D design software to provide you with a representation of the project. This allows you to have a realistic idea of what the finished product will look like, and also helps you select materials, finishes and colors that best fit your style and budget. During the project, we strive to keep our clients informed every step of the way. Before beginning the project, we will assign a Project Manager to oversee the entire process. Each work day, this individual will be on-site overseeing the work and answering any questions you have. This is how we achieve high quality craftsmanship in each project we complete. Having a Project Manager on-site helps us build trust with our clients and gives them access to someone from our company any time they have a question or concerns.

4. High Quality Work

Many contractors leave their clients with dirt, muddy footprints and construction dust when a job is done. Our home addition builders do their very best to keep this to a minimum. As your contractor, we will respect your home and your belongings. During the project, your Project Manager will keep you informed each step of the way. This will help to avoid the many things that can come as a surprise to clients when they are not kept in the loop. We will also work one-on-one with you to ensure that our professionals respect your schedule and provide you with a seamless experience.

5. We treat our clients like family

As your Home Addition Contractor, we believe it is our responsibility to be there for you from the start of the project, and beyond completion. At the beginning of the project, we will listen and offer suggestions that meet your budget and plan for your home. Our relationship does not end when your project is completed. Our first priority is to make sure you are completely satisfied. We provide each of our clients with a warranty. The warranty is five years on our workmanship, and ten years on structural items. We will keep in touch with you in the following months and years and promptly lend a helping hand if a problem arises. We also want you to feel comfortable contacting us if any issues arise, or if you have any questions about your new addition. It is the high quality work, and strong relationships with our clients that has lead us to be so successful over the years.

If you have plans of adding an addition to your home, or if you’ve just considered it, we would love to chat with you! The spaces we design represent each of our clients unique style, and we would love to showcase yours! Visit our website; www.gehmanremodeling.com to view some of the work we have completed, and see for yourself why we are the only home additions contractor you need. Our showroom is located in a mid-19th century renovated barn in Harleysville, PA. We would love to sit down and help you reach the goals you have for your home.

Designing the Perfect Bathroom

Renovating or starting from scratch and building a new bathroom is no minor task! There are a lot of things you’ll want to take into consideration when heading out to design the perfect bathroom for you; From selecting surface materials, fixtures, cabinetry, and deciding on what plumbing and electrical needs your chosen design will require. It’s important that you create a detailed plan and take into consideration how your specific family will use the bathroom, based on their needs before setting out and remodeling your bathroom.

To help you with planning out and designing the perfect bathroom for you and your family, this guide was put together with some tips and suggestions on what works best for the majority of people when designing the best bathroom for them. Contact Gehman Design Remodeling To Learn More!

Where To Begin?

When in just setting out to design the perfect bathroom for you and your family, the first thing you should do is create a wish list of all things you would like in your bathroom, and what you want to get out the limited space you may have. Consider doing some online research beforehand in order to see what new bathroom fixtures and features are available. You might find that there are some new products available that wouldn’t have even crossed your mind if you hadn’t looked first!

After getting a rough idea of what’s available, heading out to a showroom is a good idea so you can get a good look at the different bathroom design features in person. Being able to actually feel the furniture, ceramics, and tiling options available will help ensure you make the right choice for you.

Create A Detailed Plan

After making some decisions on what you want to include in your bathroom, you’ll want to come up with a detailed plan. The first step in this part of the process should be to draft a rough sketch of your chosen space and decide on where you’d like to place the different fixtures and bathroom amenities.

Consider that you’ll want to have ample space to get around your bathroom. A good rule of thumb is to allow at least 30 inches of space in front of the toilet and 40 inches in front of the bathtub or shower.

If you’re doing bathroom renovations or a bathroom redesign, you’ll need to factor in the current positioning of the plumbing in your home. If you don’t plan on redoing the plumbing as part of your bathroom redesign, then this may limit your choices on what bathtubs and shower stalls will work for you.

