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Garage Remodelers in Phoenix, AZ

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PHX Construction, LLC
(602) 782-4256
Areas of Expertise
  • Kitchen
  • Bathroom
  • Garage
  • Sunroom
  • Room Addiiton
Featured Review

"They did a great job and stayed on budget."

- glen S. from phoenix, AZ
Denix Construction, LLC
(480) 567-9673
Areas of Expertise
  • Remodeling
  • Repair and reconstruct
Featured Review

"Ran into a plumbing problem - found out that my galvanized pipes were in terrible shape and leaking. Denix was able to have their plumber provide an estimate immediately and start work the following day. Jeno and Chris were great to work with. I would recommend them and plan to use them again when I remodel my master bathroom."

- sheri B. from phoenix, AZ
JK Davidson Construction, LLC

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(480) 567-9318
Areas of Expertise
  • Kitchen & Bathroom Remodels
  • Basement & Garage Renovations
Tier 1 Contracting, Inc.
(866) 838-8248
Areas of Expertise
  • Additions
  • Remodels
Featured Review

"Very easy to deal with, always willing to help out if you change anything. Very good customer service and great value. "

- tania H.
Rightway Construction
(602) 359-2291
Areas of Expertise
  • Kitchen Remodels
  • Bathroom Remodels
  • Additions
  • Major Multiple Rooms Renovations
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"I am happy with the work that was done"

- judy I. from phoenix, AZ
Independent Contractors Network, Inc.
(602) 670-5978
Areas of Expertise
  • Disaster Recovery
  • Major Remideling
  • Patio restoration
  • Kitchen bath remodels
  • Additions
Featured Review

"Out of 3 possible contractors, I chose ICN for my kitchen renovation as they appeared very professional and I was not disappointed in my choice. Ray and Travis were phenomenal to work with. All the subcontractors hired to complete my kitchen renovation were professional, efficient and cleaned up after each job. A full kitchen remodel is a large and lengthy event. Ray was the best, most attentive and responsive contractor I have ever worked with. He ensured I was satisfied with everything and am so grateful and appreciative of his dedication and professionalism. Anything that either I wasn't satisfied with or that he wasn't satisfied with he ensured it was redone to my satisfaction. I highly recommend Ray and Travis for any home remodel or repairs. These gentlemen truly know how to keep customers happy. I will certainly call them again for any future need. "

- monica L. from phoenix, AZ
H4U Construction
(602) 740-7484
Areas of Expertise
  • Basement Remodel
  • Kitchen Remodel
  • Bathroom Remodel
  • Addition to Existing Structure
  • Construction Manager
Featured Review

"H4U Construction conducted a drywall repair and paint project and a plumbing repair at my house and I was very satisfied with their service. The quality of the work was excellent. Their workers were clean, quiet, always on time and courteous. I would highly recommend them."

- lionel E. from scottsdale, AZ
Nucleus Construction, LLC
(480) 490-1400
Areas of Expertise
  • Contracting
  • Additions & Remodels
  • Carpentry
Featured Review

"I was pretty lucky to find this company! "

- judy L.
Ladco, LLC
(602) 663-3498
Areas of Expertise
  • Custom Home Building
  • Additions
  • Kitchen and Bathroom Remodels
  • Major Renovations
  • Design
Featured Review

"Very professional, friendly, and gets the job done right! Was a real pleasure to work with. Would definitely do it again!"

- michael L. from phoenix, AZ

Unscreened Addition & Remodeling Contractors in Phoenix, Arizona

Phoenix Kitchen & Bath LLC By Burd
3807 W Vista Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85051
D. Paul Remodeling
25873 N. 47th Place
Phoenix, AZ 85050
Rez Management, LLC
9299 W. Olive Ave. Suite 102
Peoria, AZ 85345
DANL Construction
P.O. Box 9
Cave Creek, AZ 85327
Eagle Remodeling & Restoration LLC
5626 W Cheryl Drive
Glendale, AZ 85302

Things to Consider Before You Update or Upgrade a Garage:

  • What best describes this garage remodel?
  • Storage cabinets / shelving
  • Garage doors
  • Insulation
  • Flooring
  • Electrical
  • Interior walls or drywall

Ideas & Inspiration from Phoenix Addition & Remodeling Contractors

Phoenix Garage Remodeling

It's easy to get obsessed with bathrooms and kitchens. They grab all the headlines and are absolute necessities for residential living. But modern homeowners know that many other areas of the home can play a pivotal role in the overall efficiency of their lives. One of the great things about garages is that they're one of the most versatile spaces in the home. Whether you need to motivate yourself to increase your health, reduce your stress, or simply to get to work more efficiently in the morning, your garage can play a huge part in your next home improvement scheme. Here are some ideas, projects, and advice to get you started and to help put you in touch with the finest garage remodeling contractors in Phoenix. Afterwards, all that's left to do is figure out how to make a garage increase your vehicle's mpg....

Old-Fashioned Remodels
Homeowners who use their garage for little else than car storage can still benefit from a number of garage remodeling features. Garage doors and door openers, for example, are crucial for a number of different aspects of home performance including home security, energy efficiency, personal safety, and convenience. New garage flooring or concrete staining/epoxy coating can create a floor that resists the oil and grime of vehicles and foot traffic. This can be particularly important for homeowners who generally use their garage as a primary entryway for their home: Guests will notice the difference. Plus, even garages primarily designed for car storage have other uses as well. Part of your garage remodel might include a new garage organization system that gets everything off the floor and makes these items more easily accessible.

Imagine the Possibilities
Though it may seem like your garage was built for one purpose and one purpose only, homeowners and home remodeling companies are changing the dynamic for garage design and use. Recreational areas, a garage loft for an extra bedroom, a home office, a home gym, there are any number of things that your garage space can be used for. Everybody has a passion: composing classical music, painting, woodworking, poker, novel writing?whether you need a comfortable, quiet space or a versatile space to store and use large pieces of equipment, the garage can be your answer.

Plus, you don't necessarily have to sacrifice your car storage. Part of your Phoenix garage renovation can be an expansion that still costs only a fraction of a completely new garage. More efficient storage systems can also be a blessing. Particularly, if you own a two-car garage but need to park only one vehicle in the garage, your options are nearly limitless.

Listen to this advice from a Phoenix homeowner who had his garage remodeled: "Know your overall goal, and visualize it complete. Then, your contractor can assist you in any way possible."

The Nuts and Bolts
Garage renovation can mean a number of different things from building and installing a few wall shelves to tearing down and building an entirely new garage. Naturally, most Phoenix garage renovations entail something in between these two extremes. Full garage renovations tend to run somewhere in the neighborhood of $10,000. That's half of a newly built garage which averages $20,000. Smaller projects such as a new garage door or garage storage system are likely to run around $1,000 or so.

Whatever your project might entail, you'll want to do your homework and look among several companies for a reliable, trustworthy contractor who will give you a good bid for quality workmanship. Time and time again, we find the best thing you can do to create a good relationship with a contractor is finding someone who communicates well.

Here's another piece of advice about garage remodeling from a different Phoenix homeowner: "Get as many estimates as you can. Be sure to ask the contractor about his current work load and if he has any big projects besides yours that he may be working on in the near future."