Archive for April, 2015

A Remodeling Guide to Bathroom Cabinets

Monday, April 27th, 2015 by Nick Cohen

Before you begin the process of remodeling a bathroom, you should always have a general plan in mind. Consulting with a contractor every step of the way helps you to realize your design vision. As you work with your general contractor, here are some things you should keep in mind about selecting one of the most important features of your bathroom, the cabinetry. (more…)

3 Home Improvement Projects to Enhance Your Spring Cleaning

Monday, April 20th, 2015 by Nick Cohen

Spring is here, which means it’s the perfect time to make some major improvements to your home. Many people do this every spring in the form of a whole-house spring cleaning, throwing away unwanted items, organizing those that remain, and cleaning hard-to-reach surfaces. If you’ve been considering remodeling, and you want to make spring cleaning a little bit easier this year and for years to come, the following remodeling considerations may be for you.

Remodel a Bathroom or Kitchen for Greater Storage

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How to Plan for Remodeling a Living Room

Monday, April 13th, 2015 by Nick Cohen

Upgrading the living room in a home is always a welcome change, as this is the room where you entertain guests, relax with a new book, and hang out with family in front of a movie at the end of a long, busy week. You know you want to upgrade your new living room, but how do you decide where to begin? Your best bet is to speak with a quality remodeling contractor in Los Angeles, but take a look at our guide if you need a little help getting started. (more…)

3 Remodeling Considerations for a Child-Friendly Home

Monday, April 6th, 2015 by Nick Cohen

When you have children, your daily life changes in many ways. Shouldn’t your home change along with it? When you remodel your home and keep kid-friendly fixtures, flooring, and décor in mind, you make your daily life simpler, your children happier, and your home a safer place to be. Consider these three remodeling ideas for your kitchen and bathroom, and call an experienced contractor to learn more about your options.

Lower the Vanity

Brushing teeth and washing hands can be tough when a home is designed for adults. Choose a lower vanity with your remodel, and a professional can set up the plumbing so that it accommodates this change. You can also install a pull-out step built into the vanity, so that kids do not have to stand on tiptoes or rely on shaky plastic stepstools.

Choose Easy-to-Clean, Non-Slip Surfaces for Flooring

You can design your flooring for kid safety without compromising the style of the room. Keep in mind that any porous material is more likely to stain, glossy materials may be too slippery, and smaller tiles have more grout in between, which makes cleanup a bit more difficult. Sheet vinyl is a great, easy-to-clean surface, but choose a vinyl with a textured surface for better traction.

Optimize Storage Spaces and Workspaces

Pedestal sinks have a stylish, vintage feel that may greatly enhance your décor. However, when you have kids, you need more room to store grooming products and bath toys. Installing a bathroom vanity with storage underneath the sink is ideal when you have kids. And keeping kitchen items up high and out-of-reach is often just as important. Ask your contractor about extending your cabinet space to the ceiling of your kitchen to create more storage room and to store heavy, sharp, or dangerous products away from a child’s reach.

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