Researching your next Monmouth County master bathroom remodel? Bathroom remodeling is very popular in New Jersey, as many people find it much easier to remodel their existing bathroom than to find a house that already includes a perfect bathroom for them. While the process for remodeling a master bathroom is largely the same as a regular bathroom, there are a few things to keep in mind. In this article, we will outline some tips to help you have the best possible experience when renovating your master bathroom, or any bathroom in your house for that matter.
This article provides a few tips on making your Monmouth County basement remodeling project as stress-free as possible. Remodeling your basement, while ultimately very rewarding, giving you so much more space in your home, can also be one of the most difficult types of remodeling you can do. The reason is simple: your basement is probably the area of your home with the largest gap between what it currently is and what you want it to be after the basement renovation. Add to that the fact that most basements are below ground and have potential moisture and mold issues, and you’ve got one involved project on your hands!
If your next project is a home addition in Monmouth County, you’ve come to the right place. The Design Build Pros have over 30 years of experience with all types of home remodeling and renovation projects in New Jersey. We understand the process can be overwhelming for homeowners, so we go out of our way to educate you on all of your options, so you can make the best decision for you, your home, and your family. We manage your home renovation project from conception to reality, with minimal disruption to your everyday life.
If we had a nickel for every time someone asked us how much a Monmouth County bathroom remodel would cost, we’d have a whole lot more nickels than we’d know what to do with! The problem isn’t that we don’t want to answer the question (or that we’re holding out for more nickels!) but that it’s a very difficult and abstract question to answer. That’s because no two bathrooms are the same and remodeling two different things brings on so many variables that need to be accounted for. Continue reading
Price is the biggest concern for most people when it comes to just about everything, and your Monmouth County kitchen remodel is no different. Who wants to pay more than they need to, for anything, ever? Of course, there’s that old saying that “you get what you pay for”, so in our opinion, simply going for the cheapest option is rarely a good idea. Since we get this question often, we decided to put together this guide to help you budget for your next kitchen renovation or expansion. At the end of this consumer awareness guide, we will provide a link to our estimated costs for standard and upscale kitchen remodeling projects.