Our approach to renovation
We are involved in every step of your renovation project. Whether you know exactly what you want or need some help deciding what to do, Zaruba Construction is ready to help.
- Our bathroom was outdated and, without a shower, not functional for our family. We wanted to open up the room, modernize it, and add a shower.
- Our remodel consisted of removing the upper cabinet, replacing the vanity, lighting, toilet, and fixtures, and adding a large tile shower where the bathtub and window had been.See more photos
- Watch here for updates as we continue to remodel our 1970s home. Here are just a few of the things we have planned:
- Open up the floor plan by expanding existing openings.
- Brighten up the home by replacing old, dark doors and mismatched dark trim with white doors and trim.
- Increase our home's energy efficiency by replacing old windows.
- Remodel our kitchen with new flooring, cabinets, and countertops.
renovations & Repairs
- If you just need more space in your current home, an addition can be a relatively easy fix. Adding on extra bedrooms, bathrooms, an office, or a sunroom – or even adding space to an existing room – allows you to create a new feeling of space in your home. We place a high importance on keeping the construction process out of your living area as much as possible while completing your addition.
- Kitchen and Bathroom Remodeling
- Kitchens and bathrooms add the most value to a home, and there’s a reason for that: People spend a lot of time in these rooms utilizing the features available. An updated kitchen or bathroom will not only make living in your home more comfortable, but it can also increase your resale value.
- Exterior Upgrades
- Replacing faded siding, cracking shingles, and deteriorating decks boosts your home's curb appeal and its efficiency. Putting off some of these jobs can ultimately lead to bigger problems, such as water damage.
- Window and Door Replacement
- With energy tax credits available, now is a great time to replace drafty old windows and doors. If you're looking for more light in the basement, or just want to turn a spare room into a bedroom that meets safety codes, you may want to consider replacing small windows with egress windows.
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