Re-Build vs. Remodel
A home is an important financial investment. And a home’s lifespan and value are influenced by how well it’s maintained, among other things.
Beyond making routine repairs and adjustments to protect your investment, there are many situations that can arise.
You may have outgrown your home. You and your spouse may have become empty nesters. Your home may no longer suit your lifestyle. You may have an outdated structure or a home that’s in disrepair, such as from fire damage.
There are always many options available to you.
Beyond the ‘Remodel’ Option
Remodeling may be an option you’re considering. This is often well-suited for superficial changes, such as upgrading a bathroom or a kitchen or adding a dormer. A more extensive remodel may incorporate a room or garage addition.
Often a home requires more extensive changes, such as upgrading a heating/AC system, replacing old plumbing, or reconfiguring rooms. And these types of changes may warrant considering rebuilding.
We can help you determine whether it may be cost-effective to tear down and rebuild your home in the same location.
Rebuilding may enable you to have a new home without changing your location.
A “rebuild” home is an entirely new custom home built from the ground up … in place of an existing home.
We have extensive experience in rebuilding homes. We’ve rebuilt homes in tightly regulated coastal and waterfront communities. In historic districts with design and style restrictions. On unusually small properties, some with challenging land graduations and features.
Watch our video to learn more about rebuilds and reasons why many of our clients decided on this option.
It may be time to explore your options.
Your Next Step
Contact us at 860-333-6015 or by e-mail for a free consultation. We can schedule a mutually convenient time to help you decide whether rebuilding your home might be a good option for you.
We’ll help you evaluate your situation and make an informed decision about investing in your home.