Advanced Builders & Contractors Blog: Archive for November, 2015

Realistic Expectations for Remodeling a Kitchen or Bathroom

Monday, November 30th, 2015

We know that any homeowner has certain expectations going into a remodel. And, for the most part, you assume that everything will go smoothly. As remodeling contractors, we always strive to make it so that the job goes according to plan. But we know better than anyone that, sometimes, you have to expect the unexpected.

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Should You Move Out During a Remodel?

Monday, November 23rd, 2015

This is a question that contractors get asked frequently, and it’s a tough one to answer. If you’ve got the means to move out, you have hired a quality contractor, and you have a good place to go, it might be in your best interest to move out temporarily. Here’s why we often suggest leaving the house for a short while, and what you can do to prepare for the move.

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Adding a Bedroom to Your Home But Don’t Know Where to Start?

Monday, November 16th, 2015

You know you need to add space to your home, either for a spare guest bedroom or a new room to welcome a brand new family member or an elderly relative. While you’ve got a long way to go in renovating your home or remodeling an existing room, one of the toughest decisions comes now: where will the new room go?

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Making Your Bathroom Remodel Safe for Seniors

Monday, November 9th, 2015

Senior citizens often have more challenges with mobility than other people in the home, and a fall can result in a larger injury than it would for someone younger. Show the seniors in your home that you care about their safety by considering some of these additions when you are planning to remodel a bathroom. The health and wellbeing of the people you love is worth the change in your bathroom design.

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A Quick Kitchen Remodeling Guide for People Who Love Cooking

Monday, November 2nd, 2015

You may not be a world-class chef, but working in a spacious and efficient kitchen can certainly make you feel like one. If you love cooking, your kitchen remodel should allow you to optimize space so that you have more space to prepare meals, giving you the ability to be even more adventurous in the kitchen. Here, we offer an overview on what to plan for your kitchen remodel—and what to do while you are without your kitchen!

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