Baltimore Gutter Repair Service
Baltimore Gutter Service Reisterstown Maryland

Baltimore Home Remodeling

Our home remodeling services include:
  • Pre-Construction
  • Residential Construction
  • Design/Build

Our projects include kitchens, bedrooms, bathrooms and more:

  • Kitchen remodels and kitchen renovations

  • Bathroom remodels

  • Master bedroom suites

  • Master baths

  • Whole house remodels

  • Additions

  • Garage additions

  • Basement conversions

  • Decks

  • Outbuilding remodels

  • Interior and exterior renovations

  • Siding and Windows

  • Concrete Slabs and Sidewalks



The best place to start with any remodeling project is the budget. Not only will it have a big impact on the type of materials you select for your bathroom renovation, it will also help you set the boundaries of your design. Define the role and requirements of the new bathroom. Remodeling a bathroom involves more than the positioning of basic fixtures such as the bath, basin and toilet. Make sure your plan allows for plenty of floor for wall space and for extras such as towel rack and mirror. Some of the most effective updating in a bathroom can also be the easiest and the cheapest. Small items suck as the hardware, faucet handles and shower-heads, can make a big impact. Be sure to use the same finish such as stainless steel to keep the room looking cohesive. Tiling the floor is one of the main parts of the overall attractiveness of your bathroom.

When building a garage there are many factors you have to consider such as obtaining permits, local building codes and placement of the garage according to county or city property line restrictions. You also have to decide whether you want a one car, two car, or even a three car garage. The lot size and homeowner's budget are generally the limiting factors.  Detached garages must also be set back from other buildings by a minimum of eight feet, but this must be confirmed with local building offices as the codes vary. One important consideration is the roof overhang. Eave and gable end overhangs are typically 12" - 24" and must be considered when determining garage size and placement. Wall heights, concrete slabs and garage doors will have be determined as well.