Want to take your old, charming, but perhaps not-what-you-want home and revitalize it and bring it into this century? Or perhaps take it back to its original roots in the 19th century? Remodeling is a wonderful way to shift your space to fit your unique desires and needs. If you’re interested in enhancing your building’s energy efficiency, remodeling can help you do so in an innovative, economical, and stylish manner. What’s more, remodeling typically increases the value of your home.
Remodeling involves changing the structure, form, look, feel, or purpose of a room or building. For example, you can convert a walk-in closet into a master bathroom; update the trim and paint colors of your family room; add more light and natural warmth to your kitchen; or even enhance the energy flow of your house by adding a wall or skylight.
Remodeling can take place in the following ways:
- Surface-level remodeling—entails changing surface-level elements, such as trim, paint colors, cabinetry, light fixtures, and floor-covering.
- Complete gutting—removes everything except the original structure in order to prepare the space for new infrastructure (e.g. new insulation, wiring, plumbing, etc) and then surface-level finishes (everything you see, touch and use).
- Structural remodeling—adds or removes components that hold up the building, such as walls, floor joist, roof rafters, etc.
- New additions—adds a new room or section onto an existing building.
Sacred Oak Homes maintains the essence of your original building while creating a new, beautiful sacred space for you and your loved ones. We help you personalize your new environment so that it has the look and feel you want. In this process, we guide you in considering the color, texture, lighting, climate, and natural elements (stone, wood, glass, water, etc) of your new space.
While we remodel your space, we treat it like it is our own. Sacred Oak Homes keeps our work sites neat and clean.
We specialize in seamlessly integrating new additions, making them look like they’ve always been there.
Sacred Oak Homes works in all different styles of building; colonial, federal, arts-and-crafts, modern, you name it. We honor a wide range of budgets without compromising our values or commitments.