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Remodeling Ideas – AARP


Ideas For Age
Friendly Remodeling



Read this article that was posted ion the AARP's website. The author, Vince Butler is a professional remodeler and writes about 21 things he wishes he'd followed based on his own advice to clients wanting to make their homes aging-friendly. Click here for the complete article or see the highlights below.

1. Raise the Outlets. Lower the Switches
There is no height requirement for electrical outlets or switches in most homes in the U.S. In fact, outlets are typically placed at a height equal to the length of a hammer simply because it saves measuring time during construction. Ask to have your outlets raised to 18" above the floor so they're easier to reach while standing or from a seated position. Light switch boxes are generally set above 48". If you move the box below 48" it makes the switch easier to reach from a wheelchair, scooter or by a child.

2. Use Aging-Friendly Light Switches
Paddle-style switches are better than a traditional toggle switch since they can be easily operated with a finger, knuckle or even an elbow.

3. Over Light and Dim it Down
It's always better to install more lighting than you think you’ll need and include dimmers for control. Coming back later to correct a dark corner or work area is expensive and messy. LED lights provide excellent illumination without overtaxing the wiring circuits and are easily dimmable.

4. Use Wide Doorframes
Use doors that are ideally 36" wide. (The minimum width used should be at least 32".) You don't have to install the wider doors now, but if you frame for that possibility you'll preserve the space and locate switches, pipes and other obstructions clear of any future widening.

5. Select Aging-Friendly Hardware
When choosing door knobs, cabinet hardware and plumbing fixtures, select designs that can be comfortably used without excessive pinching, twisting or force. Consider whether a child or a person without full use of his hands or arms could successfully use the item.

6. Double-Up On Handrails
Staircases should have a handrail on each side to provide additional support or to assist someone who has a strength imbalance due to age, injury or illness. Double handrails make staircases safer and easier to use.

7. Wider is Better Than Narrow
Most residential staircases are 36" wide, but if a project includes a new staircase, 42" would be better. That width makes it easier for two people to use the stairs side-by-side and better accommodates a lift chair, if required. Also, a wider staircase is especially useful when moving furniture!

8. Deep is Better Than Shallow
If space allows, make the treads (the flat part of the step) a bit deeper and the risers a bit shorter. Even a small change can make the stairs safer and easier to use.

9. Put Power Nearby
Include an electrical outlet at the top and/or bottom of the stairs. That way, if you ever install a lift chair it can be plugged in and charged without having to use an unsightly and possibly hazardous extension cord. In the meantime, having an electrical outlet near the stairs is very handy when vacuuming.

10. Shine a Light on It
Building codes require that staircases have switches at the top and bottom. However, we don’t always use those lights when our hands are full or we don’t want to disturb sleepers in the bedrooms nearby. Motion-activated switches that turn lights on and off automatically are a helpful option.

11. Block the Bars in the Bathroom
When a grab bar isn't securely mounted, it's more likely to become loose and fall off the wall. The best way to prevent this is before the walls are finished by installing horizontal wood "blocking" at the proper height for grab bars in the tub, shower and toilet areas. Installing such blocking is inexpensive and easy to do during construction but can be very costly and disruptive later. Tip: Before the drywall is installed, run a measuring tape from the floor up to the framing and take a picture to document exactly where the blocking has been placed. There are ways to install grab bars without blocking but nothing is more solid and secure than fastening directly to the wood framing.

12. Open and Close the Door
Doors are the number one obstacle to having a usable bathroom when someone requires assistance or is using a mobility aid. Sometimes an out-swing door works better for a bathroom than an in-swinging one. In other scenarios, a pocket door may be the better solution.

13. Cut-out the Curb
A shower is generally more usable and safer than a bathtub. Eliminate the typical step-over shower curb for a zero-step solution. If desired, the space can accommodate a frameless glass shower enclosure or, if needed, be converted into a fully-accessible shower for either a seated transfer or roll-in use.

14. Grab the Grab Bars Now
If the walls are blocked already, install the grab bars. People of all ages can benefit from having something to grab onto near the shower or tub. (I found the grab bars in my bathroom to be quite helpful while I was recovering from shoulder surgery.)

15. Kitchen Counters - Low, Medium and High
Various height kitchen countertops provide options for use by a child, a tall person and someone who prefers to sit rather than stand while preparing a meal.

