#1 Historic Home Restoration in the Glendale MO Area
Buying a historic home is a thrilling and romantic thing to do. The charming wainscoting! The slightly curved original wooden floors! The banister staircase and stained glass windows and huge kitchen hearth! Once the thrill of these flights of fancies begins to fade, however, you're left with the dawning realization that getting your historic home into modern shape could mean a lot of work. Historic homes are gorgeous, but they're also drafty, are built in rambling fashion and have lots of small rooms. If you want the charm of a historic home without the antiquated aspects, it's time for an overhaul.
Of course, your home doesn't have to be technically "historic" to fit the bill for remodeling: If it's got lots of character that you want to keep, but lots of funkiness that you want to kick to the curb, it's time for a contractor who knows what they're doing. If you hadn't already guessed, that's us here at More for Less Remodeling.
Trustworthy Restoration Professionals Who Respect Your Home's History
If you're looking to bring your old home back to life with new touches, it's time to learn more about historic renovations. It's crucial to keep the old materials and construction details such as brick fireplaces, wide floorboards, large beams and original woodwork. Inexperienced contractors can remove or unintentionally damage these structures without realizing what they're doing, destroying the charming character that drew you to your home in the first place. That's why you need St. Louis's trustiest renovation experts at your side, every step of the way.
Moreover, costs can add up quickly in a historic home restoration. The remedy? A detailed bid with a complete list of materials and services needed to bring your home up to snuff, so that you aren't surprised later by additional costs. It would be a shame for your dream home to become a nightmare of extra time and money that you just can't afford.
Here at More for Less Remodeling we will discuss every aspect of the restoration, including:
- Your budget
- The parts of your home you love
- The parts you want to change
- How you want it to look from the inside out
By getting all of this on the table up-front, we have a much better chance of preserving our working relationship -- and the beauty of your home -- all the way through the process. No more unpleasant remodeling experiences. With us, it's always smooth sailing. Just ask our other clients!
Experienced Contractors, Professional Partnerships: More For Less Remodeling
When you restore a historic home, it takes more than simple know-how: It requires true love to get to the heart of that home's character, as well as the core vision you have for the renovation. Our experience with historic home rehabilitation means we're expert at nailing that core vision from the get-go.
From there, it's relatively simple to choose the right materials, decide on layouts and any additions, match your "new" house to your lifestyle and more. With us as your partner, your home of history will enter the modern age while retaining the charisma of days gone past.If you're ready to learn more about the renovation process, we invite you to get in touch today. We're always happy to take time for our clients, and you're no exception. Come find out more about how we can make your historic home dreams come true.