Residential Remodels and Additions

Why move when you can re-shape your existing home into the structure of your dreams? Let Pittenger Construction help you examine possibilities for making your home more inviting and functional. We'll put our 30 plus years of home remodel problem-solving experience and skills to work on your challenges, whether that's adding a room or suite, redefining existing space, updating your kitchen or baths, and more.

After collaborating with you, we'll draw up comprehensive plans, or work with your architect on the details. You'll achieve your objectives while staying within your defined budget. And if you're lucky enough to live in an older or historic home, rest assured that we've helped many owners renovate to code, meet budgets, and get what they want.

After spearheading over 50 local home-remodeling projects, we've encountered almost every situation imaginable. Your Pittenger home remodel or addition will be constructed to stand up to Southwestern Colorado's climate for years to come.

We can help you add value to your current home by:

  • Remodeling your kitchen and baths
  • Reconfiguring interior floor plans
  • Building a new living room, master suite, and/or garage
  • Making significant structural repairs
We lived in our home during a complex construction project, which included digging a new basement, expanding three sides of the structure and melding roof lines. Pittenger recommended an architect, and then kept job-site disruption to a minimum. The crew and subcontractors were respectful, trustworthy, and communicated the upcoming schedule so we could prepare.
— Robert Bowie and Vicki Vandegrift

Commercial Remodels and Additions

We can transform existing space and create new square footage to suit your needs. Contact us for a quote today.

Pittenger built tenant space and a finished common area for my commercial business – without disrupting current operations. He efficiently managed the project, recommended an architect, displayed attention to detail, and stayed in touch to troubleshoot.
— Carl Rand