A major remodel is sometimes called a "gut remodel" or down to the studs remodel. This type of remodeling usually consists of rearranging the floor plan, adding an addition, master suite or extension on the home, and generally includes new windows, electrical, plumbing, and HVAC systems.
We work in homes that are unoccupied. The best outcome is achieved when we can work with the client and designer collaboratively to develop the scope of work, floorplan, the specifications, and timeline for the project to start or be completed.
Every project starts with a budget. Then we craft the project to the client's budget. Sometimes the project has to be done in phases for the budget and construction costs to align.
We guide you through the entire building process and help you make informed choices with confidence.
Colorful Craftsman in Oak Forest
Character and warmth in historic Oak Forest neighborhood. Refreshing exterior color choice gives way to superbly-designed features such as a tiled fireplace, custom built-in cabinets, and a spectacular master bathroom.
Striking Mid-Century Contemporary
Abundant windows invite the outdoors in. A striking façade, open living spaces, and highly-functional design appeals to the needs of the modern homebuyer.
Amazing remodel in Houston Heights
This one-hundred-year-old Houston Heights two-story duplex converted to a fabulous single-family home. This fantastic home will live on for at least another hundred years with the remarkable chef’s kitchen, open floor plan, and spa-like owner’s retreat.
If you’re looking for a charming area that’s not too far from downtown, features several unique establishments, and has homes that burst with character, there’s one neighborhood that ranks above the rest: Houston Heights.
This Knollwood Village ranch revitalized by contemporary features and modern craftmanship. Opened up, exposing an open floor plan and large, entertainer's kitchen - this light and bright home is ready for all your summer guests.
Among the more than 600 homes in Knollwood Village, you’ll find a mix of 50s–style ranches and new, custom homes sitting on 6,000 – 10,000 square lots. You’ll also find a tight-knit community, where residents enjoy neighborhood events, holiday cheer, and several nearby amenities for dining and entertainment.