Disabled Parent Living with You? 3 Tips to Remodel Your Bathroom to Fit Their Needs

Posted on: 10 May 2019

If you have a disabled parent living with you, you should make changes to make their life as comfortable as possible in your home. One area you can start with is to remodel your bathroom. Below are three tips on the changes you should make so your parent will have an easier time going into and using the restroom. Widen Doorway If your parent is in any kind of wheelchair or they use a type of walker, you should widen the doorway of the bathroom.
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Living In A Forever Home? 3 Kitchen Remodeling Projects Worth Considering

Posted on: 29 March 2019

After living in your home for long enough, you may have decided to make it your forever home because you love the neighborhood, landscape, and all its interior features. But, you may know that you can improve upon the home in numerous ways based on your wants and needs. If you want to turn the kitchen into a space where you enjoy spending time every day, you should consider taking on several projects that you will find beneficial to have in a forever home.
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Love To Cook? 5 Tips To Create A Chef's Kitchen

Posted on: 1 March 2019

Do you love to cook? Then a chef's kitchen is right for you. This style of kitchen focuses on the ease of cooking and your ability to use your space to create new and creative dishes. It translates a love of cooking into a physical space.  So how can you work with your kitchen remodeling contractor to design a true chef's kitchen? Here are five best tips. Add Work Space. Chefs need a lot of room to work.
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Three Exterior Things To Replace On Your Home

Posted on: 4 April 2018

If you are thinking about remodeling your home, you may be thinking about getting certain things replaced on the inside. Maybe it's time to replace your carpeting with hardwood floors. Or you know there are a few windows that definitely need replacing. While you're looking for things to replace, you don't want to forget about the exterior of your home. Here are three things you may need to replace on the outside.
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