Kitchen Remodel, Before
Kitchen Remodel, After
Are you thinking of beginning a home remodeling project in order to increase its value? Before you start, you should research how much of a return you will reap when you are ready to sell your home.
Calculating your remodel return on investment can be difficult and confusing. Not only does the type of remodel make a difference, but you need to look at your location as well. A basement remodel may not have the same return in Denver as it would in Portland.
The most widely used reference guide is issued annually by Hanley Wood and Remodeling Magazine. While the Cost vs. Value Report will give you a good idea of what investments will bring you the largest return, it is best to consult with your remodeler and real estate agent who are familiar with trends in your city and specific neighborhood. Before beginning any project, the experts at Mosaik Design & Remodeling are happy to offer design consultations on what projects may bring you the best return on your investment.
When we meet with a client, they rarely ask for their interior doors to be changed from hollow core to a solid core or from a 6-panel raised panel to a simpler single recessed panel design. In fact, most people don’t pay very much attention to their doors because most of the focus is centered on their outdated kitchen or bathroom. However, changes to these architectural elements will yield dramatic results.
New interior doors come in a huge variety of materials and styles, from contemporary bamboo slab to an elegant mahogany door with glass inserts, to beautiful classic craftsman fir doors. The possibilities are endless, but with the help of a designer, you can narrow it down to the exact style that fits your home or newly remodeled space.
Even though it is an additional cost, the impact of the upgrade on the overall design and feel of your home may surprise you.
When designing or redesigning your home, you are faced with many options. The hardest decision may be determining who is actually going to do the work. You can select a designer and a general contractor, and then they will hire additional help to complete your project. You also have the option of choosing a firm like Mosaik Design & Remodeling where your designer and construction team work together seamlessly under one company.
Our time-tested design/build model minimizes mistakes and takes the anxiety out of the remodeling process through close collaboration between the design team and the construction team. An in-house design firm like Mosaik Design & Remodeling is perfect for clients who don’t want to spend their valuable time communicating between designers and contractors.
Clients can trust that their needs and wants all reside within one firm. The result is a beautiful project that is completed on time.