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Laying the Groundwork for a Successful Remodeling Project

Posted on March 21, 2019

Home remodels are an exciting time; everyone wants the best possible experience.  But many homeowners have come to expect the nightmare project that they’ve heard their friends and neighbors talk about. There’s no reason to believe you can’t have a great remodel, especially if you start out your project on the right foot. Here are… more

Should I Get Rid of my Tub?

Posted on March 19, 2019

Are you struggling to choose between a tub and a walk-in shower? You are not alone. Homeowners who are remodeling or constructing a new bathroom get stuck on this question a lot. Both options have their pros and cons. “It’s important to consider who is currently using the bathroom and potential buyers in the future,” said… more

Make a Splash with Mosaic Tiles

Posted on March 19, 2019

Picking out tile for your kitchen or bathroom remodel is not as simple as you imagine. There is so much variety out there in design, color and texture – it makes the aesthetic impact just as important as the function. The right tile choice can make a stunning focal point in your space, so it… more

Put your Kitchen Cabinets to Work

Posted on March 12, 2019

A kitchen renovation is a major undertaking but it doesn’t have to be complicated. Before you dive in, you’ll need to take a good look at how you’re using your current kitchen and what you want to accomplish. “It’s helpful to take an inventory of your goods and make decisions about where you want to… more

Should I Renovate All at Once or One Room at a Time?

Posted on March 6, 2019

Are you planning a complete overhaul of your home? Major home renovations can be tricky and should be carefully planned out. If you’re hoping to improve your homestead little by little, you’ll need to plan just as carefully as you would for a huge gut job. “Many homeowners don’t have the bandwidth to take on a… more

Historical Windows without the History

Posted on March 4, 2019

Are you worried about losing the charm of your windows on your vintage home? One of the most important architectural features on your historical house is its original windows; they give unique character to your home.  So replacing your historic windows can seem like daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. “There is no… more

Prepping Your Neighbor for Your Addition

Posted on February 19, 2019

So you’ve decided to start a renovation project on your home. Have you talked to your neighbors about your plans? You should! It’s important to prep your neighbors and make them aware of changes that may affect them. Here are a few things that you can do to keep a good relationship with those on… more

Building Up Under The Eaves

Posted on February 19, 2019

Do you want more livable space in your home without expanding out into your yard? One way is by working within the home’s existing footprint and converting the attic into living space. A converted attic is suitable as a bedroom, art studio or even a home office.  While attic conversions are a nice option, they… more

River Rock Retreat for a Master Bathroom

Posted on February 14, 2019

The master bath renovation of this home was a long time in the making. The bathroom was shared by four adults in the home. Not only did the bathroom finishes need to be updated but it was also in need of a function face lift that addressed the longing for a relaxing retreat. “While the… more