2208, 2016

From the Pros: 8 Reasons Kitchen Renovations Go Over Budget

By |August 22nd, 2016|Home Owner Tips & News|0 Comments

When you begin planning a kitchen renovation project, you may have no idea how much your ideal vision might cost. The answer will likely depend on several factors, including the size of your space, what you will do to it, and your budget. In the end, the price of a renovation should largely be driven […]

1808, 2016

Turley Kitchen Renovation

By |August 18th, 2016|Featured Work|0 Comments

To begin this kitchen renovation, we gutted the existing kitchen to the studs. Once everything was removed, we installed brand new wiring and plumbing. We also removed an enormous radiator located under sink area, and replaced it with a state-of-the-art slimline under-cabinet radiator with a fan to circulate air.  We installed closed cell foam insulation […]

1808, 2016

Lamoutte Kitchen Remodel

By |August 18th, 2016|Featured Work|0 Comments

This home needed some major renovations to its kitchen, but the homeowners loved the final results! In order to improve the floorplan of the kitchen, we had to remove an existing structural wall that had all the electric, plumbing,and air ducts located in it. We relocated all of these and installed a recessed header flush […]

1708, 2016

The 5 Kitchen Spots You Can Organize Today

By |August 17th, 2016|Home Owner Tips & News|0 Comments

Whether you have just 10 minutes or a full 30, you can tackle your kitchen’s messiest spots in a few simple steps.
1. If you have 10 minutes:
Clear off the countertop.
Find a new home for any appliances you don’t use daily (or close to it). If you hand-wash dishes, dry them on a rack like […]

908, 2016

Kitchens and Aging in Place Remodeling

By |August 9th, 2016|Home Owner Tips & News|0 Comments

If you are having mobility issues in the kitchen, a remodel could help make things easier and more enjoyable. Here are some tips to help you age in your home.

As you age in your home, a kitchen remodel might be a good avenue for you to pursue.

If you have issues with mobility in the kitchen, […]

2804, 2016

Why Men Really Do Need a Cave

By |April 28th, 2016|Home Owner Tips & News|0 Comments

Calm down, ladies. When a man wants his own space in the house — be it a cave, garage, bar, media room, billiards hall, woodshop or bowling alley — it’s not a red flag indicating that he’s rebelling in your relationship, trying to avoid you or shirking social commitments. In fact, having one’s own personalized […]

2204, 2016

Is Your New Kitchen Sink Totally in the Wrong Place?

By |April 22nd, 2016|Home Owner Tips & News|0 Comments

Sorry to break it to you, homeowners: No matter how carefully and lovingly you planned  your dream kitchen renovation, it turns out you might have installed your kitchen sink in the wrong spot.

Kitchen nightmares!

At least, that’s the claim being made by renegade designer Matthew Quinn, who is no fan of the traditional—and ever-popular—kitchen island.  More often than not, he […]

1904, 2016

Cabinets 101: How to Get the Storage You Want

By |April 19th, 2016|Home Owner Tips & News|0 Comments

There are beautiful cabinets and there are functional cabinets. Yours can be both if you follow these steps.

Cabinets are the critical, final piece of a finished home. They transform empty space into living space. They provide pizazz, substance and, above all, organization for all kinds of things, from kitchen plates to bathroom towels to living […]

1204, 2016

Universal Design Homes Meet Evolving Needs

By |April 12th, 2016|Home Owner Tips & News|0 Comments

Learn 6 tips for creating or modifying your home so that you can enjoy it at any stage in life.

Not everyone likes change. And if you’re living in a house you love, you may be sorry to think about having to move one day when your home no longer suits your needs.

This can happen if […]

1204, 2016

Homeowner’s Workbook: How to Remodel the Laundry Room

By |April 12th, 2016|Home Owner Tips & News|0 Comments

Use this step-by-step guide to figure out what you want and how to make it happen.

“What’s funny about laundry rooms is that we’re in them a lot, yet we approach these spaces as an afterthought,” designer AJ Margulis says.

It’s true. There’s no standard laundry room size, shape or layout. Often these utility spaces are created […]