16. Put it Away
Provide storage options in locations that don’t require lifting, and include pull-out drawers and trays and other accessories to increase usability. 1

7. Pick Aging-Friendly Appliances
Consider the design of stoves, dishwashers and refrigerators to minimize or eliminate hazards such as reaching over a hot burner to adjust the controls. Evaluate the design for usability by people with varying abilities and locate the appliances to minimize lifting or bending. For instance, placing a microwave oven above the range is an example of not planning for the future.

18. Two Sinks are Better Than One
Consider installing a second sink with a pullout spray faucet near the cooking area. Doing so is handy for filling a pot with water for boiling — and then emptying that pot without having to carry it across the kitchen.

19. Easy In, Easy Out
There should be at least one way to get into the home without having to use steps. Installing a zero-step entry into the house (and into a shower, as noted above and shown at right) solves two of the most challenging obstacles to creating an age-friendly home. If plans include adding a garage or new living space, consider options that will create an entry that can be used by someone using a wheelchair, pushing a baby stroller or dragging wheeled luggage.

20. Stack the Closets
If a home has multiple levels, locating the closets in the same location on each floor creates space for a future elevator shaft. It might sound extravagant, but more and more houses are including this feature and the cost is minimized when the space is already available. Also, installing an elevator is often an affordable option compared to the cost of selling a home and relocating. If an elevator isn't needed, the house has two very useful closets.

21. One-Level Living
In an ideal world, all multistory homes would contain a full bath on the first or entry floor as well as a bedroom or room that could be converted into a bedroom. When building a new residence or renovating one, the existence of these two rooms are key to a home being aging friendly. Look at your home and the spaces in it. A den may become a first floor bedroom, permanently or during a convalescence. A playroom might evolve into an exercise room. You probably won’t anticipate all the future uses of your home, but the benefits of these improvements will be useful today and for many years.

Remodeling Ideas: Age Friendly Bathtubs

Renowned Renovation recently remodeled a single family home on Beverly Drive in the Highland Park area in Dallas, TX that was built in 1932. The owner want to update the master bathroom with a standard tub shower into one with a modern senior-friendly bath with a walk-in-tub. 

ADA Complainant Bathroom Remodel Highland Park, Texas Gallery


Resources For Aging Friendly Remodeling

This article was posted in the AARP LIVABLE COMMUNITIES section on the AARP’s website. They are a nonpartisan organization that helps people 50 and older improve the quality of their lives. The author, Vince Butler is a professional remodeler and writes about 21 things he wishes he’d followed based on his own advice to clients wanting to make their homes aging-friendly. Click here for the complete article or see the highlights below.

1. Raise the Outlets. Lower the Switches
There is no height requirement for electrical outlets or switches in most homes in the U.S. In fact, outlets are typically placed at a height equal to the length of a hammer simply because it saves measuring time during construction. Ask to have your outlets raised to 18″ above the floor so they’re easier to reach while standing or from a seated position. Light switch boxes are generally set above 48″. If you move the box below 48″ it makes the switch easier to reach from a wheelchair, scooter or by a child.

2. Use Aging-Friendly Light Switches
Paddle-style switches are better than a traditional toggle switch since they can be easily operated with a finger, knuckle or even an elbow.

3. Over Light and Dim it Down
It’s always better to install more lighting than you think you’ll need and include dimmers for control. Coming back later to correct a dark corner or work area is expensive and messy. LED lights provide excellent illumination without overtaxing the wiring circuits and are easily dimmable.

4. Use Wide Doorframes
Use doors that are ideally 36″ wide. (The minimum width used should be at least 32″.) You don’t have to install the wider doors now, but if you frame for that possibility you’ll preserve the space and locate switches, pipes and other obstructions clear of any future widening.

5. Select Aging-Friendly Hardware
When choosing door knobs, cabinet hardware and plumbing fixtures, select designs that can be comfortably used without excessive pinching, twisting or force. Consider whether a child or a person without full use of his hands or arms could successfully use the item.

6. Double-Up On Handrails
Staircases should have a handrail on each side to provide additional support or to assist someone who has a strength imbalance due to age, injury or illness. Double handrails make staircases safer and easier to use.

7. Wider is Better Than Narrow
Most residential staircases are 36″ wide, but if a project includes a new staircase, 42″ would be better. That width makes it easier for two people to use the stairs side-by-side and better accommodates a lift chair, if required. Also, a wider staircase is especially useful when moving furniture!

