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4 Ways To Increase Your Home's Value

Almost every home owner considers remodeling their house at one point or another. Although the reason’s may vary, increasing their home’s value is usually a perk that comes with renovating. At McHenry Remodeling we can guide you through the remodeling process and help you decide which projects would increase your home’s value, some of these projects would include:

Kitchen Remodeling Myths

A Kitchen Remodel Doesn’t Add Value to My Home-

This could not be further from the truth. Remodeling the kitchen, in fact, adds more value than doing work on any other room. The more worn or out of style your current kitchen is the more value should be gained from remodeling it. The better and more extensive the changes you make the more you should be able to add to your asking price when the day comes to sell.

Remodeling a Kitchen Is Just Too Expensive-

Summer Home Improvement Projects

Now that summer is just around the corner, it may be time to upgrade certain parts of your home. Some of the most popular summer home improvement projects are:

1. Window Replacement

Old windows are a main cause of heat loss during the winter months. They result in higher heating costs and lower levels of indoor comfort. If frigid air is seeping through during the colder months, it’s probably time to call McHenry Remodeling for a window replacement. From the initial assessment of a homeowner’s needs to measuring, ordering, and installation, we handle it all.

Perks To A Walk-In Shower

Its time to remodel your master bathroom and you’ve been trying to decide whether you should replace your old bath and shower with a modern walk-in shower. In addition to their minimalist design and easy accessibility, there are other benefits, like:

More Space-

There’s an abundance of space in a walk-in shower, which also makes it more easily accessible. This type of shower would be an ideal choice for families with small children or elderly with wheelchairs.

Design Options-

Beautiful Bathroom Renovation

This spacious bathroom remodel is comfortable and functional. The toilet and walk in shower are in their own spaces and are separated from the Custom Espresso Rustic Finish Alder Vanity and Victoria & Albert Toulhouse Freestanding Tub. We installed Perla Venata Quartzite Countertops with a 6” backsplash for the vanity. In the bedroom we installed an Andersen Gliding Door that opens to the new deck. The new custom walk-in closet was finished with Delta Frost Glass.

TimberTech Decking

TimberTech is a composite decking material made of wood and plastic polymers that have many of the benefits of wood with few of wood’s disadvantages. It is thick enough to withstand wear and impact but is not vulnerable to splitting, warping, excess shrinkage, loose or missing knots, decay or insect damage. TimberTech capped composites are blended with high quality raw material and UV-inhibiting pigments to minimize fade and produce products consistent in color.

Give Your Old Kitchen A New Life

Your kitchen is the most used room in the house, among cooking, eating, and cleaning, we spend a lot of time in there. Between aging and becoming inconvenient, it may be time to renovate your kitchen. Chances are that you’re missing out on a lot of new modern features that so many homeowners love! At McHenry Remodeling we guarantee to give your old kitchen a new life.

If durability, convenience, and aesthetic appeal are some of your concerns then adding some of these may be the right addition for your kitchen.

Bathroom And Shower Design Trends

Your bathroom should be a place for relaxation and rejuvenation, your own personal spa! With so many bathroom and shower trends on the market today it can be hard to decide what type of look you want to go for. Let McHenry Remodeling help you design a shower that is tailored to your needs.

Using tiles gives you a chance to get creative with your bathroom and give it a unique appearance, plus using large format tiles in floors creates fewer grout joints.

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