10 tips for designing a small bathroom

Choose Light Colors

When deciding on a color scheme for your bathroom, it’s best to stick with a lighter color palette. With so many built-in fixtures and features that typically come in lighter shades, it’s easiest to match these with lighter shades of greys, blues, and white. Lighter colors will also act to give your bathroom a feeling of openness, which is a huge plus when most bathrooms are on the smaller side.

Whether Or Not There Is Room For Two Sinks, Consider Going With A Single Sink

Consider sticking with one sink for your bathroom design, even if you think you can squeeze in a second. When one thinks counter space, they’re typically thinking about a kitchen, but having extra counter space in a bathroom is a big plus, and one that many don’t think about until it’s too late! Instead of having 2 sinks, opt for 1 larger sink and take advantage of the extra space with more usable counter space!

Consider Placing A Medicine Cabinet Above The Toilet

Instead of going with the standard built-in medicine cabinet above your bathroom sink, consider having it above the toilet instead. The traditional setup of built-in cabinetry and Johnny cabinet can end up making your bathroom feel smaller than it is, and it limits the wall space you have available to you that could be taken up with a nice big mirror instead! Where a medicine cabinet above the sink acts to make the bathroom feel more closed-in, a large mirror in its place will help open up the room and make it feel much more open. Typically, the space above a toilet is unused, wasted space anyways so it really is the perfect place for your medicine cabinet.

Utilize Mirrors In Order To Create An Open Feeling And Let Light Into All Areas Of The Room

As mentioned previously, a nice big mirror above your sink is a great way to spread the light around your bathroom and will give it the much-needed feeling of openness that a bathroom often lacks.

Consider Using Open Shelving Instead Of Closed Cabinetry

If you have room in your bathroom for storage, consider using open shelving instead of closed up cabinetry. Having a convenient spot for towels, toilet paper, and other bathroom essentials makes using the bathroom much more pleasant. With open shelving, you can have your nice towels visible and easily within reach, and leave the not so pleasant looking bathroom products, such as cleaning products, in the closed up spaces.

Consider Adding A Tub Ledge In Order To Increase Functional Space

If you’ve decided on putting a tub in your bathroom, consider also adding a tub ledge to your bathroom design. The addition of a tub ledge doesn’t really take up much extra space and ends up being especially convenient for keeping things like soaps and shampoos handy and also can be used as a place to sit! Since a tub ledge is typically quite below eye level, it doesn’t really detract from the openness of the room while adding some extra style and usefulness to the room.

Opt For A Standard-Width But Extra-Deep Tub

If you’ve decided on adding a tub to your bathroom, consider going with an extra-deep tub that is standard width. The extra depth is always nice for when you want to lay around and relax in the tub but doesn’t really take up any extra space.

Avoiding Breaking Up Your Bathroom By Using Glass Shower Walls

Consider a glass shower wall over plexiglass or standard wall for your shower. A glass shower wall will act to open up the bathroom even more and lets light get to other areas of the room that might have been left in the dark. Where a wall would end up breaking up what is usually already a small room into an even smaller feeling space, a glass shower wall will make the room much more open and pleasant to be in.

Extend Your Shower Wall Tiling All The Way To The Ceiling

If you’ve decided to go with tile for your shower walls, consider having them extend all the way up to the ceiling. Dividing your bathroom up horizontally can end up breaking up the bathroom, which makes it appear sectioned and smaller than it is. When you have your shower tiling go all the way up to the ceiling, the apparent height of the room is increased and it will distract you from how close the shower walls actually are to you.

Keep Your Color Palette And Design Choices Simple

When designing your bathroom and choosing a color palette, try to keep it simple. Going with only 2 or three different colors will make the cost much more affordable as you don’t have to buy so many different products and it will result in your bathroom feeling more pleasant while avoiding any over-crowded feelings.

