Is your home feeling a little cramped or maybe the kitchen isn’t working as hard as you do? We can change that! Idaho Falls Construction and Remodeling is a locally owned business with more than 30 years of experience. We’re experts when it comes to remodeling bathrooms, kitchens, and basements!
We also build custom sheds and pour new concrete driveways, sidewalks, and patios. Call us today at (208) 254-6683 for a FREE estimate today.
Is your bathroom bringing you down? Making simple upgrades like a new toilet, vanity, and shower can change the entire look and feel of your bathroom. We take on projects of all sizes!
We can also add more bathrooms to your home as well. If you plan on refinishing your basement, that is a great opportunity to add an extra bathroom or two.
Do you want to improve the curb appeal of your home? Let’s do it! We specialize in pouring concrete driveways, sidewalks, patios, and RV slabs.
We can also finish your basement flooring and pour a new concrete garage floor as well. We look forward to helping you create the outdoor and indoor space of your dreams
Tile is a great way to add color, texture, and dimension to any room. If you want a new backsplash, tile flooring or a new tile shower, we can help! Idaho Falls Construction and Remodeling has more than 30 years of experience installing tile on the wall and floor.
Popular tile trends right now include large tiles, patterns, neutral hues, and geometric shapes. We can help you find the right tile to fit your style and budget.
More About Shelley, ID
In the small town of Shelley, ID, you’ll often find a dancing potato at local high school football, basketball and volleyball games. The high school mascot is a russet-burbank potato, after all!
Shelley, ID is home to about 4,500 people. It’s here where you can also find the Idaho Annual Spud Day. This is an annual celebration which includes a parade, live music, and baked potatoes.
The town was first established in 1892 when a man named John Shelley moved to the area. He went on to build the first general store in the area. However, a few years later a major fire swept through the town and destroyed everything, forcing neighbors to rebuild.
The town is still standing strong today and is very proud of its agricultural roots.