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Category: Major Remodels & Additions

Signs that Your Foundation May Be in Trouble

If you think you might have a foundation issue, here are the top signs to look out for.
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Pre-Design Meeting Prep

If you've ever been so tired of your home's aesthetic or function that you just need a remodel RIGHT NOW? Wait until you read this article. Rushing into a remodel without the appropriate planning is not a good use of funds or likely to get you what you want.
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Six Times a Full-Service Remodeler Makes Dollars and Sense

There are times where it's really worth paying for the expertise and quality. We think your home is worth it.
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Bringing Large Beams into a Woodinville Home Addition

How do you support a two-story addition when you remove the support posts? Bring in massive beams, of course!
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Bathtubs are Making a Comeback

The luxury of bathing is back and better than ever.
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Kitchen Organization Tools that Really Count

When beginning a kitchen remodel, it’s hard to know everything to consider, which is why if you employ a quality design-build firm, they can help you determine what items might be helpful for your lifestyle. Read on to find what many of our clients choose.
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Practical Bathroom Planning for the Well-Thought Out Remodel

It's always helpful to start out a remodel with a good grasp on your lifestyle and how you use your space. The enclosed tips will give you some additional things to consider.
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Remodeling Woes are Real

We attempt to minimize the disruptions and challenges for our clients as much as possible by protecting the rooms staying intact, keeping our clients apprised of the schedule, and possible dates that they may need to relinquish the house, and generally attempting to be thoughtful about how we leave your home each day. The reality is that remodeling while living in your home, is going to come with challenges. Learn what to expect here.
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Make Your Design Time Count

To help your design process be as efficient as possible, it's helpful to know what questions you should discuss with other decision makers in your family, prior to your design meeting.
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The Waiting Game

Sometimes the hardest part of a remodel is waiting for things to happen. Read on to see items that can take some time to receive prior to starting construction.
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