Remodeling Projects

9 Bathroom Remodeling No-No’s

When it comes to bathroom remodeling, taste is relative but some choices are just a bad idea. Some of these items present a safety issue, others require too much upkeep, and a few may make it more difficult to sell your house one day. Before you make one of these...

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6 Kitchen Remodeling Mistakes: No-Regret Renovations

As you can imagine, with over 80 years in the business, we've seen just about everything when it comes to kitchen remodeling. That's why we dusted off the old blog and started posting again. We want to save people from making kitchen remodeling mistakes. Obviously,...

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The Foolproof Way to Remodel Your Bathroom

The average bathroom remodel costs around $30,000. By taking the time to do it right, you ensure you get a beautiful new bathroom that you can enjoy for years. What's more, you can expect to net around a 50 percent return on your investment when it's time to sell your...

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Kitchen Remodel Project Management–You’ve Got Options

by Wendy Croix If you're planning a kitchen renovation, how you manage your remodeling project from the start will determine your satisfaction with the project at its completion. Consider this tip from the American Institute of Architects: good project management...

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Steps to a Safe Kitchen

The kitchen is the busiest room in the home. From a food preparation area and dining room to balancing the family checkbook, the kitchen is the center of activity for today's family. Unfortunately, the kitchen can also be the most dangerous room in the house. The...

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Steps to a Safe Bathroom

Nearly 200,000 people are injured annually in their bathroom, according to statistics from the National Safety Council. The most common accidents are slips, falls and scalding from hot water. Although not all accidents will ever be eliminated, the National Kitchen...

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Making the Most of a Small Kitchen Space

The kitchen is becoming more than just a food preparation area in today's society. Yet, on average, the kitchen still remains one of the smaller rooms in the house. The National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) considers any kitchen 150 square feet or smaller to be...

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