As a remodeling contractor in Arlington and places nearby, we have assisted so many homeowners who are in the process of adding an addition to or performing an all-out remodeling of their existing home. As always, a little planning will go a long way in this effort. Here are a few tips to help you with your remodel.
Budget will be a big factor in remodeling effort. You should have in mind a clear idea of what you can afford regarding the changes to happen to your home. It is wise to have a “just in case” or emergency fund that you can access if needed.
What is it you wish to change about your current home and its floor plan? What do you like and what would you like to be rid of? Is there anything you would change if you could? Working off of existing floor plans, Carbide Construction’s remodeling contractors can take what exists and provide a customized update according to the needs of your family. Maybe you just want an additional bedroom upstairs? Maybe an additional bathroom downstairs? We can make these things happen for you!
What rooms or areas of your home qualify as essentials? Perhaps you need a den or home office? Factor this into your sketches of the ideal remodel. If your home office needs anything specific, like a breakfast nook, make your remodeling contractor aware. A modular remodeling contractor can fully customize that which you wish to add-on, leaving your home ideal for your future!
A big trend that has emerged is to have the laundry room on the same floor as your bedrooms—the laundry process being made much easier. If you want something like this for your home, all you need to do is get in touch with a remodeling contractor like Carbide Construction. No matter what your preference, make sure your modular home builder is aware of this too.
Carbide Construction’s modular construction division opened in 2002, which allowed for general expansion a more eco-friendly approach to remodeling. The remodeling contractor will conduct an analysis of your existing house location survey to determine feasibility of an addition or a remodeling. Once the analysis is complete the design/engineering phase can be established. Quality design will ensure a great final outcome. We will then start up some of the subcontractor pricing, followed by the completion of drawings. Final pricing will follow.
If you would like more information about our services as a remodeling contractor in Arlington and surrounding areas, call Carbide Construction at 703-550-8711 or you can Contact Us.