Custom millwork adds warmth and old-world beauty to your home’s interior remodeling projects. Nothing compares to the aesthetic appeal of real wood, especially wood that has been crafted by a skilled, experienced contractor with a deep understanding of the material.
There’s no question about it: picking the right contractor for your home remodel is critical for the success of your project. Knowing how to pick the right contractor for the job can make or break your renovation. In the past, we’ve covered extensively the ins and outs of picking the right contractor. Interviewing the candidates, meeting with contractors at the job site, getting a written estimate from each company and ensuring that your contractor is properly licensed and insured are all ways that you can find the right contractor for your needs.
See how you can get the best return on investment from your next home remodel by knowing exactly what to expect and how to prepare.
A basement remodel is a massive undertaking, because most basements are not made to be lived in or attractive to the average homeowner. Trying to turn your basement into a finished product takes effort, skill, coordination and organization. You don't want to miss these common traps in your basement finishing project.
Basement Finishing is a big commitment, so the decision to take on this home renovation project may not be easily made. Expecting realistic outcomes and knowing the challenges of this type of project can help you decide whether or not basement remodeling is for you, what the scope of the project should be, and what qualities to look for in a contractor.
Having a relative, grandparent or even a family friend move in with you could be an incredible experience that is often out of love and kindness. Inviting them into your home will make them feel appreciative and very grateful for having a familiar place to stay.
When you start a home remodel, asking the right questions and getting the right answers is crucial. Having good information at the outset will allow you to pick the right contractor, take on the right project, and budget properly. Ultimately, the more you know when you begin your residential remodeling project, the better. That's why we provide as much information about home renovations as we can.
Aging in place is becoming an important issue among older homeowners. At Litchfield Builders, we help seniors stay in their own homes through smart home renovations. Below are 12 common upgrades that we perform for older citizens of the community.
A kitchen remodel is a big undertaking, and many homeowners who decide to take on this type of project are not aware of everything that a kitchen remodel involves. Asking yourself the right questions can help you get ready for this upcoming renovation in your home.
When it comes to home remodeling, there are a lot of factors that come into play. At Litchfield Builders, we like to help you get answers early on so you know what to expect going into any remodeling project. To help, we put together this article breaking down a very successful home remodel through a Q&A with Litchfield's President Kevin Ahern.
Budgeting for a commercial remodel can be a difficult task. Many business owners find that it's important to approach this process logically, taking the remodeling process step by step. In this post, we'll discuss some of the most important steps to take when budgeting for a commercial remodel. It's our hope that having this information can help make the remodeling process simpler and easier.