A Modern Home Makeover in Aurora

A fresh modern makeover was just what this Aurora home needed to make its homeowners fall in love again with their home sweet home. This remodeling project included two full bathrooms, a half bath/laundry room redo, and a stunning basement renovation that dramatically expanded the home’s living space. 

 

We transformed the home’s builder-grade bathrooms into luxurious spa-like retreats with modern tilework, sleek granite surfaces, and upscale fixtures, coupled with thoughtful features like built-in shower shelves. Downstairs, the half bath was similarly updated with a modern geometric tile mosaic backsplash. Just steps away, we converted a little-used closet into a fully functional laundry room that’s hidden away behind grand barn doors. The crowning jewel in the renovation was the basement makeover. The existing basement was completely reimagined with the addition of a dry bar, game room, and dramatic stone fireplace that turned the basement into the ultimate family space. 

Photo Credit: Stephanie at CLE by SAP 

Full Bathroom 1

Full Bathroom 2

Half Bathroom and Laundry Room with Added Barn Door

Refinished Basement

Finley & Sons Builders, Inc., located in Hudson, Ohio, was established by Jim Finley in 1975 and incorporated in 1984. We service the Hudson community and the surrounding area, we specialize in the remodeling of existing homes.

The mission of Finley & Sons Builders, Inc. is to provide our customers with the best quality service possible. With personal service and attention to detail, we help our clients enjoy remodeling as much as we do. We provide quality products, timely service, and thorough communication. Most importantly, we consistently do what we say we are going to do. Our goal is to make each project an investment you can live with.

• Major Home Renovations
• Room Additions
• Kitchens and Baths
• Finished Basements
• Sun Rooms
• Garages

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