Now this is what a homecoming is all about! This sweet home had been lived-in and well-loved by its residents for so long. And after many, many years of renting it to a different family, the homeowner decided it was time to return home; to the place she raised her family.
Using the house’s original blueprint, we first updated the kitchen: cabinets, countertops, backsplashes. Once we were done re-finishing the floors and painting the interior (and exterior), we moved on to the bathroom. Cabinets, countertops, flooring, and tub/shower area: all refurnished and updated, breathing new life into the home. The result: a beautiful house worthy of being called a forever home!
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I hired Jared Lewis Construction for a kitchen and bathroom remodel. My home was a rental for 15 years and it was obvious that the kitchen and bath were in bad shape; however, once his team of professionals began the project it further became obvious that the house needed major repairs throughout. All of the windows and sliding doors were replaced. A header beam between the kitchen and dining room was lifted into the attic. A new electrical panel was installed and ALL of the old wiring was removed and replaced to code. All of the plumbing was replaced to code. LED lighting was installed throughout the house. The oak hardwood floors that were badly damaged were repaired and refinished. Additional oak flooring was Installed in the family. room that previously had carpeting. The front door and interior doors were replaced and new hardware added. The house was completely repainted both inside and outside. Beautiful new crown molding and baseboards - with the addition of an Old World finish on the walls - transformed this beat-up 1960’s Ranch House. The entire house looks and feels brand new.