Renovation Services for Inside and Outside Your Home
If you’re considering remodeling a part of your home, you probably have a general sense of what you want to accomplish (finish basement, add a deck, upgrade a bathroom, etc.). And like most sensible homeowners, you want to work with a contractor you can trust to do excellent work that’s done as promised, on budget, and considered finished when you are 100% satisfied.
At Earl Weaver Contractors, we’ve been doing just that since 1968.
No matter where you are in your planning process, we would like to be of assistance to you in any way we can. Contact us to start a conversation about your renovation ideas.
Renovation Project – Sinking Spring, PA
This project including patio hardscaping with a fire pit, a sunroom, and interior upgrades.
Home Remodeling & Addition Work We Do
Renovating can be a new lease on life for your home.
While home improvements present unique challenges, they can also bring new dimensions of value, usability, and beauty to your current property. We’re here to help you discover the space and convenience you need — from whole-home makeovers to “face-lifting,” to room additions and home automation.
Many century homes, and some newer homes, have a distinctive style and grace that can be enhanced with careful, selective updates. Well-thought through home upgrades respect your home’s previous story, even while opening another chapter.
We bring the same commitment to impeccable service to our renovation projects as we do to new homes projects. Plus, we use the same lineup of quality products and components for renovations and additions that we use for new home construction projects.
Home remodeling work we do includes:
Home addition work we do includes:
- Screened-in porches
- Hardscaping and patios
- Great rooms
- Kitchen additions
- Master bedroom/suite
Common Remodeling Questions
Home remodeling: What to do first?
The process begins with an in-home visit where we’ll discuss your needs and look at the feasibility of your project. We can help you understand the scope of your project, how it might impact other areas within your home, and a general price range, if possible. Sometimes ballpark pricing is not possible without first doing some design work.
Can you deduct home remodeling expenses from taxes?
Possibly. It is a good idea to keep good records of any home improvements (also called “capital improvements”) you do make to possibly reduce your tax burden when selling your home. There isn’t a list of what qualifies, but it is highly likely that a new room addition, a deck, or a new patio hardscape would qualify.
What types of home remodeling projects require a permit?
Permit requirements vary by municipality, but if you’re expanding from the original footprint of the home, you will need a permit. Common home renovation projects that require a permit include decks, sunrooms, and porches.
When should I start the home remodeling process?
At least 6-9 months in advance of when you would like construction to begin. One year in advance is even better.
Our total commitment to our customers throughout the custom remodeling process is part of who we are. We consider ourselves educators guiding you to make the most informed choices possible.
Whether you want to add a new room, remodel an outdated bathroom, or replace your roof, we can give you the extra peace of mind that you’ll be working with a home remodeling contractor who truly cares about your complete satisfaction with our services.
Watch the video below to learn more about our company.
“We could not have been happier with their work ethic and end product for our home renovation. We renovated our front porch and added a sun room to our downtown Hershey home. Men were on the job almost everyday continuously and worked hard and carefully while here. Everyone that worked on our home knew what they were doing and their experience showed in the quality of the work. Its hard to imagine using anyone else for our future work after seeing what this company can do.
“ — Valerie Pantanelli – Hershey, PA (Google review)
Areas We Serve
Our office is based in Lebanon, but we serve many towns nearby, including:
- Mount Gretna
- Berks County
- Schuylkill County
Start a Conversation
The first step is to talk to us about what you’re looking for, either over the phone, via email, or in person. We’re happy to answer your questions and provide guidance. Contact us and we’ll get back to you within 1 business day.