Is a Whole Home Renovation Right for You?

If interest rates have you reconsidering a new home purchase, you might be like many other families who’ve decided to stay where they are and embark on a large-scale or whole home renovation.  This dream home investment enables you to:          

  • Update your living space to meet current – and future – lifestyle needs
  • Refresh your exterior and interior with new, on-trend aesthetically pleasing choices
  • Create better home design functionality and optimize the layout of your home

Another scenario we see is the client who has found an out-of-date “fixer upper” in a prime, desirable location.  The neighborhood is a “10” but the house needs a major upgrade, or is a full tear-down and rebuild, to make it work for your needs.  If either scenario sounds like you, keep reading!

Whatever your vision for your home, Timberlake Design/Build can turn it into reality.

We have helped homeowners just like you to transform inadequate, dated houses into beautiful dream homes. From a complete tear-down and rebuild to undertaking a large-scale/whole-house renovation, Timberlake has the capability to tackle large, complicated building projects with the care, attention to detail, and construction knowledge required to deliver a successful, and beautiful renovation.

Benefits of a Whole Home Renovation.

Make it Yours:

Our experienced and dedicated team, including an in-house interior designer, will help you design and create spaces that perfectly suit your lifestyle, tastes, and needs. This can range from the layout and functionality of rooms to aesthetic choices like colors, materials, and finishes. 

Increased Home Value:

A complete home renovation can significantly increase the value of your property.

Improved Functionality & Livability:

Renovating allows you to optimize the layout and flow of your home – add or remove walls, expand spaces, and create multi-functional areas that enhance your daily living experience.

Modernized Mechanical and Appliances:

Upgrading electrical, plumbing, and heating/cooling systems ensures they are up-to-date, safe, and efficient. Installing modern appliances will also enhance the convenience and functionality of your home.

Addressing Structural Issues:

A full renovation will help you identify and fix any underlying structural problems, such as foundation issues, roof damage, or outdated wiring. This ensures the long-term safety and stability of your home.

Healthier Living Environment:

Updating materials to non-toxic, eco-friendly options can improve indoor air quality. Additionally, addressing mold, mildew, and other potential health hazards during renovation contributes to a healthier living space.

Adaptability for Future Needs:

Renovating with future needs in mind, such as aging-in-place modifications or creating flexible spaces, ensures your home can adapt to your changing lifestyle over time.  Multi-Gen designs are hugely popular today and we can help you build that capability into your new renovation.

Final thoughts.

Overall, a whole home renovation is a significant investment that can lead to a more enjoyable, functional, and valuable living space.  You’ll want to choose a builder that can provide the careful planning, budgeting, and coordination you’ll need to tackle a complex project such as a tear-down/rebuild or whole home renovation. 

Explore our website to see examples of our whole home renovation work, read testimonials and watch videos on our approach.   Contact us today to schedule your free consultation!