At Deep Run Renovations, we are passionate about making old homes new again through remodeling. All of our remodeling projects focus on achieving the right balance between modern building materials, budget, and preservation. We are meticulous about blending old with new, preserving original architectural details while also utilizing the space in the best way possible.
Our team has had extensive experience bringing new life to historic properties, particularly in the Church Hill neighborhood of Richmond. We work closely with the Virginia Department of Historic Resources and the Alliance to Conserve Old Richmond Neighborhoods (ACORN) to complete renovations that comply with the Secretary of the Interior's standards for rehabilitation. These standards are critical for projects looking to apply for federal and state rehabilitation tax credits.
- Remodeling a home can greatly increase its value. By making the space more functional and up-to-date, you can improve the resale price of your home.
- Remodeling is most commonly done to customize a space for your particular lifestyle. Altering your home to fit the needs of your family is often a more cost effective route than moving — especially since you can customize the project specifically to your wants and desires!
- Opening up a floor plan during a remodel is an efficient way to give your home the appearance of more space while also eliminating any interior traffic jams.
- Remodeling is a wonderful way to preserve a historic property while also making it livable and functional for your everyday life.
Interested in starting a remodel project? One of our designers and our Managing Owner, Gary Harless, would be happy to sit down with you to discuss your project goals and budget. Once we understand the scope of the remodel, we will submit a proposal to you describing the work to be performed and the pricing scenario(s) that best fit the scope of your project. If you are remodeling an historic property, our team can work closely with you to navigate the applicable codes, permits, and tax credits that may be involved in your project.