22, April 2017: Remodeling vaulted ceilings into lofts for reclaiming more open spaces is trending popular among San Diego omeowners wanting to increase usable square footage in their homes wthout increasing the footprint.
Turning high vaulted ceilings in homes into living space with a loft conversion, including saving time and money, are being hailed as some of the key primary benefits to owning a home, said Marc Gieselmann, owner and operator of the California-based remodeling company, HK Construction, Inc.
Mr. Gieselmann, who made the statement in a recently published article on the company’s website, titled, “ Turn Your Vaulted Ceiling into a Loft Conversion”, added further that saving time by not moving to new home can be a real bonus for homeowners.
"In fact, by saving money you’ll have more home for less money. That includes saving on utilities too," said Gieselmann. According to Gieselmann in the April 10, 2017 article, in Southern California, there are many homes that were built within the last 20 years, and they were all built with very high ceilings and vaulted ceiling rooms.
"The disadvantage into having these large utilized open spaces is that they cost you a fortune in heating and cool bills. They also provide negative usable square footage of living space," said Gieselmann. The solution, according to Gieselmann, is for cost-conscious homeowners to realize the cost-saving benefits that can be derived from using professional remodeling contractors to expertly recover usable space in their homes.
"As of today, if you're among those financially prudent Southern Californians looking to make meaningful adjustments to their homes to recover negative spaces, you'll find several professional remodeling contractors in San Diego specializing in loft conversion," said Gieselmann, who is head of one of those remodeling specialist companies helping local residents to transform their unused wasted empty high vaulted ceiling space into a functional loft game room, office, bedroom or living area.
Among some of the happy homeowners who have been reclaiming the unused spaces in their homes and are singing the praises of local remodeling contractors are Rick and Kim McCelland, and Carrie Buchart, San Diego CA.
According to Rick and Kim McCelland, who was grateful for the "great job on our loft expansion," they were truly happy with the way the room turned out — a great addition to our home. "The remodel went as planned. The job started and finished exactly as you estimated. When we had a small minor detail that needed attention, you and Chad helped me, even thought it was a weekend, and you both were out of town. I really appreciated you so much for that. We had no other surprises along the way. The jobsite was left clean on a daily basis. The extra space that was created adds much to the house," said the McBelland.
San Diego, CA local, Carrie Buchart, recalled how she and her husband, had recently bought a Spanish style home and that they had initially loved the open, spacious interior with the vaulted ceilings. Shortly after they had moved in their "furniture and belongings" they surprisingly noticed there were a lot "wasted space." According to Carrie, they had purchased the house with the intention of renovating it and raising the market value, but they didn't know that constructing a loft was an option. To make a long story short, we contracted the services of a great contractor to add a game room that has dramatically increased in value."
Gieselmann, an advocate of increasing square footage of living space, said that along with the proper city permits and documentation, homeowners can significantly increase the value of their homes. Read full article about converting lofts here: http://hkremodel.com/turn-vaulted-ceiling-into-loft-conversion/
Among the many services that local homeowners have access to from HK Construction, according to Gieselmann, is that they can always 858-748-6580 for a complimentary assessment their home’s open space area to get information and pricing on an add-in loft conversion.
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Person Name: Marc Gieselmann, Owner
Company: HK Construction, Inc.