Remodel / Renovation
Professional Contracting specializes in full service remodeling and renovating from small to large projects including Additions, Kitchen and Bathroom remodels, whole house remodels, Window replacement and even smaller repairs. Commercial remodeling also fits into our bag of talents.
Our clients consider more than just the cost of a project. You want the peace of mind that comes with knowing that your contractor runs a respectable, high-quality operation. You also appreciate the fact that Professional Contracting can translate unique ideas to functional projects that appeal to the even the most astute homeowner. Remodeling any older home can bring the realization that the original construction may not have been done the best or even the right way. Problem solving these concerns and developing a solution is one of our many strong points.
We invite you to use this page as a information tool. Learn about remodeling in general and what Professional Contracting can do for you and your home.
You ask the age old question when deciding about remodeling; do I remodel or do I buy a new house? The nation's remodeling market has been on an upward trend for the last 20 years, and it is expected that the next decade will be marked by continued steady growth. Most people decide to remodel their existing home rather than move for a variety of reasons. The American Homeowners Foundation estimates it costs approximately 10% of a home’s value to sell and move. Why not reinvest that 10% in remodeling your current home instead?
Key Benefits of Remodeling
Remodeling allows you to customize your home to meet your needs and desires. The only similar, but much more costly alternative is to have a brand new custom home designed and built.
Remodeling means that you don't have to give up a familiar neighborhood and schools. Remodeling is a more efficient use of your financial resources. According to the American Homeowner Foundation, selling your home and moving typically costs about 8 - 10 % of the value of your current home. And much of this goes into moving expenses, closing costs, and broker commissions - items that have no direct impact on your home's quality. Remodeling can be stressful, but few experiences are more stressful than moving. Buying a new home in a new subdivision usually means a smaller lot and the cost of adding landscaping to the area.