Our Easy Bay HVAC and building contractors discuss 6 ways to incorporate energy efficiency upgrades into your home remodel/renovation.
The warm weather and increased daylight are some of the factors that make summer an ideal time to live through a home renovation project. Unfortunately, once the reality of the project hits you, you may feel overwhelmed during the planning process. But make no mistake, hurrying through the planning process will make for a gloomy … Continue reading “9 Tips for Surviving a Summer Home Renovation”
We’ve gathered 11 time-tested tips for selecting & working with the right Bay Area general contractor for your renovation project.
Can an East Bay general contractor create the bedroom of your dreams, literally and metaphorically, on budget and on spec? The answer depends on what you want to do!
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.
2012 Bay Area remodeling season is upon us. Whether you’ve already decided on the scope and depth of your project, or you are still recovering from your wild New Year’s eve party and only now getting around to your to-do list for 2012, here are eight hot trends in home remodeling.
You feel a primordial urge to remodel the kitchen in your Bay Area home, condo, or apartment. Perhaps you’re just sick of the sticky cabinet drawers, dreary Feng Shui, poor layout, and ancient appliances. Perhaps you’re considering a larger remodeling job, and you realize that “doing the kitchen” transforms your home into a far more valuable asset. Perhaps you’re just facing pressure from your spouse to “make the place look nice” so that it’s less of an embarrassment when guests or in-laws visit.
Homeowners and property owners often only pay attention to the structural components of a building if and when they fail. Unfortunately, many — if not most — problems with structural components like doors, windows, and walls can be fixed at a fraction of the cost of replacement, if you notice them early enough. This essay will briefly explore the science of “wall maintenance” and help you nip potential structural damage in the bud.
Here’s our quick and objective guide to help you determine whether to remodel your house, build a new home, or simply move.