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Are Dining Rooms Going the Way of the Dodo Bird?

Do you have a separate dining room? How often do you use it? Daily? Weekly? Or only a handful of times when family comes to dine for holiday meals? A distinct space for dining has persisted in homes throughout the last century, despite the fact that fewer families eat together at...
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Renovate a Basement into a Home Office

In this blog post, we will explain in detail why working from your basement home office is a good idea. Next, we will go over considerations for your basement office space that must be addressed. Finally, to happily work from home in the basement, you’ll want to add some style to...
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Modify a Single Family Home to Accommodate Family, Guests, or Renters

Looking to modify a single family home? Your motivations for altering your home are as variable as the weather in Colorado. Maybe you were busting at the seams when all your children lived at home but now you and your spouse are living in an empty nest. Perhaps you’re looking for...
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Maximize Your Backyard with a Back Porch or Deck Addition

Are you a front porch or a backyard kind of person? While a front porch provides a view into the comings and goings of our neighbors and quick receipt of any packages, a back porch is often quieter, more private and a place where you can crack open an adult beverage without the...
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Mad About Mid-Century? How to Incorporate Mid-Century Modern Touches

Add Mid-century modern touches to your home Mid-century modern describes a type of architecture that sprang up in the post-war years and brought with it lots of light, dens, patio time, and open concept floor plans. Maybe when you hear “mid-century modern,” you envision the Brady...
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Removing Remodeling Related Dust and Other Stressors

We get it. Remodeling projects are ripe with stress. Let’s examine a few reasons. Remodeling involves multiple decisions and multiple decision makers A considerable amount of money is involved Various parties (i.e. contractor, subcontractors) play a role Your home, usually a...
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Add a Porch and Add Curb Appeal

A home without a porch is just a house. Porches are inviting, attractive and functional. We receive inquiries from homeowners who want to ad a porch and wonder whether adding one is worth the time and money. Signs you NEED to add a porch: You, or someone in your household enjoys...
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Home Remodeling Contractor Questions

Home remodeling is less daunting when there is transparency. Getting there is easier when homeowners prepare questions for contractors. Contractor Questions to Ask: What is the schedule? Ask to get an idea of the big picture but allow for milestones. For instance, will flooring...
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Open to New Doors and Windows?

New Doors and Windows Thinking about new doors and windows? Whether it’s to repair damage, save money by reducing energy consumption or enhance the look of your home, the decision to install new doors and windows, like any home repair, requires selecting the appropriate material...
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Knowing When it’s Time for a Home Addition

Deciding on your home addition You are considering an addition to your home. You’ve looked online, talked to friends and family about whether a house addition is the best choice. A home addition is not a DIY type of affair. A professional can help you navigate any necessary...
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