8. Deep is Better Than Shallow
If space allows, make the treads (the flat part of the step) a bit deeper and the risers a bit shorter. Even a small change can make the stairs safer and easier to use.

9. Put Power Nearby
Include an electrical outlet at the top and/or bottom of the stairs. That way, if you ever install a lift chair it can be plugged in and charged without having to use an unsightly and possibly hazardous extension cord. In the meantime, having an electrical outlet near the stairs is very handy when vacuuming.

10. Shine a Light on It
Building codes require that staircases have switches at the top and bottom. However, we don’t always use those lights when our hands are full or we don’t want to disturb sleepers in the bedrooms nearby. Motion-activated switches that turn lights on and off automatically are a helpful option.

11. Block the Bars in the Bathroom
When a grab bar isn’t securely mounted, it’s more likely to become loose and fall off the wall. The best way to prevent this is before the walls are finished by installing horizontal wood “blocking” at the proper height for grab bars in the tub, shower and toilet areas. Installing such blocking is inexpensive and easy to do during construction but can be very costly and disruptive later. Tip: Before the drywall is installed, run a measuring tape from the floor up to the framing and take a picture to document exactly where the blocking has been placed. There are ways to install grab bars without blocking but nothing is more solid and secure than fastening directly to the wood framing.

12. Open and Close the Door
Doors are the number one obstacle to having a usable bathroom when someone requires assistance or is using a mobility aid. Sometimes an out-swing door works better for a bathroom than an in-swinging one. In other scenarios, a pocket door may be the better solution.

13. Cut-out the Curb
A shower is generally more usable and safer than a bathtub. Eliminate the typical step-over shower curb for a zero-step solution. If desired, the space can accommodate a frameless glass shower enclosure or, if needed, be converted into a fully-accessible shower for either a seated transfer or roll-in use.

14. Grab the Grab Bars Now
If the walls are blocked already, install the grab bars. People of all ages can benefit from having something to grab onto near the shower or tub. (I found the grab bars in my bathroom to be quite helpful while I was recovering from shoulder surgery.)

15. Kitchen Counters – Low, Medium and High
Various height kitchen countertops provide options for use by a child, a tall person and someone who prefers to sit rather than stand while preparing a meal.

16. Put it Away
Provide storage options in locations that don’t require lifting, and include pull-out drawers and trays and other accessories to increase usability. 1

7. Pick Aging-Friendly Appliances
Consider the design of stoves, dishwashers and refrigerators to minimize or eliminate hazards such as reaching over a hot burner to adjust the controls. Evaluate the design for usability by people with varying abilities and locate the appliances to minimize lifting or bending. For instance, placing a microwave oven above the range is an example of not planning for the future.

18. Two Sinks are Better Than One
Consider installing a second sink with a pullout spray faucet near the cooking area. Doing so is handy for filling a pot with water for boiling — and then emptying that pot without having to carry it across the kitchen.

19. Easy In, Easy Out
There should be at least one way to get into the home without having to use steps. Installing a zero-step entry into the house (and into a shower, as noted above and shown at right) solves two of the most challenging obstacles to creating an age-friendly home. If plans include adding a garage or new living space, consider options that will create an entry that can be used by someone using a wheelchair, pushing a baby stroller or dragging wheeled luggage.

20. Stack the Closets
If a home has multiple levels, locating the closets in the same location on each floor creates space for a future elevator shaft. It might sound extravagant, but more and more houses are including this feature and the cost is minimized when the space is already available. Also, installing an elevator is often an affordable option compared to the cost of selling a home and relocating. If an elevator isn’t needed, the house has two very useful closets.

21. One-Level Living
In an ideal world, all multistory homes would contain a full bath on the first or entry floor as well as a bedroom or room that could be converted into a bedroom. When building a new residence or renovating one, the existence of these two rooms are key to a home being aging friendly. Look at your home and the spaces in it. A den may become a first floor bedroom, permanently or during a convalescence. A playroom might evolve into an exercise room. You probably won’t anticipate all the future uses of your home, but the benefits of these improvements will be useful today and for many years.

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15 Clever Ways to Clear Off Your Counter Tops

Here is a great article recently published on HGTV.com with tips and tricks to clear off your counter tops. Click here for the whole article see our summary below.

