July 4, 2020 castlebri

2019: A Year in Review

In an effort to let you know more about Castle Building & Remodeling, we have taken the time to create an infographic. With the data presented in a visual and easy to understand format we hope it is both easy and enjoyable to learn more about our business.

At a glance you can see that in total we completed a total of 174 projects. These projects scaled across both range of project size and project type.

We continue the trend of focusing on smaller projects, kitchens, bathrooms, and exterior work. Since these are common rooms to remodel, it’s not surprise they continue to top the charts in popularity. However, let’s take a moment to admire that last year we were able to complete 8 projects for our very own employees. Our staff is comprised of extremely talented individuals and when we have the opportunity to turn a part of their home into their dream castle, it holds a special place in our hearts.

Getting back to the details of last year, you can see that when it comes to numbers, our small projects continue to take up a large portion of our data. Last year we completed 76 projects that valued no more than $5,000. Remodeling your home may seem expensive, but when you consider the type of work you need done it can in fact not be as lofty as you thought. It’s important to note though, the second highest value range was a total of 34 projects costing between $25,000-$50,000. These will include many bathrooms and other small projects we completed for homeowners last year.

Lastly, let’s take a look just where in the Twin Cities you will find homes being turned into castles.

If you’re familiar with our showrooms, you can see that the epicenters of the most popular zones are within the same areas of our brick and mortars. With three locations in Minneapolis, one in St. Paul, and our warehouse in the Longfellow neighborhood, it doesn’t take much effort to notice that most of our projects stay close to the heart of the cities.

To see the complete infographic, as well as previous year’s reports, click here.