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Category: Home Additions

kitchen cabinets being installed in a new kitchen remodeling project

Remodeling Projects to Consider for 2022

Now that the new year is almost here, we can think about some home improvements to tackle this coming year. Here is a list of some ideas you should consider doing to improve your home in 2022. Get The Kitchen You’ve Always Wanted Will this be the year you give up Doordash and become a […]

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Addition of a home library

Ideas for A Study Room (or Library)

Years ago, creating a library, den, or study in your home was all the rage. Now, home theaters and game rooms have taken their place. But aren’t we ready to see a revival of the home library? A study room in your home can be a comfortable place where you can read, work, or entertain […]

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Create a Guest Room/Home Office Combo

Working from home is becoming more common and looks like it may be a permanent change for many of us. If you don’t have a dedicated space in your home to set up shop, you could always use your guest room. But what if you have friends and family that come to visit, where will […]

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Remodeled Master Bathroom

Adding a Master Suite on the Main Floor

One undeniable truth is that we’re all getting older, and many of the homes we remodel at T.W. Ellis are a reflection of that fact. Baby Boomers are living longer, and want to stay in their homes. Retirement for them doesn’t look the same as previous generations. And Generation X isn’t far behind them – […]

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Pros and cons of building out or building up?

Our last post talked about many homeowners finding the need for more space these days as they spend more time at home. Now that you’ve explored the pros and cons of moving vs. adding on to your existing home, it’s time to think about what that addition is going to look like. A common question […]

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Should you move or add on to your Maryland home?

Maybe spending more time at home the last several months has made you realize your family has outgrown your house. Whether it’s to make room for an additional family member, growing children or more stuff, you need more space. The big question, then, becomes do you buy a new home or add on to your […]

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