Get the most out of your home remodeling decisions

By Art Hart

Are you planning to tackle some simple home renovations or possibly considering a partial or complete remodel of your entire house? How do you choose which home improvements to make with the budget you have in mind? If your home is older and feels cramped, it may benefit from an interior reconfiguration for a more…

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A Guide to Remodeling Your Home Office

By David Norman - Caliber Construction Group

A recent 2023 Gallup poll of work trends reveal 52% of U.S. employees work in a hybrid environment, 28% are exclusively remote, and 20% work on-site. Hybrid or remote work is expected to continue and become more prevalent in the future.  Because of this growing trend, having a dedicated home office continues to be in high demand…

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Design and Selections Experts Make Remodeling Easier

By Jeff Reina - Trifection Remodeling and Construction

When homeowners begin to think about remodeling their home for the first time, they often don’t know where to begin. They certainly know what they don’t like about their current kitchen, bathroom, or other rooms in the house.  But the idea of tearing up their living space for the unknown outcome of a remodel may…

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Increase Your Bathroom Storage

By Dan Bawden - Legal Eagle Contractors

It’s the one room in our home where we go to get clean, but we tend to let clutter and debris pile up in our bathroom until it feels downright dirty. Here are some creative bathroom storage ideas to help you turn this space back into the functional oasis it was meant to be. Use Cabinet…

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The Sixth Wall: Choosing flooring for your home remodel

By Shawn Vacek - Remodelers of Houston

By Shawn Vacek of Remodelers of Houston You’ve decided to replace the floors in your home. Where should you start? Flooring plays a crucial role in your home, as it contributes to both the aesthetics and functionality of your living space. When looking at flooring options, consider your personal style, lifestyle, budget as well as…

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Choosing Cabinets for Your Kitchen Remodel

By Will Cole - Divine Renovation

Choosing cabinets for a kitchen remodel can be a daunting task, but with some planning and consideration, you and your remodeling professional can make the process easier. When you are planning your kitchen remodel and considering cabinets for your project, your choices are stock cabinets, semi-custom cabinets or custom cabinets. Stock cabinets are mass produced…

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Avoid these kitchen renovation traps

By Dan Bawden - Legal Eagle Contractors

Your kitchen will likely be your most important room. Think of it as the engine room of your home where you eat and socialize. It needs to be functional, but it also needs flair. That makes for a fine balance. It’s time to cook up a plan so that you don’t sacrifice space for looks.…

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Aging-in-Place Solutions

By Larry Abbott - Abbott Contracting

As people age it is likely they will want to stay in their home as long as possible. However, often one or both can no longer get upstairs or have loss of mobility and they may need to make significant changes to their beloved home to remain independent and safe. According to recent data from…

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Houston, We Have a Problem: How to Survive Hurricane Season Like a Pro!”

By Kelly Kirk - Greymark Construction, Co,

Hurricane season is upon us, and if you’re living in Houston, Texas, you know all too well the devastation that these storms can bring. But fear not, my fellow Houstonians, because with a little preparation, you can ride out the storm like a pro. Here are some tips to help you get through the hurricane…

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Give More Thought to Adding an Accessory Dwelling Unit

By Wayne Ball - Lone Star Building & Construction Services, Inc.

An Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU), referred to as garage apartments, mother-in-law cottages and granny flats can be a stand-alone unit on a single-family lot, a garage conversion, or rooms built over your garage. ADU’s can be great solutions allowing people to age in place or provide housing for caregivers, young couples and empty nesters. When…

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