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Universal Design: Improve Your Home & Lifestyle

What in the World is Universal Design? You may have heard that Baby Boomers, for the most part, have a strong desire to stay in their own homes for as long as possible as they age. Incorporating the features of "Universal Design" into a remodeling project will make this possible, broadening a home's accessibility, usability

Highlights from the 2016 Kitchen and Bath Industry Show

The annual Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS) is a spectacular event. More than 500 companies from the industry's leading brands present the latest trends in kitchen and bath design. Residential remodeling and construction professionals and other members of the event's sponsor, the National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA), come to be inspired by and

Remodel Your Master Bathroom…and Your Life!

Stress and noise can take a toll on your mood, energy and health. When homeowners call us about master bathroom remodeling, they’re also often looking for a way to “remodel” busy lives. For some, the dream master bathroom is like a den – equipped with fridge, wet bar and flat screen. For others, it’s a

Understanding How Home Improvements Can Affect ROI

Return on Investment (ROI) is a term that is exchanged frequently when it comes to home improvement. We’ve mentioned it several times on our blog, as well as highlighted several projects that can bring a significant ROI for homeowners. Whether you choose to enhance an existing bedroom, extend your kitchen, install new flooring in the

Remodeling for Resale

So, you're looking to have some remodeling work done to your home before you sell, but you're also asking yourself: will this remodeling for resale pay off? That's the question on the mind of every homeowner who's thinking about undertaking a project to bolster his/her home's resale value. And in today's housing market, the answer

Kitchen & Bathroom Flooring Options, Part 2

Earlier this week, we started discussing the flooring options available to homeowners looking to remodel their kitchen or bathroom. In Part 1, we focused on wood, bamboo, and laminate flooring. Today, we’re going to briefly discuss ceramic, stone, vinyl, cork, and concrete options. Ceramic and Stone Ceramic tile, also called porcelain tile, is a natural