Whether you are looking to complete a simple room addition or tackle an entire home addition, we have you covered. The concept of adding on to your home may seem easy. Just decide what you want, hire specific tradespeople or try to finish the work yourself by watching a couple YouTube videos, but the truth is that home additions are fairly complicated projects that demand the expertise of an experienced general contractor. There are windows, doors, or walls that may need to be moved or added. There are electrical and structural considerations, including hiring a structural engineer. There will likely even be adjustments to your existing roofline to ensure the addition resembles the original home. There are also financial considerations such as project costs, investment potential or whether it will increase your property value.The smartest way to complete a home addition is to hire an experienced general contractor who can guide you.
Adding curb appeal to your home is one of the best ways to increase your property value. This can be achieved with a simple facelift or by taking on an extensive home renovation project. Exterior finishes can add a great deal of value to your home, whether you are looking for maintenance-free siding options, superior insulation solutions or eye-catching colors, we can increase the value of your home for years to come. Homeowner's have numerous options available to upgrade their home. Some of the most common exterior home upgrades include designer front doors, smart home features and installation, improved security, noise reduction, energy efficiency and green certified products, deck and porch installation, outdoor stonework and patio design including pergolas, porticos, porte-cochère, fountains and water features, waterfalls, pools, roofing and ceiling renovations, and exterior lighting.
Custom home renovation projects are different than your normal kitchen or bathroom remodels. These are the projects where we love to push the envelope of design and functionality and bring our creativity to the table to meet our clients needs. Creating these spaces is not at all about resale value. Instead these rooms are tailored to the needs of that unique homeowner and are geared toward a specific purpose. Wine rooms or cigar rooms that are humidity and temperature controlled, and implement specialized venting systems are popular. Other custom living spaces include craft and sewing rooms with dedicated space for hobbies like scrapbooking, quilting or painting; exercise rooms complete with durable flooring and mirrored walls; spa rooms to house massage tables or pedicure stations; mudrooms and playrooms complete with fun toy storage and kid-friendly seating.