Renovating Within the Blueprint

by | Mar 24, 2021 | Home & Garden

One of the many benefits of hiring a professional contractor, engineer, and architect is that we understand how to optimize space. Renovating a room is often thought of as completely changing the layout. And while sometimes that is the case, renovating a room using the existing blueprint can make the same difference.
Kitchens and bathrooms are often two spaces that are found to be lacking storage and counter space, but in order to gain that space, you don’t always have to knock down walls. The use of varying sized rolling drawers, floor to ceiling cabinetry, and unique built-in shelving can be added to the existing layout to maximize your space.
These aspects paired with quartz counters, a tile backsplash, and new fixtures will give you a new room without changing the rest of your home.
The installation of built in lighting and new windows will bring light into the room to give even the smallest rooms the appearance of being larger and more spacious. Natural light is a highly sought-after element in every home; but must be added in a way that will accentuate the other elements.
New flooring is a key in any renovation. Whether you are partial to an intricate tile floor in the bathroom or a tile that looks like wood to withstand the traffic in the kitchen, a new tile floor is impactful in changing your space.
To get started on your home renovation, call the team at Randal G. Winter Construction. We are ready to make your home, the home you have always dreamed of.
We encourage you to visit us online at www.rgwinter.com to see our work or call us today at (661) 799-8089 to virtually meet our team. Let’s build your dreams and turn your house into a home together.

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