This family of four wanted to open and update the living spaces of their Colonial home, built in 1900. Not only did the first floor have four different types of flooring, but it had varying ceiling heights which contributed to the choppy look and feel.
Home renovation is a big decision for homeowners, as it involves not just money but also time and energy. When it comes to renovating a house, the key is to find a reliable and professional contractor who can understand the needs and deliver results that meet the expectations of the homeowners. One such contractor is Sterling Homes, who recently completed a home renovation project for a family of four in Burlington.
As part of a major home renovation and addition, Sterling Homes remodeled the dated kitchen at this home in Burlington, MA. Upgrades included top-of-the-line appliances, porcelain countertops and backsplash, a custom Pantry as well as a beverage center in the island.
When it comes to kitchen remodeling ideas, the choices can often seem overwhelming. However, working your way through these choices boils down to a deceptively simple question: Do you prefer traditional or contemporary kitchen designs?
This young family found the not-quite-perfect 1930's house in the perfect neighborhood in Marblehead, MA. After seeing the beautiful work and getting a glowing recommendation from a happy Sterling Homes client in Andover, MA, they tapped Russell Busa and the Sterling Homes team to bring their dream home to life.
If you want to change your home, your other option besides remodeling is to find a new one. But more and more American families are deciding to stay put and improve their existing home. According to the National Association of Homebuilders, here are some of the reasons...