  • Install the simple shelving from IKEA
  • Add a Vertical Layer over your sink
  • Stack linens neatly out of the way with this corner shelf from Joss & Main.
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For more ideas and pictures on saving space on your counter tops read the whole article on HGTV.com


Richardson, Texas Master Bathroom Remodel

Master Bathroom Remodel: Single Family Home - University Dr, Richardson, TX

The owners of this recently updated home in Richardson, TX, flipped by a local investor discovered some major issues in the master bathroom after the purchase as well as cosmetic irregularities the new home owner wanted to remove.

Some of the drains were not plumbed correctly and had a combination of positive slope and concrete in the drain pipe. The glass tile in the shower was not cut correctly and they want to remove a corner shower that was converted into a sauna. Additionally the hot water in the master bath took several minutes to get hot in the master shower and did not get as hot as the other bathrooms in the hous​e.

To correct both the cosmetics and defects Renowned Renovation completely redesigned the bathroom, added a loop and recirculating pump from the hot water heater, and eliminated the sauna. Eliminating the sauna made way for a double vanity with storage tower adding functionality to the master bathroom.​

After Renowned Renovation

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The countertop was selected from the Daltile One Quartz collection color Mar Blanc installed with white under mount sinks, Moen Rizon faucets, contemporary frameless mirrors, and simple vanity lights. The homeowner decided to keep the color scheme simple and stuck with a marble look porcelain tile from Daltile for both the shower walls and bathroom floor accent with a sky blue mosaic. Bye bye sauna hello soaker tub paired with a simple yet elegant filler.​

Sara 59" x 31.5" Soaking Bathtub by Wyndham Collection

Tiara Wall Mirror by Gatco

Moen Arris Pressure Balance Shower Faucet Trim with Lever Handle

Moen Arris Pressure Balance Shower Faucet Trim with Lever Handle

Stockholm 3-Light Vanity Light

Lesteter Ceramic Rectangular Undermount Bathroom Sink with Overflow

GLASS HORIZONS ™ - MOSAIC TILE from Daltile

FLORENTINE ™. GLAZED PORCELAIN CARRARA from Daltile

Before Renowned Renovation

This Master Bathroom Remodel-Richardson TX was recently updated by a home flipping company. There were some major issues discovered by the new owners after the purchase as well as cosmetic irregularities the new home owner wanted to remove. To start the drains were not plumbed correctly and had a combination of positive slope and concrete in the drain pipe. The glass tile in the shower was cut poorly, they converted the old corner shower into a sauna that goes unused, and the hot water took several minutes to make it to the master shower and did not get as hot as the other bathrooms in the house.

To correct these issues both cosmetic and defective we completely redesigned the bathroom, added a loop and recirculating pump from the hot water heater, and eliminated the sauna. Eliminating the sauna for a double vanity with storage tower we added functionality to the master. The countertop was selected from the Daltile One Quartz collection color Mar Blanc installed with white under mount sinks, Moen Rizon faucets, contemporary frameless mirrors, and simple vanity lights. The homeowner decided to keep the color scheme simple and stuck with a marble look porcelain tile from Daltile for both the shower walls and bathroom floor accent with a sky blue mosaic. Bye bye sauna hello soaker tub paired with a simple yet elegant filler.

After Master Bathroom Remodel Richardson TX

After Master Bathroom Remodel Richardson TX

Before Master Bathroom Remodel Richardson TX

Before Master Bathroom Remodel Richardson TX

360 Degree Interactive Tour: Bathroom Condo After Remodeling

360 Degree Interactive Tour of High-rise Condo Bathroom Remodel

Produced by Bither Braun Studios this virtual tour provides a complete interactive 360 tour of the bathroom our team created with and built for the owner of an upscale condominium in the The Travis at Katy Trail so you can navigate through the remodeled physical space as if you were really there in person.

Let the team at Renowned Renovation create your new bathroom and transform it into a Spa experience.

For your free in-home consultation:

  • Call  (972) 232-7122. Phones answered 24/7.
  • Fill out our contact form and we will call you. Be sure to let us know the best to time to contact you.

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Kitchen Fire Restoration: Lakemont-Dr, Dallas TX 75209

See the Kitchen Fire Restoration of this Dallas Home.

Before and After Kitchen Fire Restoration by Renowned Renovation.

Before and After Kitchen Fire Restoration by Renowned Renovation.

Amazing Job! Professional, Prompt. 5 Stars!

