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Should You Turn Your Attic Into a Bedroom?

Do you ever just wish you had a little more space? If you love your home but you could use just a little more room, you might be eyeing your attic. After all, it’s just hanging out overhead, dusty and full of cobwebs and old boxes.

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Laundry Room Remodeling Ideas

A poorly designed laundry room can cause all sorts of problems for your family. When you don’t have good use of space in your laundry room, your laundry can get out of control pretty quickly. With a busy family, it can be pretty hectic to keep up.

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Three Add-Ons for Creating a Backyard Oasis

It’s still February, but warmer weather is right around the corner. Every day, the sun shines a little brighter and the thought of warm, sunny days seems a little closer. The only thing better than a bluebird morning is having your own little slice of paradise to enjoy it in. If you’re a homeowner, the possibilities are practically limitless when it comes to creating a backyard haven.

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Ideas for Making Your Home More Wheelchair Accessible

Your home is your family’s haven. You want everyone in your family to feel comfortable and happy in your home. That’s why when someone you love uses a wheelchair, it’s important to make the right modifications to make your home as easy for them to get around in as possible. Whether you’ve got an elderly parent moving back home or you’re trying to adapt your space for another family member, we can help.

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How Carpentry Contractors Can Get You the Storage You Need

Whether you live in a spacious ranch house or a loft, it seems one thing every homeowner runs short on sooner or later is storage. No matter how much you declutter your home, if you don’t have enough storage space to begin with, things can start to feel cramped and claustrophobic. From stashing toiletries to storing toys, many homes just don’t seem to have enough usable storage space.

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Should You Have Crown Molding Installed in Your Home?

Crown molding can be a beautiful addition to a home. You’ve probably seen it in many older homes, as it was a staple of homes built throughout the early 20th century. Not surprisingly, this beautiful molding is more popular today than it has ever been. Its ability to add a polished look to a room has remained a hit throughout the decades. If you are remodeling your home, you may have considered adding crown molding to your walls.

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Custom Carpentry for Your Attic Conversion

When you have a growing family, you may find yourself in need of additional space. Rather than adding new space on to an existing home, many homeowners find the new space they need by simply looking up. For many families, an attic is simply an empty space that could easily be converted into a livable room.

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Crown Molding: Your Secret Weapon for Room Finishing

You’ve purchased a home, yet it is seriously lacking one thing that you can’t put your finger on. The walls are dull, empty, and you are getting flashbacks of the dingy college apartment you shared with your roommates. Your dream home deserves the gorgeous border that has window contractors in Woodbury giddy with excitement: crown molding.

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The Three Types of Storm Damage You're Likely to Face

Rain, wind and snow storms can damage your home. Unfortunately, the types of damages are virtually limitless. A storm damage restoration professional can help, but it’s worthwhile to avoid the damages before they occur. To do so, you’ll need to be knowledgeable about the three most prevalent storm damages. Let’s check them out

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Custom Carpentry and Your House

Your new house may be brand new or “new to you,” either way, you're most certainly excited about your new home. You probably bought the house because you like the layout, the design, and general features the house has to offer toward being a home for you and your family. Brand new houses, as built by a contractor, often incorporate generic styles that don't suit your personal tastes. Older houses may have a particular charm but need some renovation or a change in styles different owners have incorporated over the years.

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