Reduce Your Remodeling Costs With Do-It-Yourself Remodeling
Do It Yourself Remodeling Saves Time and Money
Remodeling costs can quickly sky-rocket when using conventional surfacing methods.
Traditional resurfacing requires demolishing the former surface, followed by a hazardous chemical removal process with potential health risks, and then, finally, applying the new surface.
Our resurfacing products are easily applied to your existing surfaces, eliminating the need for the messy and expensive demolition process. You can apply the materials yourself, or hire one of our certified contractor to do the work for you.
Compare remodeling cost estimates on similar projects and you’ll see how much Semco Remodeling can save you on the following remodeling projects:
- Kitchen Remodeling – Floors, countertops and walls
- Bathroom Remodeling, Shower and Bathtub Refinishing
- Garage and Basement Resurfacing
- Pool and Patio Deck Waterproofing
- Any Other Solid Surface - Indoors or outdoors
Quick-Drying Resurfacing Products Are Ideal for Commercial and Residential Remodeling Projects
Semco Remodeling products dry quickly, so you won’t need to be displaced throughout the remodeling process.
Residential customers can stay at home throughout the process, thereby saving the costs of being displaced.
Your business or commercial work space can have its floors or walls resurfaced after business hours and can be open for business by the next morning. - Stay home during residential remodeling - Keep your business open during commercial remodeling
Save on Application Costs
Easy-to-follow instruction videos and a thorough, step-by-step application manual make it easy to do the job yourself and save even more money on remodeling costs. You can also choose to have one of our certified contractors do the work for you. Either way, you save on remodeling costs and enhance the value of your home or business.
Save on Remodeling Equipment and Supplies
Your Semco Remodeling purchase will arrive with products, tools and instructions that you will need to complete the project yourself. See our “Steps” pages for more details. Any additional tools will be easily available at your local hardware or construction supply store.