I live in California and my mother who lives in Dallas recently had a fire her kitchen. Fournatelty no one was hurt, but mom is a senior citizen and needed help getting the damage fixed so she could move back in.

Work kept me from being able to spend the time in Dallas helping her. Luckily, I found Renowned Renovation online and after checking out their work, reviews and ratings I contacted them.

It was amazing. It was like they just rode in on white horses and restored everything! They were super responsive, considerate of my mother, stayed in touch, sent me pictures during the reconstruction and did job quickly. Thanks to Tyler and his team my mother is back home and enjoying her new kitchen!

I would highly recommend them if you are looking a great Remodeling Team that delivers on what they promise.

Kevin K. 
Dallas Kitchen Restoration Client                

Kitchen Fire Restoration

After a kitchen fire the homeowner’s son needed help with the Kitchen Fire Restoration so she could move back in. Only problem, he lives in California and her house is in Dallas.

He contacted Renovation after researching local remodeling companies based on our reviews and after remodeling pictures.He asked to do the best job a quick as we could! So we did and we stayed in touch with our homeowner’s mobile app, through phone calls and shared photos.

Declare Your Independence and the Freedom to Dream

This 4th Declare Your Independence by Design and Freedom to Dream!

The most well-designed rooms always have an element of the “unexpected”. So, this 4th, declare your Independence with exciting breakthrough design!

Meet Melissa Blassingille; she recently joined the Renowned Renovation team to head up our Dallas Design Services. She specializes in working with condo, townhome, and residential homeowners in Dallas.

If you are ready to transform your old bathroom or kitchen or just getting started thinking about your remodeling project Melissa can help you turn your ideas into reality.

Melissa Blassingille is Renowned Renovation's in-house Design Consultant

Melissa Blassingille
Design Consultant

It all starts with a phone consultation, followed by a free in-home estimate.

Once we start making your dream room come to life Melissa will continue to support your project with planning, schematics, selecting finishes and how to access to our secure website with all of the details of you project.

Meanwhile here are great resources to help you Go Fourth and get your creative juice flowing:

Call Melissa today to Declare Your Independent and Freedom to Dream! (972) 232-7122

Townhouse Kitchen Remodeling | Hugo Place at State Thomas Uptown Dallas,Texas 75204
Townhouse Remodeling | State Thomas - Uptown Dallas, Texas Owner's Review Contact us for a free consultation and estimate today.
High-Rise Condo: Master Bathroom Remodel | Travis at Katy Trail, Dallas,Texas 75205
High-Rise Condo Master Bathroom Remodeling | The Travis at Katy Trail | Dallas Texas The owner of this luxury The[...]

The most well-designed rooms always have an element of the “unexpected”. So, this 4th, declare your Independence with exciting breakthrough design!

Townhouse Kitchen Remodeling | Hugo Place at State Thomas Uptown Dallas,Texas 75204

Townhouse Kitchen Remodel | State Thomas District - Uptown Dallas Area

Townhouse Kitchen Remodel Dallas

The owners of this beautiful 4 story corner unit town-home in the State Thomas Area in Uptown Dallas wanted to update their townhouse kitchen with new counter-tops, wood floors and painted.

Renowned Renovation replaced the old counter-tops, sinks, lights, and backsplash. Prepped , primed, and painted cabinets. Fabricated and installed Butcher Block Counter for Island. Installed new finished oak hardwood floors to match existing.

After Renowned Renovation

I love my new kitchen and I would hire Renowned Renovation again. I highly recommend them for your interior remodeling project.

Why? 1) Excellent work, 2)Punctual, 3) Good Communication, 4) Reasonable Price, 5) Cleaned-up Afterwards, 6) Considerate of my Neighbors, 7) Followed HOA Rules, 8) Stand-by Their Work."

Tonya L
State Thomas Area Townhouse Owner and HOA Member

Before Renowned Renovation


Townhouse Remodeling | State Thomas – Uptown Dallas, Texas

Owner’s Review

I wanted to remodel the kitchen in our State Thomas District townhouse in the Uptown Dallas area. Through search I found Renowned Renovation along with 2 or 3 other contractors on HomeAdvisor.com and Houzz.com. They were very professional setting up an appointment for a free in-home estimate.

