Home Remodeler

Home Remodeler

Whether you have an older home that you’d like to modernize or you are buying a home needing extensive remodeling, a whole-home renovation is a solid choice. Your home should be a reflection of you; it should show your style and suit your needs.  A whole-home renovation is a good way to make sure your home’s interior flows well and is designed the way you’d like it be.

At McGookin Remodeling our team of skilled professionals is here to help you create a home that fits your family and your lifestyle.  We understand that a whole-home renovation is a big project, and we’ll do our best to make it as fun and stress-free as possible so that you can come home to house you love.

A whole or full house remodel may have many modifications to the kitchen, bathrooms, various other rooms, perhaps room additions as well any combination of installing new windows, doors, siding, roofing and flooring.   We may also need to upgrade plumbing, HVAC and Electrical.   A whole house remodel is the best choice when moving to a new house is not an option or perhaps you simply want to continue to stay in the area you have loved for many years, but want a fresh feeling to the place you have always called “home”.

The image on the right is of a complete demolition of an existing house. The foundation remained in place, then we added 2 course of block to create a more useful basement ceiling height.  The 1st floor was increased in size including wrap around front porch. The 2nd floor increased in size matching the footprint the 1st floor.  And the following shows a front entryway was part of a whole home remodeling project. This portico is completely new including the new masonry front stoop. All new siding, exterior trim, and shutters rounded out the exterior work.

Whole Home Remodeling in Chatham
Portico Whole Home Siding
Home Remodeling Dormer Addition Kids Room

These next two images continue with inside whole home remodeling on the inside.  This first project was a small two-room area above the garage off of the main 2nd floor of the house. We also added a side and rear dormer addition to create 2 very large bedrooms.

A a full bathroom with a barn door finished it off as seen in the picture.  The second photo is for the same project as of the back bedrooms that has both sides a dormer creating a very nice bedroom space.

Home Remodeling Barn Door Bathroom Entry
Home Remodeling Modern Traditional Fireplace Built-ins

In this following example we show a 1st floor addition off the back of the house that created a larger kitchen. This picture is the result of taking down a bearing wall that separated the front formal living room and the rear family room, creating a much larger family room.

We eliminated the fireplace and added a nice gas insert where the bearing wall once stood. The flanking built-ins make a great spot for storage and displaying things.

Do You Have Questions?

Not sure about your home remodeling job? Contact McGookin Remodeling today and we can answer any questions you might have. We want to make sure your home is your dream home.

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