Something Old or Something New: Should You Build a New Home or Renovate an Old One?
What’s the Difference Between Building a New Custom Home and Renovating an Existing Home?
So you’ve made the decision to create a custom home -- congratulations, this is one of the most exciting endeavors you can engage in. But now come a lot of questions, and one thing many first time builders wonder involves whether they should build a new home or renovate an existing one?
Let’s take a look at the benefits of both.
Building New vs. Renovating an Existing Home
When you build an entirely new home, you get to design every aspect of it from the ground up, right down to the last square foot. It’s also easier to incorporate sustainability and weatherproofing elements that are foundational to the design.
At the same time, renovating an old home allows you to maintain an historic structure and retain classical design features, and it can deliver considerable savings over an entirely new build.
Renovate or Build Anew: Which is Right for You?
The choice to build a new custom home vs. renovating an existing one is really a question of your budget and goals. Both are great options, depending on your circumstances.
Contact us online to learn more about the benefits of building a new custom home vs. renovating, or call Beacon Construction Group at (561) 845-5130 today.