Remodel with Lemel Homes
There are plenty of reasons to remodel - love my neighborhood, love my neighbors, love my schools.
The materials and finishes you select for your bathroom make it the ideal place to get ready for the day ahead and wind down for some much-deserved rest. Lemel Homes can guide you through the remodeling process to ensure your bathroom is exactly what you want it to be.
- This bathroom housed a large whirlpool tub that the owners wanted to remove since they no longer used it.
- We replaced the tub with a large walk-in shower that features ceramic tile predominantly with stone tile for detail work.
- For the flooring, we used wood tile planks – an exciting new product that is one of the hottest trends in home remodeling.
- A new rain shower or body spray, temperature-controlled fixture system was installed as an upgrade from an outdated shower head.
- Floating shelves and custom cabinetry adorned the walls throughout the new bathroom.
Basement remodels often involve transforming raw space into living areas that match the rest of the house. Lemel Homes takes these projects a step further by making room for homeowners’ passions, whatever they may be.
- For this basement remodel, Lemel Homes converted 1,500 square feet into living area in a home the company originally built 11 years earlier.
- We matched the style and finishes of the rest of the home, including the cabinets found in the kitchen.
- One of the homeowners is an avid sewer, but she did not have the proper setting to practice her craft. Lemel Homes took care of that by adding a sewing room to the design of the new basement.
- The result of the remodel was a great living area with a sewing room, play area for grandchildren, an extra bathroom and an entertainment space.
Three decades is way too long to wait to remodel your kitchen. Lemel Homes knows how to deliver exactly what you want for your living space, and they can help you determine what you need from your home’s second life.
- This home is an octagon, creating unusual angles throughout the kitchen. Lemel Homes managed to design cabinetry that catered to this quirk.
- By eliminating the peninsula and adding a large island with seating, the kitchen now opens into a dining room with floor-to-ceiling display cases that feature a granite-wrapped gas fireplace.
- Although other homebuilders said a granite waterfall countertop wasn’t possible, Lemel Homes made it happen.
- The subterranean home also made it difficult to install a gas fireplace, but Lemel Homes brought this dream into reality for the homeowner.