4 Features of a Classic, Timeless Kitchen

December 26th, 2016 by Nick Cohen

If you’re looking into remodeling your kitchen, why not go with a classic, timeless theme that will stand the test of time? Today, we want to help you do just that with some tips for building a kitchen that is always up to date. Here are 4 things to keep in mind. Continue Reading

Rethink Your Bathroom Décor for a Spacious Remodel

December 19th, 2016 by Nick Cohen

Many homeowners have one goal in mind when it comes to a remodel. Often, the main goal is space—expanding the square footage of the bathroom so people have more room to move around and get ready in the mornings.

If space is the goal for your bathroom remodel, don’t neglect the other elements that bring a bathroom together. Here are three reasons you should rethink your entire décor scheme if you really want to take advantage of an opportunity to remodel. Continue Reading

Getting By with No Kitchen During a Remodel

December 12th, 2016 by Nick Cohen

Remodeling a kitchen can be incredibly rewarding—at the end of the job. During the job, however, you don’t have any access to your kitchen! And we know just how frustrating that can be. Whether you’re in the middle of a remodel or you’re planning one for the near future, we want to help! Here is how you can get by without a complete kitchen during a remodel. Continue Reading

Our Favorite Places to Explore and Shop in Calabasas

December 5th, 2016 by Nick Cohen

We love Calabasas for many more reasons than its proximity to Los Angeles and its celebrity repertoire. Calabasas has a beauty and charm all its own. With so much to do—like a selection of shopping centers, equestrian training and trails, and hiking—you might never want to leave!

Check out a few of our favorite places in Calabasas, and let us know what you think. And if you’re looking for a construction company for a new home or renovation in the area, give us a call! Continue Reading

Upgrade Your Bathroom for Relaxation

November 28th, 2016 by Nick Cohen

Perhaps your kids have just moved out and you finally have the bathroom all to yourself. Or maybe your morning routine has always felt uncomfortable and rushed and you feel ready for a change. Either way, if you want to upgrade to a more relaxing bathroom, we recommend calling a local contractor to follow through with a remodel. Here’s how to optimize the space for relaxation! Continue Reading

The Right Stove and Range for Your Kitchen Remodel

November 21st, 2016 by Nick Cohen

If you’re remodeling your kitchen, you might be most excited to upgrade that older range and stove that made cooking a little less enjoyable. The final stove and range you pick out will, of course, depend on a lot of different factors, such as the amount of space you have available. But we want to help you make sure you have the right cooking appliance for your home by providing this list of a few things to consider when upgrading your kitchen. Continue Reading

How Long Will It Take to Remodel My Bathroom?

November 14th, 2016 by Nick Cohen

Remodeling a bathroom can raise the ROI (return on investment) you can expect if you sell your home. But perhaps more importantly, a remodeled bathroom makes your home a much more welcoming and comfortable place to be.

With a new shower, tub, sink, cabinetry, faucet, and more, you feel more relaxed, and it might make your morning and nightly routines a whole lot easier. But how much time will it take from beginning to end? Continue Reading

Need Help Choosing a New Sink and Faucet?

November 7th, 2016 by Nick Cohen

When homeowners decide to tackle a kitchen remodel—big or small—a common priority is the kitchen sink. Many people are dissatisfied with their current sinks, either because they’re too shallow, because the faucet is inconvenient to use, or because of the look of the sink.

No matter what your reasons for seeking out a new sink and faucet, we’ve got a little bit of advice that may help steer you in the right direction. But perhaps our best advice is to seek out a qualified contractor to help you through the process! Continue Reading

4 Ways to Make Your Bathroom More Comfortable for Everyone

October 31st, 2016 by Nick Cohen

Some of the people in your life may be living with disabilities or chronic pain that makes it difficult to navigate smaller spaces. While you may not think much about how comfortable you feel in the bathroom, a family member may feel discomfort in a way that’s difficult to understand. You can make your bathroom more comfortable for everyone who visits or lives there with these bathroom add-ins. Continue Reading

Remodel for a Low Maintenance Bathroom

October 24th, 2016 by Nick Cohen

The bathroom is, of course, not a room you could do away with. But sometimes, you wish you didn’t have to care for it so often.

Cleaning and maintaining a bathroom can be tough work. It can be difficult to keep a bathroom looking shiny and new when you have kids or a busy lifestyle. Plus, bathroom plumbing components can run into a lot of problems over time, simply because they get more use than other plumbing components in your home. Continue Reading