Create A Calming Atmosphere Through Smart Design Choices

When designing the perfect bathroom, be sure you’re allowing each fixture and area enough space to be functional. If you decide you want a freestanding tub, but really don’t have space for it, trying to cram it in will likely result in it appearing out of place, and the look of your bathroom will not be so nice. Try to make your bathtub, vanity, or mirror the focal point of the bathroom upon entering, and avoid the toilet being the main attraction, in order to up the visual appeal.

Don’t Install A Bathtub If Your Family Doesn’t Take Baths!

These days, people tend to prefer a nice large shower staff as opposed to a large bathtub. It’s a common worry though when one starts designing their bathroom, that omitting a bathtub will detract from the resale value of the home. This isn’t usually the case any longer, and if you don’t think your family will be taking baths frequently then consider leaving it out of your bathroom design. A spacious and comfortable shower stall will be much more appreciated!

Wrapping Up

Remodeling your bathroom is an exciting home improvement project to undertake. Although bathroom renovations can be costly, making much-needed upgrades to your current bathroom, or starting a new with a completely new build can be a great way to add value to your home.

With so many options available for fixtures, furniture, color schemes, tiling, and flooring, coming to a decision on your final design can be overwhelming. After reading through this guide, designing the perfect bathroom for you and your family should come much easier. By following these tips and suggestion, you’ll end up with a bathroom that you and your family will love for many years to come.

How A New Kitchen Can Add Value To Your Home

As a homeowner, there are a number of decisions that you need to make when it comes to your home. This could mean things you want to upgrade because they are older and it’s time for a refresh. It could also mean doing a complete renovation because you want to increase the overall value of your home so you can prepare for a potential sell.

When you are looking at different ways to increase the value of your home, you want to look at the different parts of the home that are most often valued highly on the real estate market. For many, this means the kitchen which is one of the most occupied and trafficked parts of your home.

Adding value to your home should start with an upgraded kitchen as potential home buyers value it as one of the highest parts of the home. However, if you find yourself debating whether you should renovate your kitchen because of the costs, you should understand just how important the kitchen it is and how much value you can add if you remodel your kitchen.

The Initial Costs of a Kitchen Renovation

According to a new Cost vs. Value Report by Remodeling Magazine, the average cost in 2018 to renovate a 200-square-foot kitchen was around $64,000. This included new appliances, flooring, lighting, laminate countertops, sink and faucet, wood cabinets, and an island.

It could be much higher in terms of costs when the kitchen has a backsplash, granite countertops, and custom features. This could cost individuals upwards of $120,000. And a simple remodel could cost just over $21,000 for new appliances, cabinet and hardware updates, laminate countertops, and new floors.

Knowing how much you want to spend when you remodel your kitchen can help you budget correctly, but it also helps to know just how much value you could add to your home by having Gehman Design Remodeling help you.

Creating a Proper Budget with Kitchen Remodeling Contractors

Before you get started on the renovations, it’s helpful to come up with a checklist that you can use to determine what needs to be replaced, what can stay, and what is a priority in your kitchen. Perhaps some parts are more worn than others, these would jump towards the top of the priority list to replace as they can be problematic when determining the value of your home.

Here are a few things you can remember when remodeling your kitchen:

  • Hiring a kitchen design company can be a bit of your budget, but remember they are the experts and their opinions can help you get the most out of your renovations. This company can advise you on which materials work best in your area and how to find the deals on what you need to complete the remodel.
  • Keep your budget itemized and start with some of the items that you don’t want to have to replace very often. For instance, include the new appliances and cabinets if you’re going to replace them. These should be things that you plan on keeping for the duration of their life expectancy.
  • Don’t go above your budget in order to try and make your home the most expensive in your neighborhood. You don’t have to go above and beyond to add value. Speak with a professional who can give you an idea of what works best based on locality.
  • Keep a plan in your budget for some unexpected costs that you may encounter. You never know if you’re going to run into potential issues, so having a backup plan is highly recommended.

