Whole House Renovations Done the Right Way

Maybe your family is growing, or maybe you want more space, just because. Maybe you love the location, but the house itself has only ever been “OK.” Maybe you’ve always had a vision for your house, but you never knew how to bring this vision to life. (After all, painting walls and adding endless pillows to furniture can only bring a space so far!)

Whatever your reason for wanting a whole house renovation, you’re in the right place. Talking to a design/build firm like mine is an excellent strategy.

A happy client talks about her whole house renovation

“We hired J.E.P. twice – once to remodel most of our home (literally) and secondly to build an in-law apartment for my ailing father. Both times, they were prompt, courteous, on-budget and professional. I would hire them again without reservation.”
Diane Giampa

A better approach to renovating an entire house…

Sometimes, instead of renovating one room at a time, it can be more efficient and economical to renovate the whole house at once. Of course, this can cause major disruption to your family’s life, especially if everyone vacates the house while it’s undergoing an entire renovation.

I know how stressful this can be. My job is to reduce the stress as much as possible. The design/build methodology ensures the fastest and smoothest journey from concept to completion, since one point of contact is managing the entire project.

Here’s a high-level overview of my design/build process for whole house renovations.

  • I begin by talking with you at great length

    I’ll answer your questions, learn about your vision and budget, assess your space, and share ideas.

  • Initial concepts and then a full-blown design come next

    The design will achieve your goals while adhering to your budget.

  • From there, I manage the entire build from start to finish

    This seamless continuity between designer and project manager ensures no (figurative) stone is left unturned and nothing falls through the cracks.

Take a deeper dive into
my design/build process.

I’d love to learn more about your project.