We’ll handle every part of your home restoration project, from design to completion, with professionalism and open communication.
There are many assets that depreciate over time – vehicles, appliances, and so forth. One of the main reasons why they don’t increase in value instead is that you cannot do much to improve upon them and certainly not at the same rate that they wear out. When it comes to your Cornelius, North Carolina home, however, you are in charge of whether it drops in value or increases significantly. With carefully planned and executed home restoration projects to keep your home from becoming dated, you can not only protect your investment, but make it more valuable.
Here at G2 Contracting, we put quite a bit of focus on home value during our home restoration projects to help you successfully balance increased enjoyment of the home and getting the best return on your investment. For us to accomplish that, we take into account what you tell us you want and keep the lines of communication open so you can feel comfortable giving us input at every stage of your home restoration project.
We handle both the design and build aspects of home restoration so that nothing is lost in translation and a harmonious result can be accomplished. With our more than 15 years of experience and our founder’s architectural and project management background, you can be confident that your home restoration project results will exceed your expectations.
If you have any questions about our home restoration services, including kitchen, bathroom, basement, and exterior restorations, don’t hesitate to contact us to discuss what we can do to transform your home for increased enjoyment and added value to your home. We are also experienced with old house restoration, so if you enjoy buying older properties as an investment, feel free to reach out to us.
At G2 Contracting, we offer home restoration services in Mooresville, Huntersville, Belmont, Concord, Cornelius, Davidson, Denver, Gastonia, Kannapolis, Mount Holly, Sherrills Ford, Troutman, and Lake Norman, North Carolina.