Since launching in 2009, Advantage Design + Remodel has been bringing a personal touch to Milwaukee’s home remodeling scene. Our founders, Greg and Andy, pour their hearts into making each Hartland home a perfect blend of luxury and practicality.
We start every project by building a strong foundation—not just in construction, but in our relationship with you. We’re all about getting to know you and your dreams, treating every detail with the utmost care. Your vision is our blueprint, and we’re committed to turning it into reality with excellence and precision.
Your dream home journey begins the moment we start talking. We’re here to make sure it’s a partnership that captures everything you’ve imagined, backed by our unwavering dedication to quality.
Our experts blend artistry with the finest materials, ensuring your space is not just luxurious but lasting. Every design reflects your style, crafting a home that’s both elegant and enduring.
An opportunity to understand the family's needs and ensure Advantage Design + Remodel is the right partner before moving forward with design services.
Involves measuring the space, creating floor plans and black-and-white renderings to offer a conceptual view and preliminary investment range.
The phase where all selections are made, integrated into 3D renderings for a vivid project visualization. This stage finalizes the scope of work, design, and selections, leading to a precise lump sum project cost.
The actual build phase, focusing on bringing the design to life while ensuring the client enjoys both the process and the final product.
Got questions about home remodeling? You’re not alone. Here are some of the most common queries we get:
The first thing you should do is figure out what type of remodel you plan to do. Do you want to do a cosmetic remodel, pull and replace, or full redesign? A cosmetic remodel is the most common type of remodel when you are planning to sell your home and helps to freshen and update the space. This may include painting cabinets and walls, replacing the hardware, and doing other smaller updates. A pull and replace remodel is a little more involved and consists of keeping the same floor plan, but replacing most or all of the pieces in the space such as the cabinets, backsplash, and appliances. The final type of remodel is a fully custom or full redesign. In a fully custom remodel, EVERYTHING changes. You may be removing walls, changing the layout, and getting all new cabinets, countertops, etc.
We do not give a lump-sum estimated investment range for our projects until the third step of our process, detailed design. As there are many factors that go into determining the cost of a remodel, we have systems and processes in place to help determine your investment every step of the way. We like to get an idea of exactly what your project entails before giving exact numbers. We can provide you with an idea of where you may potentially start or be around during an initial consultation or by receiving information about your project. Once we finish the concept design phase of our process, you will receive a preliminary investment range based on the design and scope of work, followed by the final investment range from our detailed design and your selections and scope of work.
We have officially been in business for 12 years. Our owners Andy and Greg are childhood best friends who both worked in the trades for years doing cabinetry and other remodeling projects. They decided to take the plunge and start a business together and Advantage Design + Remodel has been growing ever since. With their carpentry and remodeling background, Andy and Greg are experts when it comes to the remodeling industry and processes that go into remodeling.
Yes we do! We design a 3D rendering of your remodeled space during the 3rd step of our process, detailed design. During detailed design, we use our showroom and vendor showrooms to help you make the design selections for your remodel. We also walk through your space with our team and trade partners to get an idea of exactly what the project will look like. When you make all of your design selections, this is when you can see exactly what it will look like in the dimensions of your space.
For more detailed answers and additional questions, check out our comprehensive Remodeling FAQs YouTube video.