Myrtle Beach Home Remodeling

We are a Myrtle Beach home remodeling company in South Carolina. Since 1982, Steve Schroeder has completed hundreds of projects, from bathroom remodels to new luxury homes. This wide range of experience is supported by a team of expert craftsman. An intense focus on our niche – residential remodeling – enables us to consistently exceed client expectations.

Client-driven…Our Passion

We believe rewarding projects are possible only through a clear vision and great design. We’re there to assist at every step of the process as we realize the potential of your home. A free flow of communication is essential to fulfilling expectations and for completing projects on time. By using quality materials and creating efficient use of spaces, we provide value and enjoyment for years to come!

Custom Designs

It sets us apart – that essential element in every successful project – great design. Redoing a tight space to maximize functionality, creating an exciting new kitchen/ family room by opening rooms in an obsolete floorplan, these transformations happen when experience and passion for design come together. Our clients elevate their dreams to higher levels, and we deliver every time.


From the first meeting (no obligation) we explore options, taking the time to discover your project’s unique challenges and requirements. This process enables us to create solutions, often cost-effective, and design alternatives. By identifying your ideas and needs, we ensure that we’re sharing the same vision before the work begins. Material selections and design guidance are provided at any level desired. Thoughtful planning keeps the project on track and on time. Our measurement of success is your complete satisfaction.

A Message from Owner Steve Schroeder…

Thank you so much for visiting our site and taking the time to learn about our services. We appreciate your interest and aspire to hearing more about your remodeling ideas. Give us a call at (843) 582-7482 or fill out our free estimate form.

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