Remodeling

Remodels are a large part of what we do at BMR Homes. Sometimes making a few minor changes to your home can completely change the look and feel. Other times, you may need major changes to achieve the results you’re looking for. Many times only small changes are needed like changing the paint color or painting your cabinets, but there are times when you want a more dramatic change.

Kitchen and Bath Remodeling

The two rooms used the most in a home, and that adds the most value when remodeled, are the kitchen and the bathrooms. In most homes, especially in the South, the kitchen is the gathering place for the family to meet and discuss their day. As for the bathroom, well we know why that’s an important room. Your kitchen and bathrooms should reflect your personality while meeting the needs of your family.

We can help with that by doing some of these few things:

  • Redesigning the space to fit your everyday needs
  • Installing new cabinets
  • Installing new countertops
  • Changing the paint color
  • Changing the flooring
  • Changing lighting
  • Updating or changing your plumbing fixtures
  • Adding electrical outlets

Let us turn the two most important rooms in your home, into the oasis you’ve always wanted!

Basement and Attic Remodeling

Basements and attics have the greatest raw potential in your home. You can add tremendous value to your home by making the square footage livable, and putting it to good use.

There are so many ways to put your unused basement and attic space to good use for your family:

  • A man cave or home theatre
  • A playroom
  • An additional bedroom
  • An office or craft room

A remodel to your attic can be a benefit to you even if the space isn’t right for a major remodel. We can help you save money by installing Attic Cat insulation, a product proven to help your home stay cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter.

  • Some remodels may not be possible. EGRESS codes must be met.*
Whole House Remodeling

Whole home remodels can be stressful, but can also be a lot of fun. Whether you purchase a home and want to make it your own, you want to update your forever home to fit your growing needs or your home has been damaged by a fire or storm; we are here to work with you. These remodels usually carry a great deal of emotion and can often be time consuming, but creating a relationship with our customers helps the projects run a little smoother.

Whole home remodels are exactly what you would think; your whole home is being worked on in one-way or another:

  • Gutting the whole home and remodeling
  • Painting the whole home along with remodeling an kitchen or bathroom
  • Moving walls to make more space in living areas
  • Expanding your home to accommodate an attic or basement addition

We know the little details are often the most important, and we’ll help you every step of the way. Our goal is to make sure you’re happy with the outcome of the project, no matter how detailed it may be. This remodel is supposed to be fun, and we’ll make sure you have it!

Aging in Place and Traumatic Injury Modification

What are Aging In Place and Traumatic Injury Modifications?

It simply means remaining in one’s home safely, independently and comfortably, regardless of age or ability level. It means the pleasure of living in a familiar environment throughout one’s maturing years, and the ability to enjoy the daily rituals and the special events that enrich our lives. It means the reassurance of being able to call a house a “home” for a lifetime. – NAHB

As we all know, our bodies are constantly changing and anything can happen at a moments notice. Whether from age, accident or illness, it may become more difficult for us to live in our homes overtime. In fact, one of the biggest obstacles to a person with physical limitations is often their own home. Countertops and cabinets that once worked are now too high, most doors are too narrow, bathrooms may be difficult to maneuver, and stairs can restrict access to the rest of your home.

  • Doors may need to be widened to accommodate walkers or wheel chairs
  • Hallways may need to be widened
  • Ramps installed
  • Redesign kitchens and bathrooms
  • Adding grab-bars where needed in tubs, showers and toilet areas
  • No step entryways
  • One story living modifications

Or simple changes like:

  • Installing non-slip surfaces in bathtubs
  • New lighting
  • Lever door handles

Some of these issues are simple to solve, while others may require a more costly renovation, either way BMR Homes is ready to help. By working together we can come up with a plan to enhance your quality of life.

**Chris is a Certified Aging in Place Specialist (CAPS)**