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Today’s homeowners like to live large in spaces with an open floor plan and a natural flow from room to room. Gone are the mouse-maze homes of the past with tiny, boxed in rooms that made the owners feel and live smaller. If your home is still stuck in the past, Apex can help you open it up into a new and modern space.
Sometimes even the most loved home no longer meets the needs of the family that lives there. Whether you are looking to take down a load-bearing wall or you have a more pressing need, such as a foundation flaw or sagging floor, Apex’s professionals are experts in structural alterations. Working with engineers we’ll use the latest in modern building techniques to address your home’s needs.
The Apex team, based on Boston’s North Shore, begins structural alteration and open concept project by having our clients walk with us through their home so they can show us what’s working and what’s not. We then work with engineers and designers to create a plan to remove walls to create the look and function you need. Our team will study your space to determine how to reinforce the structure, using specially designed engineered beams and construction techniques we can take your old home and reinvent it to suit your modern lifestyle.
We believe that a renovation shouldn’t look like a renovation. We can help you preserve the things you love about your home and change the things you don’t. Whether you’re looking for a quick facelift or an extensive renovation, the Apex team will work with you to transform your space, opening it up, to give you a home that will meet your needs well into the future.
Let’s start talking about your open concept space or structural alteration today.
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