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What to Expect When Remodeling My Home

Remodeling projects can become stressful, especially if your expectations for the near future are not set at the start. Big changes to your home can bring big noise, dust, and sometimes frustration. Being able to plan for these temporary inconveniences is key to a smooth remodel, so we've laid out what can be expected when remodeling your home.
By |November 6th, 2013|0 Comments|

Move or Remodel? The Top 9 Considerations When Deciding to Move or Improve

Has your life outgrown your current home?  You may have been asking yourself one of the hardest life-changing questions: should I move or should I remodel?  You are not alone.  Many people have been asking themselves the same exact question.  Though the answer is rarely easy, we’ve researched and provided the top 9 considerations […]

By |October 23rd, 2013|0 Comments|

Mid-Century Modern Design In Remodeling

Mid-century modern architecture is regaining popularity among homeowners planning a home remodel or custom home build. Celebrating the decor of the mid-twentieth century, this style embraces open living space, clean lines and a modern take on classic style, proving its timelessness against postmodern designs.

With the distinctive abodes seen in James Bond, The Brady Bunch, […]

By |October 10th, 2013|0 Comments|

Must Have Tools Around The House For Quick Fixes

To fix small problems around your house or to tackle a DIY home improvement project, you need the right tools. Fortunately, you don’t need to collect dozens of tools to get most small jobs done. A carefully-selected set of the most common hand and power tools with suffice. Though you won’t need to spend […]

By |May 16th, 2011|0 Comments|

Surviving Construction: What To Do When Your House Is Undergoing A Remodel

Be prepared for things to cost more than you initially expected. The larger the project, the higher the potential for unforeseen expenses. You could also change your mind about the design or materials during the construction phase; if you decide to go through with changes, costs typically increase. Keep in close touch with your contractor for revised estimates. Small increases add up and will result in sticker shock if you haven’t kept yourself up to date
By |May 16th, 2011|3 Comments|

How Would You Choose The Perfect Color For Your Bathroom?

Looking to change things up in your house?  Try repainting your bathroom!  In this article by Susan Kleinman, over at, you can find some pointers on how to help you choose the perfect color for your bathroom.  Whether you’re matching color with a fixture, your floors, or any other object, make sure you pick the […]

By |May 2nd, 2011|0 Comments|