Home Remodeling & Construction Blog

a first step in planning your remodel, this couple is discussing possiblities

The Importance of Planning Your Remodel: Building a Vision Board

Vision boards have become very popular in the last few years as a way for people to visualize and manifest goals in all areas of their lives. The compilation of images, textures, words, and ideas you’d like to include in your home can be created digitally on apps like Pinterest or Canva or by simply […]

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Young couple looking at paint samples while thinking about incorporating color into a home

Incorporating Color Into Your Home Remodel

Color has slowly been making its way back into homes, but if you’ve been living in an all-white or millennial-gray home, adding color may be intimidating. Not knowing which colors or how much of them you should include in your remodel is a typical worry our clients have since too much might make a space […]

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Cozy living room with built-in bookcases surrounding a modern fireplace

How to Make Your Home More Cozy

During these cold winter months, it’s as important as ever to have a home that makes you feel warm, safe, and comfortable. A cozy home will make the long, dark days of winter so much more enjoyable, but it doesn’t happen by chance. You’ll need more than a warm blanket and fuzzy slippers to make […]

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Interior view of a basement under construction home framing with beam in home heating system

Basement Renovation Essentials

Your basement has been sitting there unfinished and empty for years. It’s a space full of possibilities, but you just aren’t sure what to do with it. Let’s change that. Let’s make 2024 the year that all of your basement’s potential is realized, and it becomes one of the most utilized spaces in your home. […]

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A clean and classic airy living room of a small cottage short term rental.

Interested in a Cottage-Style Home? Here’s what you need to know

For many years, homeowners went to great lengths to make their homes look and feel larger. We were knocking down walls and creating open-concept spaces that could sometimes feel more industrial than residential. Over the years, the open-concept home has started to feel impractical, and now homeowners want a cozier, more inviting home – like […]

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Demolition and rearrangement work. A worker with an impact hammer destroying a wall.

Thinking About DIY? Here Are A Few Remodeling Projects To Leave To The Pros

Upgrading your home is a fun and exciting undertaking, and doing the work yourself may sound like a great way to challenge yourself and save a few bucks. Successfully completing a DIY project can not only improve the way your space looks but can also give you an incredible sense of pride and accomplishment. While […]

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