5 Common Home Remodeling Myths

Rebekah Bathroom remodel, Kitchen remodel, Tips, Uncategorized

Just like the myth that you can only balance an egg on a full moon, myths exist about home remodeling. But addressing five common misconceptions and putting these myths to rest.  1 | Your project will never come in on-time and on budget. One of the most common misconceptions is that every remodeling project will always run past the expected finish date. On most televised home remodeling shows, there’s a major cost issue that is overlooked and it pushes back the finish date past what was originally expected. Usually done for the dramatic effect, it makes the show more captivating …

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3 Longest Lasting Kitchen Countertop Materials

Rebekah Kitchen remodel, Tips, Uncategorized

Choosing the right countertop material for your new kitchen during the remodeling process can be a difficult choice to say the least. One of the most important factors to consider when choosing the right material is the lifespan of the countertop material. Being an expensive and highly utilized piece of the kitchen, you will likely want to ensure that you have the longest lasting kitchen countertop material possible. Thankfully, your local Alderwood kitchen remodeler is here to help guide you to the best decision. 1 | Natural Stones In terms of longevity, some of the best options for your kitchen …

DIY or Get Help?: 5 Questions to Guide You Before Hiring a LicensedKitchen and Bath Remodeler

Jair Reina Kitchen remodel, Tips, Uncategorized

In the age of HGTV and Pinterest, it’s easy to get inspired to touch up your home. From paint and trim to knocking out walls and adding built-ins, there’s always a home improvement project to be tackled. Some of these projects are well worth a dive into the world of DIY. At other times, you would be wise to trust your home improvement project to a licensed kitchen and bath remodeler. Here are five questions to ask yourself to help you decide: Am I equipped to accomplish this project safely? Every home improvement project comes with a risk. Sometimes that means you risk not …