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How to Plan Your Bathroom Remodel

The design of your bathroom is one of the wow-factors when it comes to your home. It is one of the rooms people look at to assess the overall value of your home. It’s also a place where you expect to find comfort. If you find that your bathroom isn’t all that you dreamt it would be, remodeling your bathroom is a good option for you. However, before you hire a general contractor, it’s important to plan appropriately for your bathroom remodel.

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3 Myths About Roof Leaks

Roofs do more than help support your home. Your roof keeps the water out of your home, which helps prevent problems with mold, mildew, and damage to your personal property. Leaky roofs are a common problem for most homeowners. However, many homeowners have preconceived notions about leaky roofs that should be dispelled to ensure their roof is structurally sound and capable of doing what it was designed to do.

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How to Plan for Your Kitchen Remodel

Remodeling your kitchen is a significant project, and you need to approach it as such. If you take it for granted, it’s possible that you may not get the kitchen of your dreams, or it may cost you more than you budgeted for in the beginning. The best way to ensure that you get exactly what you want is to plan for your kitchen remodel in advance.

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Why Your Next Remodeling Project Should Incorporate Green Features

Conserving energy is a big deal when it comes to your home. Even major industries are not overlooking the need for more conservation measures. Many manufacturers are creating green products that promise to transform your home into a green machine. The following are a few reasons why your next remodel or upgrade project should be a green project.

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Why You Can't Afford Insulation Deficiencies

Energy audits are often overlooked by homeowners. With a focus on everyday projects in and around their homes, it’s easy to overlook the benefits of an energy audit. However, overlooking an energy audit year after year may cost you a lot of money. In fact, if you have low insulation now, you could be costing your household thousands each year.

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3 High-Value Areas to Remodel in Your Home

After making all the necessary changes and repairs, you may dream of a remodeling or a home upgrade project. Granite countertops, a grand double-door entrance, or an open bathroom with skylights are all ways to transform your home and make it comfortable for you, but do these projects add value to your home? We examined the 2016 Cost Vs. Value report for Minneapolis and saw a few interesting finds. You may be surprised to see what areas within your home can be remodeled or upgraded to give you the most bang for your buck.

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Why Summer Time is the Perfect Time to Think About Insulation

Ah summer time! The time of the year that Minnesota residents can enjoy the warm breezes and balmy temperatures that help them thaw out from their long winters. The last thing you probably want to think about is insulation, winter time and your home. Now is the perfect time to do so though and here's why:

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Kitchen Ideas and Themes

One of the most common home renovations is to conduct a full kitchen upgrade. Most people spend as much if not more time in their kitchen as any other room in the house, so it only makes sense to customize the room to suit your needs. If you watch the food channel on TV you’re already aware of how intricately well designed a kitchen can be, and probably have a few ideas about how to perfect your own kitchen for daily use. Those ideas and more can be accomplished by an experienced professional contractor; imagination and creativity are the only limits to how awesome your kitchen can be.

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Building Beyond Code: Taking Pride in the Job

Although building codes may seem like unnecessary bureaucratic rules at times, it’s important to remember the codes have a reason as they prevent structural failures.

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Built In Living Room Projects

Although kitchens and bathrooms are often the focus of renovations, the living room is where your family spends most of their time and the area your guests use when you entertain company. Although you may not think about remodeling the living room, there are ways to upgrade it and make the space more inviting. New paint and trim carpentry can change the feel of the room to a style which suits you, or to make a bigger change custom building projects can add focal points and help define the use of the space.

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