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Signs It's Time to Remodel Your Home

Last updated 7 years ago

A home is lived in and loved. Over time it gains character, but it can also pick up a few quirks along the way. If your family has grown, then chances are your home has appeared to get a little smaller with the years. Home additions or a complete home remodel can help to alleviate any issues you’re facing with your house while adding beauty and function.


  • Your house suddenly feels small: If things are getting a little cramped, then it’s time to plan home additions. Adding a new bathroom, remodeling your old one, or expanding the master bedroom suite can transform a house. Home additions often increase your property value as well. 
  • Your kitchen feels outdated: Many families spend most of their time congregated in the kitchen, so why not make it the nicest room in the house?  Upgrading your cabinets and adding fresh appliances can make this room really stand out. Aged cabinets and small, inefficient space take away key factors that make a kitchen desirable. If your kitchen needs more room for you and your family, then choose updates and additions for your space. 
  • Your house is getting older: An old house is like any other material item—it won’t get any younger and sooner rather than later is when to repair or replace parts of your home. A home remodel can extend the life of your house far beyond what simple maintenance can accomplish. 
  • Your utility costs grow more each year: An inefficient home loses energy and costs you money every year. Remodeling your home with newer and more efficient materials can increase your savings by lowering your energy use and in turn your utility bill. 

The William Gordon Group can take on your home remodeling project from start to finish for a beautiful end result. Visit our website to browse our completed projects or give us a call at (317) 353-3759 today.


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