The Edward's Enterprises team handles a variety of Chatsworth home remodeling services such as:
Whole home interior remodels
Kitchens & bathrooms
Master bedroom suites
Whole house painting
Trim & flooring
Porches, patios & decks
Dens & bedrooms
Remodeling for resale
Home purchase remodels
Rental home renovations
Condos & townhouses
Curb appeal makeovers
Windows & doors
With over 20 years in the home repair & improvement trade we have the perspective & know-how critical to carrying out projects of any size; from a new entry door installation to a full-sized kitchen remodel.
Not sure if we can handle your project? Contact us to discuss your specific residential remodeling project!
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Landscape to show off your new remodel!
New big windows, new deck, or awesome new paint? Design your Landscaping to show it off. For windows, choose plants that are not too tall or that frame the window well – the right plant can also improve looking out from the window. It's all about getting that 'right look & feel', & making it come across…make sure to have the proper accent wall, borders, & paint color are lined up & ready to go! Make everything complement & accentuate ; that's the key here.
For new paint, choose a colorful flower or bush that makes the new house color pop! What style is your home? Research styles of Landscaping to increase the aesthetic of your home & play with combinations. Cottage style homes usually have a quaint & groomed lawn, but what about a natural garden full of diverse plants & flowers to add dimension & fun? Anything can go, & you alone have the final say in the matter.
Also remember to make good use of any rocks lying around, spreading them out evenly & beautifully. Distribute them by the front or back walkway. Make a path with them. Get creative on this.
Home remodeling can be a fun way to spruce up an old home or even a project abandoned house. Ask any homeowners & DIYers who have lived to tell their stories between foreclosures to fire damages & they will tell you that saving a house is no easy task.
A couple, Joe & Melissa P. turned a 100 year old abandoned house, who's last occupant was in 1970, into a beautiful restoration during their engagement & wedding planning. Transforming the old Wisconsin farmhouse with seven bedrooms & no indoor plumbing into a modern remodeling job took them over a year to accomplish including a new roof, new windows & restoration of three porches. Also on the punch list was new plumbing including two bathrooms & finishing rooms where racoons, honeybee's & other critters had been living. The project turned the once abandoned home into a stunning living, breathing home.
Another couple, Virginia Walt & Patricia Purcell found a fire damaged cottage while visiting their son & daughter-in-law during a family vacation to Petersburg. The kids had bought the adjacent, larger house as a vacation getaway & potential retirement spot for their parents. The home next door was abandoned for twenty years after a fire destroyed the interior, & the windows & doors were charred or boarded up. Many people might run away at the thought of restoring an old home that was built in 1850 but the couple fell in love with the old red brick house with white lintels of solid granite & turned it into a home to spend their retirement in together.
Check out This Old House online for more ideas on restoration projects; maybe you have a project in mind to your home or an abandoned eye sore around the corner with lots of potential.
Before you put hundreds to thousands of dollars into the dream project, plan, plan & plan! Planning a project is key to completing your new home, whether you are living in it or building to sell as a turnover project. If you have any doubts do not hesitate to call a professional & ask for help!
Is it smart to renovate your house?
It is wise to renovate your home since you will benefit from having a great place to live in. The other positive impacts from the renovations include increasing the house's value & boosting the rental income you'd get.
Can I remodel my home myself?
You can decide to do a DIY remodeling of your house if you can. Nonetheless, no matter how good you are in handy work, you will at some point be required to call in a professional to help you out with several things.