There are a lot of reasons that homeowners are hesitant to reach out to companies who could provide exceptional skills for their remodeling projects. In some cases, homeowners simply don’t know who to call. They may know that they need plumbing fixtures but beyond heading to their local hardware store, they’re not sure where to start, who to call, or what to do.
At Mission West Kitchen & Bath, we have the experience needed to handle your project from start to finish. Whether you already have a design in mind and simply need someone to make it a reality, or you’re starting from nothing and need us to steer you in the right direction, we can help. When you call us at (626) 799-3503, one of the things we’ll be trying to figure out is what type of remodeling project you’re considering. Here are the most common types of remodeling projects with a simple definition. Hopefully this will help you feel more comfortable calling and getting started.
Partial remodels focus on specific parts of your home
In a partial remodel, you’re looking to replace specific items or appliances. For example, you may want to update the countertop, faucet, or toilet in your bathroom. In a partial remodel, you’re not making major changes to the layout of a room but you are changing out parts of it that you don’t like.
A basic renovation uses lower end materials
A basic renovation also won’t make major changes to the layout of the room you’re trying to improve, and it generally doesn’t do much to change the structure of the room either. For the most part, it will use products you can find as-is, lower end materials, and just one sink.
A mid-range project uses better quality products
In a mid-range project, a homeowner generally focuses on using higher quality products. This may include upgraded flooring materials, several sinks, fixtures, faucets, and other features. In some cases, it may involve adding large features like a bigger shower or a medicine cabinet.
An upscale remodel is just what it sounds like
As you might imagine, an upscale remodel uses higher quality materials. However, there are other differences too. For example, it may include totally redesigning the layout and structure of the room you’re remodeling it. This could allow you to decide that you want fixtures in different locations and it may even result in a larger room when all is said and done. It might involve more tile, two sinks and vanities, custom appliances, and upgrades to the plumbing system.
No matter what type of project you’re considering, or whether you’re ready to start tomorrow or you still have a lot to figure out, Mission West Kitchen & Bath is here to help. Contact us today at (626) 799-3503 and let us get started on your remodeling project.