Tips for Hiring a General Contractor: Keep Your Project On Time, On Spec, and Under Budget

Posted on June 18, 2012 By BA Staff

Most homeowners and business owners in Northern California (and beyond) are not trained in project management. This lack of training can rebound to terrible effect, if/when you need to make major repairs on your property, electrical system, plumbing, HVAC system, etc. To that end, let’s give you some ground rules to help you make better decisions – and how to hire a general contractor.

Massively Boost Your San Francisco Home’s Value: 3 Drop Dead Easy Tricks

Posted on May 2, 2012 By BA Staff

If you’re struggling to sell a condo or home in San Francisco, and you want to remodel to make your place more appealing; or you’ve got a-million-and-one “fixer-upper” tasks on your plate, here is a useful list of home value boosting ideas.

New Kitchen Technologies

Posted on April 13, 2012 By BA Staff

Let’s face it, people. It’s already 2012. It’s about time that some of the crazy futuristic technologies featured in the science fiction movies and TV shows of our youth became reality. Fortunately, kitchen designers have not disappointed. If you transported a lucky soul from, say 1959 to present, he (or she) would be flabbergasted by some of the unreal kitchen tech that’s currently available (and surprisingly affordable).
Consider these crazy gadgets:

What’s New in Garage Door Materials, Designs and Trends?

Posted on March 19, 2012 By BA Staff

Whether you’re remodeling your San Francisco kitchen or Bay Area bathroom– or your teenager accidentally backed out of the garage without opening the door and dented your Beamer something fierce – you’d like a summary of the latest, greatest news in garage door materials, designs, trends, and resale value.

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