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Michael Robert Construction
Bringing the Outdoors In
certification requirements for remodelers.When to hire one: If you're planning a significant change or addition to your home, hire a remodeling contractor to ensure the integrity of the design and construction, and also to ensure that you'll meet current building codes. Remodelers also are well versed in cost
What a remodeler does: A remodeler is a contractor with a focus on making structural alterations to an existing home or building. He or she implements architectural plans and sometimes provides residential design services. Remodelers also perform many of the same duties as a general contractor, such
for — a remodeler who may charge more but has deep experience and a sterling reputation is generally worth the extra cost. Don't hire based on the lowest estimate alone. Where to find one: Browse the directory of professionals on Houzz or listings of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry
Dijeau Poage Construction
San Francisco Kitchen & Bath
I would love to know the size oft he island, as we are in the process of remodeling our kitchen. This looks like a great size. Thank you!
Workbook: How to Remodel Your KitchenKitchen remodeling will likely forever be one of the most popular topics of interest for homeowners. The kitchen is one of the most frequently used rooms in the house and oftentimes the hub of activity for the family. But navigating the process of remodeling a kitchen can
1. Homeowner's Workbook: How to Remodel Your KitchenIt's easy to know when you need (or want) to remodel your kitchen. The hard part is figuring out where to start. Houzz readers bookmarked this straightforward guide to a kitchen remodel, which steers through the process, including inspiration
SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.
Shelter Island Heights
market in your neighborhood, and they all have updated kitchens, but yours hasn’t been touched since the ’80s. Rather than spend big on a full kitchen remodel, why not give your kitchen a less costly refresh? For instance, you could paint the cabinets, swap out cabinet hardware, change the light fixtures
the appliances to something current and functional but not top-of-the-line. You will put some money into it but not nearly as much as with a full remodel — well worth it if it gets your home in the running in a competitive market.
13. Take on a major remodeling project. If you have been planning a kitchen remodeling project, summer can be a great time to dive in. After all, when else would setting up a temporary outdoor kitchen actually seem fun?
Northern Virginia Painting Professionals
We have been working in the Northern Virginia and Maryland area for over a decade and have many happy clients on both sides of the beltway.
Tim Barber LTD Architecture & Interior Design
This looks like my bathroom. I was thinking about remodeling but love the look. Where can we get the floor tile, medicne chest and lights?
CONSIDER THIS WHEN PLANNING YOUR BATHROOM REMODEL 2. Hiding the plumbing — or not. Think carefully about fixtures and all the stuff that's connected to them as you lay out the plumbing, electrical
8. Can you incorporate existing tile, fixtures and finishes? The demolition and remodeling of bathrooms is one of the larger expenses of a remodel, so it's often best to salvage whatever you can if money is an issue.
must-read for anyone who does not have a gut bathroom renovation in the budget anytime soon. Full story: 8 Ways to Spruce Up an Older Bathroom (Without Remodeling)
Tim Cuppett Architects
designed and well executed with quality materials is much less likely to be remodeled — even if it doesn't match the new owner's taste. A beautiful space can even change a homeowner's taste! The greenest thing you can do with your remodel is create something that people 100 years from now will treasure.This
stifling your own taste. Something that takes your breath away has the best chance of survival, and the goal of a green remodel is to make something that lasts.More: Top 10 Home Remodeling Don'ts
John Kraemer & Sons
issues. Few, if any, remodeling jobs reach the finish line without a few bumps and snags along the way. Speak up as soon as a problem arises, whether it's substandard work quality, a communication breakdown or a subcontractor who leaves the site in disarray. That way, you and the remodeler can agree on a plan
Do your part to make the remodeler's job easier. Clear out furniture from affected rooms, be sure the work crew has adequate space to park and transport materials, and make provisions to keep pets and kids well out of the way. Give the remodeler an idea of your family's daily schedule and stick to it
proceeds too far — and you'll feel reassured that you'll be completely satisfied when it comes time to make the final payment for the job.More: Find a remodeler near you
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Columbia River replaced a deteriorating roof and insulates the home efficiently."Every room in the house works hard, and that's really the point. We remodeled everything and gutted it and turned the interiors into a highly efficient space," says Helgerson.
kitchen as you paid us to renovate it. So renovate because it makes your life more comfortable, convenient and beautiful, and because you love how remodeling can change a house for the better. If you look just at the raw numbers, you should insulate the attic, replace the water heater when it breaks and
readers loved this beautiful home in Oregon. The small-space solutions, ecofriendly undertones and warm cottage style could translate to any new home or remodel.
Ventana Construction LLC
Lake Washington whole house remodel
detailed sketches and provisions for conflict resolution. Don't be shy about asking the remodeler to clarify any details you find confusing.Confirm which areas of your home the project will affect. You may be remodeling a single room, but the temporary disruption could extend to adjacent spaces. Plumbing
you've chosen a pro, go over the contract in detail to be sure you won't encounter any surprises. Besides basics such as contact information for the remodeler and others who will be supervising, license number and insurance information, it should include a start-to-finish timetable, a materials list with
Plumbing, electrical wiring and other behind-the-walls systems might be affected as well. Ask the remodeler which rooms the work will touch so that you can prepare accordingly.