They showed up at the designated time and provided me with a estimate quickly. I had a “vision” in mind and Tyler and Michael made many design suggestions that I hadn’t considered and really added to the overall results. I greatly appreciated their input. Although the price was a little more than the others, I chose Renowned Renovation for my kitchen remodeling project after careful consideration of all the proposals I received.

Key among the deciding factors were Renowned Renovation’s reviews, ratings and “before-and-after” pictures. Tyler was the Supervisor fro my project and my daily contact person. He was great to work with, particularly considering the fact that he had to work around a furnished home and my travel schedule. I had a little bit of a problem with a painting sub-contractor but Tyler and his crew took care of everything.

I love my new kitchen and I would hire Renowned Renovation again. I highly recommend them for your interior remodeling project. Why? 1) Excellent work, 2)Punctual, 3) Good communication, 4) Reasonable price, 5) Cleaned up afterwards, 6) Considerate of my neighbors, 7) Followed HOA rules, 8) Stand by their work.”

Tony L. Townhouse Owner and HOA Member

Tonya L 

Contact us for a free consultation and estimate today.

High-Rise Condo: Master Bathroom Remodel | Travis at Katy Trail, Dallas,Texas 75205

Hi-Rise Condo Remodeling Master Bathroom | The Travis at Katy Trail | Dallas Texas

Condo Remodeling: New Master Bathroom with Steamroom

Master Bath - Personal Spa After a Renowned Renovation

Renowned Renovations did a total master bathroom remodel project for me and it tuned out so much better than I thought it could.

Grant and Michael are great to work with, they are responsive and helped with every aspect of the project. They met several times in the beginning to walk through and plan my project, the estimate was up front and no changes or surprises were made during the project and at end they walked through to make sure all the small details were taken care of.

Several things brought me to rate them 5 stars, first was the skill of the people they choose to contract with. The tile guys, painters and plumbers really took honest pride in their work and detail and I could tell they were as invested in having a nicely done project as I was.

Second was their flexibility, this was my first experience with a remodel and they worked with me on every change I wanted to make, even when some of the original job was already done for example the tile floor for the shower and the paint color which I changed several times.

I am having them do 2 more remodel jobs in my home which is the biggest compliment I could give. The plumbing company sent the wrong faucet to my home for the plumbers to install and despite it being installed they took care of getting it done right and changed it out which required re-cutting into the thole they just finished and didn't charge me at all. To the finish of the project they continued to finalize all the small details to make sure I was happy with the work and the design.

Brian R
High-Rise Condo Owner and HOA Member

After Renowned Renovation

360 Degree Virtual Tour After Remodeling

Master Bath Before Renowned Renovation


Before Pictures

High-Rise Condo Master Bathroom Remodeling | The Travis at Katy Trail | Dallas Texas

The owner of this luxury The Travis high-rise condo in the heart of the popular Knox District neighborhood wanted to update his master bathroom and transform it into his own personal spa, We designed a room designed to intensify the daily shower experience with a steam shower, chromatherapy and multiple showerheads that provide a relaxing steam with a massage like a soft summer rain or a Swedish masseuse on steroids.

We managed the client’s project using our Interior Remodeling ​Platform powered by BuilderTrend that allowed us to communicate and collaborate on design, selections, budgets, change orders, calendar and to-do lists.

Renowned Renovations did a total master bathroom remodel project for me and it tuned out so much better than I thought it could.

Grant and Michael are great to work with, they are responsive and helped with every aspect of the project. They met several times in the beginning to walk through and plan my project, the estimate was up front and no changes or surprises were made during the project and at end they walked through to make sure all the small details were taken care of.

Several things brought me to rate them 5 stars, first was the skill of the people they choose to contract with. The tile guys, painters and plumbers really took honest pride in their work and detail and I could tell they were as invested in having a nicely done project as I was.

Second was their flexibility, this was my first experience with a remodel and they worked with me on every change I wanted to make, even when some of the original job was already done for example the tile floor for the shower and the paint color which I changed several times.

I am having them do 2 more remodel jobs in my home which is the biggest compliment I could give. The plumbing company sent the wrong faucet to my home for the plumbers to install and despite it being installed they took care of getting it done right and changed it out which required re-cutting into the thole they just finished and didn’t charge me at all. To the finish of the project they continued to finalize all the small details to make sure I was happy with the work and the design.

Brian R. Condo Owner & HOA Member @ The Travis

For your free consultation call (972) 232-7122, visit our online booking page or our contact page.

 

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