Watching home renovation shows are a favorite among many because of the satisfying and occasionally dramatic results on screen. And unless you’re in the business of flipping houses or managing multi-unit properties, you’ve probably heard the terms “remodel” and “renovation” used interchangeably.
A “remodel” essentially is a restructure, and it changes the integrity of the layout. These projects usually involve heavy-duty construction, like knocking out a wall to make an open concept living room or building an additional bathroom in a home.
You might be considering a remodel to invest in the home you currently have and to add to its resell value. Or maybe you recently bought a house, and you want to shape it into the home of your dreams.
When you hear “renovation,” think restoration or repair. If you’re fixing up an outdated kitchen for a more modern look and feel while keeping the integrity of the structure and layout, it’s most likely a renovation.
It’s not uncommon during a necessary repair or remodel to take advantage of the pending construction to update the cabinets and countertops in an older home.
You’ll be surprised by what a renovation can do for a house with good bones but outdated countertops and cabinets.
We can accommodate individual family home renovations as well as serve those looking for a more significant remodel.
Whether this is your first experience or you’re a seasoned property-flipper, Alabama Cabinet Company is here to help you from start to finish and make an exciting (yet sometimes, hectic) process that much easier.