Once you have a solid budget in place, you can also look for potential parts of your kitchen where you can save money. This can include a number of things that you can do without additional costs, such as:

  • Choose backsplash that works: Backsplash is not an expensive accessory to add and it could do wonders in a kitchen. A good backsplash can turn a good kitchen into a great one.
  • Make sure your flooring works: You don’t want to go all out on the floors that are highly trafficked and may need replacing before you want to. Some materials are less expensive and still provide the modern and high-end look you desire.
  • Refurbish your appliances: If you can still get some good use out of your appliances and they’re simply fading a bit, give them a bit of life with some paint and love. You’d be surprised how a simple update can make your appliances stand out.
  • Don’t replace your cabinets: If they’re in good shape, consider a refinish or paint to help save some of your money. Maybe just give them a quick re-facing and get the new look you desire.

The Benefits of Remodeling or Renovating Your Kitchen

Home buyers are often the first to tell you that a kitchen could be one of the top three selling points when looking for a home. As such, the renovations you perform can ensure that you’re giving your home the added value you desire. In fact, 69% of home buyers said they would have paid more for a home if the appliances were new and 55% said they would have paid more had the countertops been granite.

Whether you plan on selling your home or not should not deter you from renovations to your home–especially to your kitchen. In fact, there’s even value for those who complete a remodel or renovation and stay in the home:

  • About 75% of homeowners reported having a greater sense to stay in their home after they have completed a remodeling project.
  • Roughly 77% of homeowners say they have a major sense of accomplishment once they have completed their project.
  • Nearly 65% of homeowners reported increased enjoyment in their own home after completing their remodel or renovations.

When you consider selling your home, you want to ensure that you are taking every step necessary to improve the overall value for your neighborhood. Having a great kitchen can do wonders for the amount you can recover, and if you’re able to find ways to budget and save, you can see a positive return on the amount you spend on your remodel.

Before you get started, you should speak with highly qualified kitchen remodeling contractors who can give you a good overview of what to expect when you remodel your kitchen. This includes an idea on what materials will work best for your home, what you can expect on costs and timeline, ways you can save in certain areas of your home, and how this project can add value to your home.

Our Montgomery County kitchen remodeling contractors are ready to help you. If you’ve been considering remodeling or renovating your home, we’re here to guide you throughout the entire process so you can make the best choices for you. We have a reputable history of providing the best service and making sure our community gets the solutions they need for all of their home and kitchen remodeling needs.

Contact us today to discuss your remodeling project.

Why You Should Only Trust Professionals When It Comes To Home Remodeling?

When you save money for years or take out a significant loan for remodeling your home, you want to make sure you get the best contractor in the area. A mediocre renovation will not do for your style, situation, or budget. To find the best home remodeling company, rigorous research and dedication to the project are necessary. Licensed and certified contractors provide many benefits for property owners who plan a home improvement job. Forbes tells readers open lines of communication and tons of lists are two things that will help homeowner’s get the results you want when working with a trusted contractor.

Renovation experience and industry knowledge are irreplaceable

A full home renovation requires strict adherence to building codes and following the local permit process. Professional contracting firms have experience with this process, especially if the firm is local or has a long history working for nearby communities. For example, Gehman Remodeling offers customers a full-service design and contract services run by a family firm since 1990.

Decades of experience means the contractor understands climate issues pertinent to your location. Local building codes are secondhand to a builder with years of experience in a particular community. Plus, network connections, new training programs, and manufacturer presentations help add to the skills and education of long-time home remodeling firms.

Knowing how to seal the flashing on your roof or where to jack a concrete slab are not things you may know, but a professional contractor does. This specialized experience is not something you can learn on YouTube or read a book and perform. These tasks require knowledge of building materials and how construction works to do the job right.

