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Whole house remodeling can dramatically transform your home, giving it a fresh look, feel, and layout.
Unlike a simple home renovation to update interior design features, whole house remodeling is a larger-scale project. In general, it means most of the house will be changed. Whole house remodeling typically involves gutting rooms from top to bottom and reconfiguring spaces or adding square footage to improve layout and functionality.
It’s a good option for growing families, and it’s often the most cost-effective choice for older homes that haven’t been updated in decades—if ever.
Planning a Whole House Remodel
Whether you’re remodeling a home that has been in the family for generations or flipping a home to earn cash, whole house remodeling requires careful planning and budgeting.
Your project should be well-thought-out and researched. Here are some important considerations: