Thank you for considering Copple Construction, LLC for your Home Remodel. When it comes to getting the most bang for your buck, a whole home remodel and/or an addition can provide the most return on your investment. Remodeling multiple rooms at once is almost always less expensive than doing one at a time. When changing a floor plan or adding an addition, an architect is usually used to ensure everything flows properly and will come together right. For an R&R remodel or a simple Full Gut and replace, our designer can provide the necessary guidance and plans.
There are three levels of whole home remodels:
Repair and Replace (R&R) - This generally is not a full remodel. One or more rooms may not be touched at all. This generally includes some (but usually not all) of the following: replacing flooring, new paint, new electrical and plumbing fixtures, new switches and outlets, repairs, new landscaping, kitchen cabinet re-facing, etc. There is no updating of floor plans, removing walls, or other major remodeling.
Full Gut Remodel - Almost everything goes. Plaster walls in good shape may remain and some drywall may be salvaged. But otherwise everything in the interior is removed, down to studs and subfloor. Often this includes changing the floor plan, replacing insulation, roof replacement, etc,
Addition - When the house just isn’t big enough, it’s time for an addition. A well designed addition will look like it was always part of the existing home and provide the additional space you need.
Updating a whole home to modern code and replacing many of the components can provide a home which is as good and long lasting as a new home, and be less expensive. A good design and precise construction ensure a home which will provide years of trouble-free use.
For more information on our Remodeling Process and our commitment to Lead-Safe Remodeling, please visit our web page on Construction Services.
To help you through the initial planning stages of your project, you may refer to Copple Construction, LLC’s Design and Product Selection Guide Books for Bathrooms and Kitchens. These provide information on many of the products used in basements. Visit our Web Links page for more places to research ideas and products. Please Contact Us with any question or to schedule an On-site Consultation.