Choosing to work with an experienced contractor, and paying just a bit extra for quality craftsmanship, really makes a difference when it comes to the overall value of a construction project.
Whether renovating a kitchen to improve functionality, adding a new bathroom, or remodeling a home so the owners can age-in-place, Hudson Remodeling excels at delivering quality craftsmanship that stands the test of time. Much of that is thanks to home remodeling expert and company owner, Charlie Hudson.
Hudson Remodeling is an award-winning general contracting firm that is respected in the local community. They have received numerous awards and accreditations, including the Building Industry Association of Whatcom County’s Builder of the Year and Remodeler of the Year.
Charlie’s hand’s on experience in all aspects of construction has given him a strong technical background which has been a tremendous asset to Hudson Remodeling clients since 1993…he is able to quickly assess issues that come up during construction and provide timely solutions based on experience and knowledge.
In the last few years, Hudson Remodeling has responded to the needs of Baby Boomers in Whatcom and Skagit Counties by helping them remodel kitchens, bathrooms, master bedrooms and entire homes so they can successfully age-in-place.
Charlie Hudson was one of the first local contractors to earn a Certified Aging in Place Specialist (CAPS) designation and he has done numerous CAPS and universal design projects since then. By incorporating stylish safety products and modern design elements, Charlie and his crew help homeowners remain in their homes as they age, rather than moving to an assisted living facility. We think this is very cool!
For most people, regardless of their age, their home is an investment. Hudson recommends protecting that investment by making sure all remodeling projects are completed by experienced contractors that are licensed and bonded (not folks that are working “under the table”).
Choosing a company that publicly does business as a licensed contractor, abides by safety guidelines, is licensed and bonded, and has been around for a few years, means the company will stand behind their work and be around for warranty work down the road if need be. Those are all good things…and they are worth paying a bit extra for.
It’s easy to see if a contractor has been properly licensed – just visit the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries website and type in their business name.
Hudson Remodeling prides themselves on the artistry of their work and in paying close attention to detail. Learn more about home remodeling in Whatcom County by visiting Hudson Remodeling at http://www.hudsonremodeling.com/.