If you love your home’s location in a premier Charlotte-area neighborhood, but it requires updates to serve your family’s needs, don’t assume you need to move, consider whole house remodeling. These extensive home remodeling projects are designed specifically for your family’s wants and needs, but typically entail items like opening up boxy floor plans; improving the appearance and functionality of dated kitchens and bathrooms; removing barriers to accessibility in hallways, bathrooms and bedrooms; changing floor plans to make kitchens larger, add needed storage, or to “find” space for necessities such as laundry rooms, pantries, home offices and more. In the process, we update dated systems – think lighting, plumbing, HVAC, or cosmetic items like refinishing floors and repainting walls – as well as those that need to be changed to meet current code. (Read our Success Stories like the one at this link to learn more.) Whole house remodeling is typically less expensive than all of the myriad costs associated with moving, and ends up being far less disruptive to family life than moving across town. The end result is a beautiful home that meets your family’s needs in the location you already love.
Whole house remodeling is typically a wise investment in established and appreciating Charlotte-area neighborhoods such as Madison Park, South Park, Dilworth, Myers Park, Cotswold, the Park Road & Marsh Road corridors, Providence Plantation and Waxhaw / Union County, just to name a few.