Here are the top five ways Kaye Construction can help to get your home holiday ready

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Kaye Construction specializes in kitchen remodeling. With in-house architect services and kitchen layout designers, they work with homeowners to not just beautify the space but also add functionality.

By Laura Briedis

If you are starting to look for holiday decorating ideas and pull out some of your annual trinkets, why not think big and actually remodel your home this year instead of just decorating? 

We consulted with Kaye Construction to outline five remodeling projects you can tackle in time for the holidays. 

“There are many things you can do to get your home guest ready just in time for the holidays,” says Josh Kaye, who, along with his brother, Joseph, and father, Ron, owns this local remodeling company. 

1. A Grand Entryway 
When your guests—and Santa, too, if he can’t get down the chimney—come through the front door, you want to make a grand impression. 

Even if you have a small foyer, there are renovations you can do to make it more welcoming. Something as simple as installing a new door or coat of paint will give your entryway a fresh look. 

“And don’t forget your front porch,” says Josh. “We can build new decking and design brickwork to give your home more curb appeal.” 

2. Floor Your Guests 
Oftentimes, your home’s flooring can date your house. Maybe it is time to pull out your worn carpet and install the new gray-toned luxury vinyl plank flooring that is cropping up everywhere, or install new hardwood flooring that will be gleaming for the holidays. And if you like the cushy comfort of carpet, a fresh color palette will update the look of your home. 

“Upgrading your flooring is a quick project that can make a big impact,” says Josh. “We can transform your living space in just a week.” 

3. Decorate Your Walls 
Installing a new backsplash in your kitchen or bathroom adds punch to your décor and gives you that “wow” factor. 

“Adding tile makes a big design impact,” says Josh. “We can design classic patterns for a timeless look or bold designs that draw attention.” 

From ceramic mosaic marble tiles to subway tiles to geometric-shaped tiles, Kaye Construction uses different creative patterns to add an artistic element to your walls. 


“In bathrooms, we do a lot of floor-to-ceiling tiles for a more dramatic, spa-like feel,” says Josh. “It’s amazing how tile can change the whole look of a room.” 

4. A Space To Gather 
As the heart of the home where guests always gather, a remodeled kitchen is a good return on your investment. 

From installing custom cabinetry to new countertops, you can reinvent your space. If you are not ready for a total kitchen makeover, smaller projects like just adding an island, installing a new sink with a touchless faucet or building a pantry will go a long way in upgrading the space. 

“We specialize in kitchen remodeling,” notes Josh. “With in-house architect services and kitchen layout designers, we work with homeowners to not just beautify the space but add functionality to their home.” 


5. Enhancing Curb Appeal
 
While everyone tends to focus on the home interior during the winter, improving your curb appeal is even more important when the trees drop their leaves and the greenery fades to a barren landscape. 

Homeowners tend to dress up their front door with wreaths, so why not spruce up the entire exterior including windows, shutters, siding and roof? 

“If you have been thinking about installing new siding or a roof, the fall is the best time,” notes Josh. 

“There are so many projects you can do right now that will make the holidays brighter,” says Josh. “Let our family help your family. We have been remodeling area homes for the past three decades and would love to lend a hand to spruce up your home.” 

To schedule a free estimate, call Kaye Construction at 440-297-2232. Visit KayeHomePros.com for more information and check out its Facebook page to see current jobs under construction. 

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