Skokie Home Remodeling

123 Remodeling is one of the most trusted general contractors for home improvement in Skokie, IL and nearby areas. No matter what you are trying to achieve: to make more practical use of the space, to modernize your home, or want to increase its resale value – we will offer beautiful interior design options, custom-tailored to your project. We are specializing in kitchen and bathroom remodeling, as well as patio and deck construction. See our outstanding portfolio to make the right choice.

Remodeling Services in Skokie, IL

  • Patios, Porches, and Decks
  • Interior Design
  • Flooring, Roofing, Restoration
  • Room Additions
123 Remodeling Team

1 . Planning & Estimation

After you contact 123 Remodeling for your free in-home consultation to discuss ideas for the project, your project manager will answer all your questions and prepare a detailed estimate.

123 Remodeling Interior Designer

2 . Design & Concept

Once initial design concepts and layout has been finalized and meet your standards, they are submitted to our architectural staff that will prepare blueprints used by our contractors on location.

123 Remodeling Office

3 . Project Management

We will obtain all necessary local permits, and once issued, construction will begin shortly after. Your project manager will oversee all activities throughout the project.

Our Remodeling Process

We approach each project with a cooperative view, working with clients, architects, and subcontractors toward the common goal and successful project delivery. Our diverse construction portfolio and specialized divisions ensure that each project is matched with the appropriate project manager, resources, and expertise.

Your home is an investment

Even if you don’t plan on moving anytime soon, it is always essential to maintain or increase your Skokie home’s value.

When the remodeling is done, homeowners who renovate their houses can frequently see up to 90% of the cost added to their home value.

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About Skokie

Cook County, 12 miles NW of the Loop. Called Niles Center until 1940, Skokie emerged in the mid-1850s at the confluence of two Indian trails, one going north to Gross Point (Gross Point Road), and the other veering westward to what is now Morton Grove (Lin- coln Avenue). Most of this area was wooded, with a marshy prairie extending down from the north. The Potawatomi maintained several villages along the banks of the North Branch of the Chicago River, which bounds Skokie to the west.
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