2019

Does your porch need to assistance, whether that's to stay standing or to improve its aesthetics? Learn how a remodeling contractor can help.

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A Porch to Be Proud Of

When I moved into my current home, its front porch was literally falling down. The paint on the porch railing was peeling. The porch’s ceiling was sagging. In addition to these issues, the porch’s concrete floor was stained. After saving a substantial amount of money, I recently decided to give this important part of my home a much needed facelift. Because I’m not handy, I decided to hire an experienced remodeling contractor to build me the front porch of my dreams. On this blog, I hope you will discover some fun, remodeling projects that will give your front porch the wow factor. Enjoy!

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Want to Modernize a Kitchen With Dated Countertops? Three Ways to Get Started

2 April 2019
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If you're frustrated with your kitchen due to the countertops looking quite dated, it can be a good idea to start looking into what you can do to make sure that your kitchen feels modern. If you're unsure of how to get started with having the countertops replaced, you need to consider what kinds of improvements can be made so that the counters look brand-new and will offer the effect that you want in the kitchen. Read More …

Need New Countertops For A Small Kitchenette? 3 Features To Look For Before Buying

6 March 2019
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Having new countertops installed can make an enormous difference in the way your kitchenette looks, making it a great project to consider if you're unhappy with the way that the space looks. Instead of choosing just any new countertops in order to update the kitchenette, it's a good idea to consider the size of the space and what kinds of features can make the biggest difference in having a kitchenette that you're happy cooking and cleaning in. Read More …

4 Big Home Renovations That Are Worth Making

12 February 2019
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The decision to make a small home renovation, like replacing the windows or front door, is not a terribly difficult one. Such renovations are relatively affordable and generally offer a good return on investment when you sell the home. Larger renovations in the $40,000 or more price range, however, deserve more careful thought and consideration. Some are rarely worth it. Adding a second kitchen onto your home, for instance, may actually turn off some future buyers rather than improving the value of your home. Read More …