What Stories Will We Tell in 2023?
What remodeling stories will Red House Remodeling tell in 2023? That’s up to you, homeowner. The stories we tell as a design/build remodeler are told through floorplans, elevations, walls that are moved and finish materials. The stories involve cabinet finishes, countertops, hardware, fixtures and paint colors. Some of our stories are already in progress, in… Read More
The Blue Neutral: A Whole Home Remodel
When it comes to neutral cabinets, we tend towards black, white, grays and tans/browns. But blues and greens can be great neutrals as well. During the remodel of their first floor and lower level, this family definitely had the blues! See how they incorporated naval blue painted cabinetry throughout their home remodel. This family of… Read More
Primary Bath Revitalization: From White to WOW!
Every remodel starts with goals, and these homeowners had two for their primary bath: to look less 90s and to function better in the existing space. That’s exactly what we did for this family when we designed and remodeled their primary bath with current finishes and created an additional closet in a space previously occupied… Read More
Remodeling: What Happens Before the Build?
You may feel somewhat familiar with the construction portion of a remodel, but what happens before? What happens after you contact a remodeler but before you’re enjoying your shiny new space? The answer is A LOT, and the detailed nature of these steps often determines the success of the project. While all remodelers have their… Read More
2021 and Done!
Before we ring in the new year, let’s take a minute to reflect on 2021. Like many companies, 2021 was one of our busiest years, which came with much excitement and quite a few challenges. Overall, our projects were larger than in past years and none of our remodeling projects was less than $50,000. We… Read More
Beaverdale Bath & Bed
Old homes are amazing, but sometimes they have opportunities for improvement. This second floor bathroom was narrow, dark and dated, so we rearranged the space, installed all new finishes and made sure the plumbing and electrical was met current code. The result is a beautiful 3/4 bath that integrates well with the home’s age. We… Read More
Sophisticated Style Enhances Home’s First Floor
With a coveted location and great open floor plan, this couple wanted to rework and update the space to match their style while blending the new finishes with existing trim and mill work. The result includes vertical grain cabinets in two finishes, intense white counters with a modern concrete finish, a stone fireplace and sleek… Read More
Announcement About Red House Remodeling During the Coronavirus Crisis
Red House Remodeling is open and ready to help you love your home! The first step in our process is a phone conversation. Give us a call to discuss your project and we’ll go from there. Depending on your comfort level, we can do virtual planning, design and selections OR meet in person using applicable… Read More
Why Do Bids Vary So Much?
Choosing a remodeler is tough, especially the first time around. Reputation and reviews are a few things to consider … and then there are bids. Why do bids (we call them estimates) vary greatly? Is one remodeler making huge profits while another is keeping margins slim out of the goodness of his/her heart? The truth… Read More
I Want to Remodel … But Where Do I Start?
You want to remodel, but you’re not even sure where to start? Relax! It’s very common to be unsure of who to call when. Just thinking about it? Ready to start demo? Regardless of where you are, we’ll meet you there! We’ll meet you where you are. Whether you just got the itch to remodel… Read More