Kevco Construction & Design

There’s a very distinct difference between a house and a home. A house is where you live; it’s four walls and a roof. A home is also where you live, but it is so much more. It is a space where you feel safe and comfortable, and when buying off-the-market, pre-built homes it’s hard to get that feeling. That’s why it’s essential to take the time to renovate your space, to turn your house into a home. While doing so, it’s critical that you have it done right, with a professional who has standards.

Kevin Robinson, owner of Kevco Construction & Design, has been a licensed general contractor specializing in residential new construction, remodels and additions; and small commercial build-outs and tenant improvements in the valley for almost 20 years. During this time, he has done many high-end residential custom homes and dozens of remodels and additions.

Yes, Kevco is indeed a contracting company that prides itself on carefully weighing of cost and a fine-tuned attention to detail that is so rare in this industry. 

Here are a few of his tips for remodeling a home. 

1. Small rooms can be a significant annoyance to homeowners. They increase the property value but are an annoyance to maintain and utilize. Most small rooms can be expanded upon to add to existing rooms. Another trick is to employ mirrors to make a room seem bigger than they are. 

2. The indoors and the outdoors shouldn’t be separate homes. Most contractors will specialize in interior or exterior work, resulting in a disjointed feeling when moving from inside to outside. It’s important to find a contractor who can manipulate interior and exterior designs and renovations to seamlessly combine your home into a cohesive and inviting space. 

3. Kitchens need abundant storage. Most of the time when your house is going under the knife, it is for two reasons: either your family just changed in a big way, or there is too much clutter. One of the areas for cutter collection is often the kitchen, which can be a severe problem for anyone who likes or knows how to cook. Adding storage solutions to the kitchen can help stop this clutter situation. But with creative solutions and unique designs, a kitchen can be so much more than a sea of cabinets.  

Kevco Construction & Design, 702.898.2009, kevco@cox.net