10 Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Start a Kitchen Remodel

From Architectural Digest 10 Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Start a Kitchen Remodel Before you tear down any walls, look at this list Text by Lindsey Mather Posted March 21, 2016 Architectural designer Peter Napolitano and decorator Thomas Britt transformed this Manhattan kitchen and dining area. The palette and repeated elements, such as the Read more about 10 Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Start a Kitchen Remodel[…]

Why you should never touch anything on your home construction site

By Tim Carter From The Washington Post   See that angled board nailed to the vertical wall studs? It’s a temporary diagonal wall brace used to stabilize the framing while the house is built. (Tim Carter) I stopped by my new house that’s under construction. I go there at the end of each day to Read more about Why you should never touch anything on your home construction site[…]

September To-Do Check List

To-Dos: Your September Home Checklist Cooler weather is coming! It’s time to check the furnace, add weatherstripping, clean out the gutters and more Laura Gaskill September 2, 2016 Houzz Contributor. I cover topics ranging from decorating ideas, product picks, Houzz… More From the first days, which probably still feel like summer, to the last, when Read more about September To-Do Check List[…]

Your Guide to a Smooth-Running Construction Project

How to save time, money and your sanity when building new or remodeling Jeffrey Veffer, B. Arch, MBA April 27, 2014 Houzz Contributor Imagine walking into your newly built or remodeled home and seeing it exactly as you had imagined it at the start of construction: the windows are all in the right places, the Read more about Your Guide to a Smooth-Running Construction Project[…]

Beyond Zero

By Ted Cushman Maine Houses Raise the Bar Contributing more power to the grid than it consumes, the 700 square-foot BrightBuilt Barn in coastal Rockport, Maine, maintains comfortable indoor temperatures without the use of fossil fuel. Photo courtesy Bensonwood Homes Building a net-zero energy house is one thing in a mild climate, but what about Read more about Beyond Zero[…]

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