A Design/Build Remodel for Your New Stage in Life

Start a New Chapter with a New Space

If you are starting a new stage in life because of divorce, remarriage, a new baby, or an adult child moving back in- let our experience take the stress out of your remodeling project. There are many reasons your life may be in transition. Perhaps you have divorced or remarried. Or perhaps your family is expanding. Maybe you have a baby on the way, or your parents or adult children are planning on moving in with you. Perhaps you love your home and don't want to go through the hassle of moving. After all, its a lot less hassle to remodel than to move and potentially end up remodeling anyway! 

The Most Common Reasons for Homeowners in Phoenix to Remodel

You've recently relocated to Phoenix, and you are ready to update the home to fit your taste. You can: 

  • Update an 80's or 90's style kitchen
  • Create the master suite as you had in your old home
  • Renovate or add bathrooms
  • Reconfigure existing bedrooms
  • Create a "wow" outdoor space
  • Go for it all with a whole-house makeover

If your family is growing and growing up, you can: 

  • Add or update bathrooms
  • Reconfigure existing bedrooms
  • Create a kids playroom with plenty of storage for games and toys
  • Create an indoor or outdoor play area 
  • Add storage in multiple rooms
  • Adding an in-law suite or guesthouse
  • Enlarge the garage to store the new family wakeboard boat and other toys

If you decide to stay put because you can't sell your home for what it's really worth, you can: 

  • Replace tired-looking and worn cabinets and countertops in your kitchen
  • Put in new appliances (the ones you always wanted)
  • Put in a soaking tub and a TV in your master bath
  • Refinish or replace the floors to give any room a fresh feel
  • Make the changes you want and would have to make if you moved plus then you won't have to deal with all the headaches of moving
  • Add on a workshop complete with A/C and electric for your retirement hobbies

If you have recently gotten divorced or have remarried, you can: 

  • Do all the things your former spouse or partner didn't want to do
  • Creating a fresh new look
  • Add a romantic fireplace in the family room or master bedroom or even the master bath
  • Add or remove sinks in the master bath
  • Create an adult playroom with a massive new TV or multiple TV's, or even whole-house audio and video
  • Create a workout area
  • Add a TV in the Master Bath so you can get your daily updates while you are getting ready or just lounging in the tub
  • Add audio speakers that stream from your mp3 player or phone in your new kitchen while you prepare dinner or soak in the bathtub

If you are planning on settling into your forever home, you can:

  • Install or reinforce railings in hallways or stairs
  • Add grab bars or a seating area in the shower
  • Update and refresh the bathrooms to include a walk-in shower or tub
  • Widen the doorways
  • Adjust the height of counters and controls
  • Add ramps at the entrances to your home 

If you plan to downsize, you can: 

  • Install more shelving or additional cabinet space
  • Convert a bedroom or spare room to fit a new use or need
  • Redesign closets to store more and make things easier to reach

If you need to update your home to accommodate medical issues, you can: 

  • Change tubs to walk-in tubs or showers with grab bars or a seating area
  • Modify and widen doorways or adding ramps
  • Add brighter lighting
  • Adjust the height of controls to make them reachable from a sitting position

Whatever changes or transitions you are about to face, we can help recreate your living spaces to meet your new needs or desires. For more information on various home additions, click here