25 March 2018
Concrete is a common construction material found on many modern residential properties. Your home might have a concrete driveway, sidewalks, or patio floor that add to the form and function of your property. Keeping these concrete construction elements in good condition is essential to preserving the safety and value of your home. Resurfacing can be a useful tool when it comes to maintaining your concrete living areas. Determining when your concrete surfaces need to be resurfaced will allow you to keep your property looking great and functioning properly well into the future.
9 August 2016
If you are looking to remodel your kitchen cabinets, there are a few ways you can accomplish this. The first is the refacing method, and the second is a total custom cabinetry overhaul. While there may be some middle ground (e.g., custom refacing), it is important to look at the first two methods and size them up by their differences before making a choice. Refacing Refacing keeps all of the actual cabinets but adds all new doors, drawers and hardware.
3 May 2016
Remodeling your master bathroom can be a great way of making your home feel more luxurious and make it more enjoyable for you to take showers or baths every day. While your budget may not allow for a lot of projects in the bathroom, you should set aside some of your money for an update to the shower. Since the shower is likely used every single day, you'll really be able to enjoy some improvements that are made.
1 April 2016
If you're a homeowner who's hoping to jazz up the interior of your home with some fresh accents, you could find that old-fashioned brick or brick veneer is the key. Masons can create some lovely, stately brick highlights that make your home look cozy, modern, and elegant. Three places in particular in the home work well when created with brick or brick veneers. Backsplashes The back wall behind the stove in your home doesn't have to be left as barely painted drywall or tile.
16 February 2016
If you want to upgrade your porch this spring, and are currently in the design process, make sure that you keep these four things in mind while creating your porch design. #1 Think About How You Want To Use The Space The first thing you need to do is really think about how you want to use the space throughout the year. A porch can serve a lot of different purposes and once you narrow down the purposes you would like your porch to serve, you'll be able to move forward with the design process.