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How to grow your home in 2012

By . December 30th, 2011. Posted in Uncategorized

With the new year approaching quickly — as in days away — you may start thinking about what 2012 will hold and how your home will hold all 2012 has to offer. Maybe you need to just spend some time reorganizing your home, but maybe it is time to consider the bathroom or kitchen remodel or even the addition to your home you have been thinking about. Now is the time to act.

Whether your growing family needs an additional bathroom or your kitchen needs remodeling for extra gathering or cooking space, our design build team at Hanlon Design Build can make it happen. Working with you to develop the best renovation and remodeling plan, we know you will simply adore the finished project for many years to come.

Additions to your home are perfect for meeting the needs and demands a growing family, without the burden of finding a new home and moving. Not to mention selling your current home. So, before you resign yourself to the idea of an unappealing move across town or even just around the corner, consider the option of a home addition.

Have an empty and underutilized room in your home? Why not turn that space into an area that is better suited to your individual family needs? That old “junk room” can become a new study, den, guest bedroom, office, home gym, craft room, play room or anything else you can dream of. Utilizing the strengths and creative talents of our in-house designer, you can create the home of your dreams that meets all of your needs — rather than just most of them.

Creating luxury, custom homes is our specialty, and you will quickly understand why. With our portfolio of happy clients, you will be in good company and proud to say you hired Hanlon Design Build. Contact us today and schedule an appointment to discuss your needs and how we can help. You won’t regret it!

Happy New Year everyone!

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