Contractors have high-tech equipment and specialty tools

Most property owners do not own a backhoe, hammer jack, or industrial snake. Home renovation firms buy these items from commercial manufacturers at a large expense. This equipment needs insurance coverage, upkeep, and routine maintenance to work properly. Hiring a professional means you do not have to rent expensive equipment and learn how to use it. Your contract team has the experience of working with this equipment saving you time, money, hassle, and probably tearing your hair out.

Quality work adds value to your home

A dentist fixing teeth out of his or her garage does not sound like anyplace you want to go for a filling or to pull a tooth. Why attempt work that you may or may not know how to do, or worse yet, hire someone off from the street to do it for you? When you hire a brand with Certainteed Master roofing qualifications and Master Certified Remodeler from the National Association of the Remodeling Industry, you can expect astonishing results.

Using the best home remodeling company means you can sleep at night knowing your kitchen floor is level, your bathroom warm, and your garage secure. No matter whether you need a small update like putting a floor in the guest bathroom, or you want to add a beautiful new tile back-splash behind your long row of marble counters, an expert will do the job to satisfaction.

Warranties and service guarantees offer you protection

An Eye on Housing says most homeowner’s hire a contractor to perform HVAC and roofing repairs. Gehman Remodeling works with clients to perform standard, luxury, and custom renovations. When you work with a professional that has contacts in the industry, the firm can save you money and help you get high-end products at a discount.

Custom installs and tailored renovations are no problem for experienced and licensed contracting firms. Why work with a contractor that only knows a few design techniques for painting or installing tile floors when you can work with the best and get the home of your dreams? A professional contractor can design a unique feature like a spa bathroom with a sauna to improve your immune health and rid the body of toxins.

When you work with a reputable firm, then you know the job the contractor performs will be solid and he or she will give you a warranty. This coverage might include wear and tear or premature failure. Your contractor can explain this in more detail and give you paperwork listing the benefits of the warranty. Your contractor might guarantee services like plumbing and electrical, but the best benefit is the expert knows the permit process and can help you navigate the confusing mix of local regulations. The contractor performs the work to city specifications.

Should a part fail or something happens to your remodel that is out of your control, then a professional will come to the house and fix it. If there is an underlying issue, then the contractor will discuss your options giving you the truth about the problem. You do not have to worry about missed issues, exaggerating contractors, and someone performing half of the work and leaving the job site and taking all of your money. A professional stays with the job until the work is complete to the satisfaction of the client.

With Master Certifications, you know your home is in good hands. The peace of mind you get from hiring a professional will let you sleep better at night. When problems do happen, as with most renovations, you know your contract team has the experience and knowledge to handle the fix.

Pennsylvania homeowners need a top contractor to help block out the cold, winter weather and fix a roof leak from a tornado dust up in the summer. Why call an out-of-state firm when you have professionals who understand the soaking rains and mid-summer humidity you experience? Your full home renovation is in excellent hands when you trust a local contract firm with decades of service in your community.

When you call the best home remodeling company, then you never have to worry about poor craftiness or bad fixes. From luxury materials to project design, a professional contractor is the only person you should trust to do the best job for you. Environmentally friendly practices, use of safe materials, and a streamlined process are other benefits homeowners can expect when using a professional home remodeling firm.

Whether you want a full home renovation or need an island for your kitchen, the quality work and service you get from a leading contractor in your area are trustworthy. You can believe a professional when they have awards from top national agencies. Free estimates, service guarantees, and a warranty on parts are just a few of the things a professional home renovation firm provides for clients.

Other ways you can check out a professional is to read online references and testimonials. People who refer the contractor often leave a detailed description of the situation. Star ratings on social media sites and local directories can also point you in the right direction for finding a local firm. Trusting a professional means you can rest easy because your home is in the hands of a safe and honest contractor who will not steal, cut corners, or leave you with a job half complete. These contractors go the extra mile to make sure you are happy and want to share the news about your renovation with friends, neighbors, and family members.

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