Home Remodel


Because of the size and scope of whole house renovations, they require much more planning and design considerations than other types of projects. Whole house projects are ideal for situations such as:

  • You love your neighborhood and home, but your home either needs modernization, you need more room, or a different configuration of rooms.
  • You love your neighborhood and would move to another home in the area, but can’t find one you like.
  • You’ve been looking to move into a neighborhood but can’t find a home you feel is exactly right for you. However, you find one that is close but needs a major renovation to make it perfect.
  • You find a home on a nice piece of property, in an area you want to move to, but the house is nowhere near what you want. You could knock it down and build a new one. However, if you do this, your taxes will go up a great deal more than if you do a whole house renovation. Also, you will need to conform to more current building or zoning requirements that you may not need to if you are renovating an existing home.
  • Housing and land prices have become high enough in your area that it is more economical to do a whole house renovation than buy a new home, especially considering the costs of moving.


Once you have decided to undertake a whole house renovation, it is important to understand that these projects are also more complex to manage. At Metro Building and Remodeling Group (MBRG), we work with our clients through every step of the custom home renovation experience.

Planning & Design

Whole house renovations offer you the opportunity to rework every part of your home. You can go beyond having your dream kitchen or primary suite; you can have your dream home. You can reimagine your home to fit you perfectly now and consider how you will use your home down the road.


Whole house renovations can be done faster and sometimes less expensively (project cost-wise) if no one is living in your home at the time and more so if your home is empty. However, moving your things to a temporary home or into storage and renting a home or apartment to live in during the project will need to be factored into your cost considerations.


Because of the size and scope of most whole house renovations, they tend to cost more than most other types of home projects. The cost of a whole house renovation is based on many things, such as the home’s size, configuration, and condition. It can vary depending on whether the project is a renovation, remodel, or combination project. Other factors include the level of finishes, products that will go into the home, the quality of design, quality of construction, quality of construction materials used, and more.

The best way to determine the likely costs of the whole house project you are considering is to talk to the company that will do the work. After discussing the general scope and nature of the project, they should be able to give you an idea of the project’s likely cost range.

Hiring the Right Building Firm is Critical

The building company you select is arguably the most critical decision you make that determines how smoothly and successfully your whole house project turns out. MBRG prides itself on being well qualified for whole house renovations. Please contact us today to discuss your next project.

Metro Building and Remodeling Group were very professional, always arrived on time and kept to schedule, and had great ideas. Plus, George and the team are super nice and friendly. I would unequivocally recommend MBRG!

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