The Van Kirk Home
Expanded bedrooms and
new sitting room.
The Thompson Home
a tower rec room
and ground level den.
Let's be realistic. Houses don't last forever. Wear and tear is inevitable and any repair you put off will only cost you more in the long run. So, if you want to retain your property value, don't put off those necessary repairs.
Whether you need window replacement, new flooring or an interior paint job, we will arrange it for you.
Maybe you'd like to add more space or amenities to increase both your personal enjoyment and your rental income?
A new deck featuring a spacious hot tub has a strong appeal for vacationers. A swimming pool, if your lot size and configuration allows it, can be paid off in a few years just with the increased rental income.
The Dorrier home in
Vacationers want to be pampered, and "roughin'it" at the beach is no longer in vogue.
The cost of remodeling often comes as a shock to the homeowner. Not only are labor and materials prices on the rise but remodeling by its very nature costs more than new construction. We have to allow for tear-out, clean-up, matching existing angles and techniques, as well as "emerging work."
So how do you know if it is worth the time and money? Consider your motives as well as the alternatives. Is the work necessary to maintain the value of your property? Will the improvements increase your enjoyment of the home? Would you be better off selling this home and buying or building another one? If so, would some improvements get you a quicker sale?
help you find the the answers to these questions.