As soon as you decide to commit to custom home construction, it can be exciting and nerve wracking all at once! It takes quite a lot of careful planning to make sure that the project goes smoothly and you are left with the end result you envisioned. Apart from planning, custom home construction requires budgeting, designing and of course coordination with the right building team. Before you get started, make sure you’ve taken these steps:
As your family continues to grow you’re probably finding that your home is starting to feel on the small side. Now that you know you need more space, what’s the best way to gain that extra living area? Should you move or improve your existing home? Many homeowners are faced with this decision and the best option? A home addition! When you break it all down, it can be easy to see why renovation wins over moving into a new home.
If you’re in need of extra living space, there are ways you can achieve this without uprooting your family and moving to a new house. While attic and basement remodels are the most popular options among homeowners, another way to add extra space is with a garage remodel. Transforming your garage into living space can be a great investment for your future. At Redwood Construction & Consulting, we can help you transform your home garage.
Excited to attack the kitchen remodel that you have been thinking about for years? It is motivating to know that the changes that you will make to your kitchen will not only update the look but optimize the function of a room you use heavily every day. A remodel of such an important room requires much planning with an eye to preventing mistakes that will cost money and time.
Before you start your bathroom remodel, you’ll want to have a design and budget in place. That includes knowing what materials will fit your design aesthetic and your budget. Another important factor to consider when selecting materials and fixtures, is their durability. From shower tiles and flooring to bathroom vanities and countertops, you’ll want materials that will stand up to constant steaming, splashing and scrubbing without showing wear–something non-porous. Here are some great nonporous options when it comes to shower tile and bathroom floors.