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Mudroom Additions

No matter what your situation is - family of five, a couple with a lively dog, or even a single person - a mudroom can be beneficial. No matter the season, a place to unload snowy boots, wet umbrellas, or sandy sandals will help keep the home tidier as well as provide...

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Home Remodeling Trends for 2018

The end of one year means the beginning of another. What home design trends will be big in 2018? No matter if you’re remodeling your “forever” home or getting ready to sell, it’s never too early to start thinking about how you can improve your home. Here are a few...

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Bathroom Additions

Bathroom Additions A bathroom remodel can do a lot of things: add another sink, update fixtures, provide more storage, and even expand the shower to a bathroom/shower combo. It’s perfect for someone living alone or even a couple. But that bathroom can get...

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Permitting a Project

Permits Protect The Homeowner In Clark County, or local city jurisdictions, permits are needed for most major remodel plans. In fact, some smaller jobs need a permit, too: any fence over 6-feet high, any deck more than 30 inches off the ground, and any...

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Parade of Homes Kitchen Ideas

The 40th edition of the Clark County Parade of Homes ended a few weeks ago and gave parade goers all kinds of new ideas for their home remodeling projects. Parade homes never fail to showcase innovative ideas for energy efficiency, floor plans, or enjoying...

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Custom Cabinetry

During a home remodel, walls can be stripped down to the studs or even taken out completely. Wiring moved, plumbing upgraded, and so on. But where a remodeler really makes their mark is how they put it all back together again. Yes, how a home is wired, plumbed, or...

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Master Suite Floor Plans

Master(ful) Suites The master suite is one area of the house where you can, literally, bathe in luxury. If you are able to add a little room to the suite - either by adding on to the house or stealing a little room from an adjoining area - there are few limits to the...

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Handicap Accessibility

Remodeling the Kitchen for the Handicapped Homeowner With more and more people aging in place, a home they moved into 20 years ago may no longer be able to serve the homeowner’s lifestyle today. While many aspects of the home may need to be changed if the homeowner...

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Upscale Remodeling

What's Worth It? As with all remodeling projects, a close eye needs to be kept on the budget. But even if you’re looking to really “do it up,” there are very few instances where you can make a decent return on your investment. When looking to make an upscale change to...

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