Articles

Why Customer Service is Key to a Successful Home Improvement Project

By Kevin Vick - Vick Construction & Remodeling

Remodeling your home can be a major investment. As a customer you should expect top-quality service from the remodeler you choose for your home improvement projects. A professional remodeler should realize the importance of providing good customer service throughout the project.  Look for a professional who is dedicated to quality and excellence as well as…

Read More

The Top 6 Unique Kitchen Design Trends of 2018

By Teressa Hartley-Craftsmanship by John

2018 kitchen design trends prove that kitchens are beyond just a gathering point in your home – they are the epicenter. Here are some design trends that will likely set your space apart.   Hidden Range Hoods   Many home owners prefer decorative range hoods, but some are opting to conceal their range hoods. A…

Read More

Brighten Your Home While Saving Some Money

By Dan Marshall - Innovative Skylights

Bring more natural light into your home with solar powered skylights and sun tunnel skylights. Not only will you get natural, energy efficient light  for your health, enjoyment and value of your home, you are eligible to receive a 30% federal tax credit on qualifying purchases and installation. The rebate includes certain sun tunnel skylights…

Read More

The Naked Truth About Kitchen Remodeling

By Dan Bawden - Legal Eagle Contractors

Ahh, the joys of celebrating in your shiny, new kitchen.  The spectacular granite-topped island is beckoning your friends and family to gather to share the love with a good cabernet in hand.     Your kitchen is now a warm, well-lit oasis of comfort and pleasure, the new beating heart of your home… I have been remodeling…

Read More

Sun tunnels help light shine in

By Dan Marshall - Innovative Skylights

You can add enjoyment and lasting value to your home with natural, efficient sunlight. Skylights and sun tunnels will not only improve your view, but can also provide fresh air and ventilation where needed. Skylights come in a variety of shapes and sizes. There are several options to consider when choosing a skylight.   Fixed skylights which…

Read More

If It’s Too Good to be True

By Lorraine Hart - Ideal Consulting

I’m sure that we have all heard the expression “it’s too good to be true.”  For some, finding something that is “too good to be true” is followed by exuberance or excitement.  For many it is followed by skepticism, doubt and caution. But, even when there is disbelief, we often are very tempted to go…

Read More

Finding More and Better Space

By Shawn Vacek - Remodelers of Houston

Many of us have been faced with space issues. It may be that we need more space for a growing family, changes in family activities or even opening up our homes to include other family members for extended family living. Although many of us think about expanding to get more room, sometimes you may feel…

Read More

Know the Pros and Cons of Natural vs Artificial Lighting

By Dan Marshall - Innovative Skylights

Light is becoming a very important design element for homes. When remodeling or building a custom home, planning the placement of natural lighting such as windows, skylights and tubular skylights and is important for your overall comfort, health and productivity. Studies have shown natural lighting creates a more calm and less stressful indoor environment.  While…

Read More

Room Additions: 3 Top Reasons To” Improve” Rather Than “Move”

By Dan Bawden - Legal Eagle Contractors

Your home was perfect and met your family’s needs when you bought it. As the years went by “life happened”. Maybe you want a little more space in your home. Maybe you absolutely love your home, considered moving to a new home due to lack of space, but discovered that it would be far cheaper…

Read More

Fascinating Facts About The World of Toilets

By Dan Bawden - Legal Eagle Contractors

A toilet is a necessary place to “visit” each day for every person on the planet and there is an amazing array of choices in the toilets from across the world.  In a surprising number of countries the same crude, porcelain-lined hole in the ground that has been around for centuries is still the common…

Read More