Every time we get asked to expand the square footage of the home, the first place we look is to the attic. Many homes have unfinished spaces in their attics that can increase the living space and the market value of the home. With most of the space already framed, typically we are able to save on the demolition and framing costs normally associated with home additions. This 3rd-floor walk-up attic addition was no exception, though it was not without its customizations!
These homeowners contacted us to renovate the mudroom and bathroom in their Chapel Hill home. Their existing mudroom cabinetry was not meeting the unique needs of their family. After listening closely to their needs and wants, we created a semi-custom cabinet design that would maximize their storage capacity while meeting the needs specific to their family.
In our latest kitchen remodel in Durham, NC, we were careful to preserve the heritage of this late 20th-Century home. Every detail from the custom-color cabinets with champagne bronze fixtures to the heart pine hardwood floors was chosen to enhance historical architectural details like the historic molding around the windows and doors. Read on to learn the specific details that make this kitchen unique.
It is not uncommon for clients to ask us to to remove the tub to make room for an enlarged shower in their primary bathroom. In a recent primary bathroom remodel in Durham, NC, the homeowners’ request to enlarge the shower went above and beyode the usual. Read on to learn how we outfitted their shower with the latest and greatest technology.
Our latest primary bathroom remodel in Mebane, NC took a standard bathroom from the late 80s/early 90s era and brought it into the present day. We kept the layout of the space the same but replaced everything from the floor to the ceiling. Read on to learn how the surface selection elevated the space!
We are pleased to present this laundry and hall bathroom remodel in Chapel Hill. Read on to learn how we provided this home’s laundry room and hall bath with a fresh new look.
This whole house renovation project on Ridge Lane in Hillsborough was the epitome of a top to bottom redo! From start to finish, it went very smoothly with few surprises. We credit good planning and design choices, as well as our hard-working and talented team to completing the job with beautiful results.
One interesting thing about this home is its history. This home was built in the 1950s and was in desperate need of some updates to the kitchen and baths, as well as the flooring, flow, and storage options throughout.
Housing Solutions, Inc. brings home two HBA Awards!
The team at Housing Solutions, Inc., is proud to announce we won two awards from the Home Builders Association of Durham, Orange and Chatham Counties (HBA). Read on to learn more about each of these two award-winning projects.
In our latest primary bathroom remodel in Hillsborough, NC, the homeowner used bold accents to create a modern aesthetic. Read on to learn what choices made the biggest impact and to see the before and after images of this unique project!
In our latest kitchen renovation, the homeowners liked the existing footprint of their space but were looking to upgrade its appearance, function, and storage capacity. Though we installed a backsplash and new quartz countertops, the semi-custom cabinets made the most impact in this Chapel Hill kitchen remodel. Read on to learn about the custom features that make these new kitchen cabinets unique.