Advanced Builders & Contractors Blog: Archive for August, 2015

3 Things You Might Not Expect When Remodeling a Bathroom

Monday, August 31st, 2015

A bathroom remodel is a complicated job that doesn’t always go as planned, but the end result is worth it if you can push past the unexpected frustrations and trust your contractor to get the job done. While it’s important to plan as much as you can for a remodel, we know from experience that the project can stray a little bit from the original intention. We’ve put together this list so that homeowners can prepare to expect the unexpected when remodeling a bathroom.

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Personalizing Your Kitchen Cabinets During a Remodel

Monday, August 24th, 2015

When you are remodeling a kitchen, up to 30% of your budget may be spent on the drawers and cabinetry around the room. These take up a lot of space in your kitchen, so make sure they meet your needs with our tips for personalizing your kitchen cabinets.

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Planning Your Lighting Design for Your New Home

Monday, August 17th, 2015

When you come home at night after a long day, one of the first things you do is flip on a light switch. The lights are undeniably an important feature of any home. Have you put enough time and thought into planning your lighting design?

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Staying Organized with a Kitchen Remodel: It Won’t Be Easy

Monday, August 10th, 2015

As home construction and remodeling contractors, we will be the first to tell you that remodeling a kitchen or any room of the home can be a messy job. There’s no way around it; although we try to be as clean as possible, you will be faced with some amount of dust, debris, and general clutter around the home while your contractor works.

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4 Things to Avoid When Planning for New Home Construction

Monday, August 3rd, 2015

Building a new home is both exciting and nerve-wracking. The opportunity to build the house of your dreams may be exhilarating, but what if it’s not quite right? While you can always make renovations later, this is something you’ll certainly want to avoid. In today’s guide, we’ve detailed a few things you should avoid if you want to feel comfortable in your new home.

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