Reconstruction of Your Home
To most, reconstruction can be easily confused with remodeling. The definition of reconstruction is, “the act or process of building something that was damaged or destroyed”. Basically, it means you are reconstructing your home to bring it back to its original state prior to damage. Reconstruction can also mean extending your home or adding an “addition”, which is all dependent on whom you ask. Remodeling refers more to a desire to improve or update your surrounding living quarters, either interior or exterior.
Damage by natural disasters, like snow storms, earthquakes or flooding, will leave your home needing reconstruction, from something like erecting or repairing an interior wall or thawing interior pipes to replacing your damaged carpet –and, as needed, demolition and disposal of hazardous materials. Either way, reconstruction is not for the “do-it-yourself-ers”, as it requires knowledge, organization and years of experience. Prior to major reconstruction projects, check with your city’s current building codes, as they may not have the same regulations now, as when the home was built. Reconstruction of your home may vary from room to room, can be time consuming, messy and could put you out of your home for a brief time.
Interior (or Exterior) Remodeling
Do you want to change the interior of your home, but don’t look forward to the complicated, time-consuming process of interior remodeling? If so, we are just what you need. Remodeling is one of the most effective things you can do to improve the quality and value of your home. GEM not only can be your yard maintenance provider, we can also provide interior remodeling. Focusing on providing you with outstanding customer service, a worry-free remodeling experience and quality construction work. A successful project requires a organized schedule, great design, quality materials, with knowledgeable and attentive supervision, plus skilled craftsmen. The end result is to provide you with better home environment for both functionality and aesthetics. Another thing to keep in mind when remodeling, especially in Anchorage, is the weather. Generally, winter can be the perfect time to remodel a kitchen or bathroom, or finish your basement. Save the major projects like, roofs or additions for the summer, but it is never too early to plan ahead. Any exterior work is better left for dry days.
Here are a few things we can help you remodel:
The list goes on, so if you are unsure of where to start, just call GEM at 907-223-4666 and let us get the ball rolling!