Your Next Remodel…a dream design with a nightmare budget?
Construction costs keep climbing but new technologies, products and approaches can end the nightmare. We pride ourselves on our ability to rethink a design to fit a realistic budget, deliver it on time, and instill a level of quality that will be apparent many years form now.
Beautify your outdoor spaces.
Many of our clients consider their decks to be the biggest room in the home. Outdoor kitchens, a place to watch movies on a warm night, a place to relax in a spa tub on a cold night, you name it, our clients ask for it.
Out with the Old, In with the New
If it's a total make over, we gut the bath, enlarge the space and install new plumbing & fixtures. If it's an update, we can keep the cabinets, redo the tile & plumbing fixtures, and even change the counter tops, storage & lighting.
Make your kitchen the most popular spot in your home.
These days, for most families, the kitchen is the heart of the home, the spot where the family and friends prefer to gather. Our clients ask us to make their kitchens more functional, user friendly, and open to the other key areas of their homes.
Our clients asked for a new kitchen, dining room, powder room, laundry room on the first floor, a full basement,… View Gallery »
This kitchen in the Hills had been fully renovated about 20 years ago. We took out everything except the dishwasher… View Gallery »
Calm, cool and Corian...This total makeover replaced the tub, installed double vanities, radiant heating, enlarged shower, and green Ming floor… View Gallery »
350 s.f. deck with HidFast invisible fasteners and helical screw footingsView Gallery »
2,000 square feet of every attraction, activity and entertainment you could ask for.View Gallery »
“The job you guys did on the kitchen still blows me away - and caused the 'WOW' factor when we came to sell. And we had 6 years of good use. It has been such a family focal point. We have had some good times just hanging out in there. Thanks for bringing in the team that could envision what we could do with that space, and then carrying it out. ” — Sonia Heinje, Basking Ridge