The history of Bonita Springs goes back much farther than many people realize. Some archaeological findings point to the area having hosted inhabitants as many as 8,000 years ago. And the man-made mounds scattered around the area have been in existence for at least 4,000 years. The Native American (Calusa) population that lived in the area at the time that Ponce de Leon “discovered” the region (in his ill-fated search for the Fountain of Youth) have long since disappeared.
Let’s be honest: a lot of people have heard about Naples, Florida. It’s a pretty well known destination. Not as many people, however, are aware of a wonderful Florida town located just a little to the north. Known as “The Gateway to the Gulf” Bonita Springs’ motto "Small Town Charm Big Bright Future" aptly captures some of the potential of this great community.
If you’re considering remodeling your Bonita Springs home, you’ve got a challenge on your hands. You have to balance the cost of any improvement you want to make against the value that improvement will deliver. You don’t want to overspend, but you also don’t want to settle for less quality (and value). How can you balance those two (apparently) competing factors?
Over the years, we’ve interacted with a lot of homeowners who want to remodel their homes. We’ve been doing it in Florida since 1992. During that time, we’ve done a lot of remodeling projects of a varying degree of complexity. But regardless of the project, virtually everyone wants to know (ahead of time) what their project is going to cost.
Sometimes it’s easy to forget how important it is to pay attention to what goes on outside the walls of your home. The property outside your house plays a big role in defining what your home looks like. So if you’re remodeling your Bonita Springs home, you’ll want to take a look at your landscaping as well.
If you have a Bonita Springs house that you like—but would like to love—you may have thought about a remodeling project for your home. But if the changes you want to make involve more than simply repainting or installing new window coverings, you may be put off by the thought of a significant remodeling project.