Remodeling For Universal Design

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

As we age, our needs change. That means our current home may not serve us as well as it used to. Whether you are considering staying in your home long into your golden years, or you’re just talking to Mom or Dad about moving in with you when they sell the house—universal design is an important theme to know about.

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Tags: Aging in Place, Remodeling Tips

Guide to Choosing the Right Kitchen Cabinets in Connecticut

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

Whether you’re renovating the kitchen in your Connecticut home or building a new home in the area, choosing the right cabinets for your home isn’t something you can take lightly. For one thing, your cabinets are perhaps the most dominant feature in your kitchen. And with the kitchen playing such a critical role as the “heart of your home,” cabinets are important.

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Tags: Kitchen Remodeling, Building a Custom Home

Tips for Winterizing Your Connecticut Home

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

Weatherproofing is a necessary part of life. After all, you need a winter wardrobe. When you get right down to it, your house isn’t all that different. Your home needs a winter wardrobe of its own—certain things to help it through the cold, harsh months.

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Tags: Homeowner Tips, Seasonal Remodeling Projects

Is Winter a Good Time to Remodel?

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

It may be hard to believe, but winter is actually an excellent time to launch – and complete – remodeling jobs inside your home. People assume that spring and summer are the best seasons for making much-needed home renovations. In truth, though, those seasons are packed full of busy, outdoor activities, and, so, are excellent times for outdoor remodeling projects.

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Tags: Whole Home Remodeling, Seasonal Remodeling Projects

4 Ideas for Decorating Your Home for the Holidays

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

For some Connecticut homeowners, decorating their homes for the holidays is something they look forward to all year. For others, it’s something they approach with a slight sense of apprehension. And for many of us, it’s a bit of a mixture of the two.

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Tags: Curb Appeal, Holidays

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