How to Rebuild After a House Fire

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

If you're ever in the unfortunate position of suffering through a fire or other disaster that damages your home, you may be faced with significant repairs. It's not simply a matter of cleaning up and fixing what's been damaged. Here's a brief look at how to rebuild after a house fire (or another disaster).

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Tags: Whole Home Remodeling, Remodeling Tips, Building a Custom Home, Buying a New Home

What Should I Do When My Custom Home is Being Built Too Slowly?

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

It’s absolutely normal to be eager to take possession of your brand new home. It’s normal to be impatient and to want to hurry the process along. However, when it comes to custom homebuilding process, there’s really no way to rush the job without compromising on quality.  Since you already spent enough time figuring out how to find a home builder, and now you're spending good money on your new house, you don’t want to cut corners just for the sake of moving in a bit sooner 

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Tags: Choosing a Contractor, Whole Home Remodeling, Building a Custom Home

How to Design the Perfect Bathroom

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

Have you ever been in a newly remodeled bathroom that just made your jaw drop? Rooms with that kind of “wow” factor don’t just happen. They take some work, but that work doesn’t start when the remodeler shows up with his tools. As a matter of fact, the work starts before a designer begins putting his pencil to a plan (or starts moving the cursor on his computer screen). And guess who needs to start this work? You!

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Tags: Bathroom Remodeling, Whole Home Remodeling

The Top Mistakes in Building an In-Law Suite and How to Avoid Them

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

Though it's never fun to think about in advance, more and more families are now taking care of an elderly parent or relative at some point in time. This phenomenon is often referred to as joining the sandwich generation—caring for both aging parents and boomerang kids.

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Tags: Multi-Generational Living, Whole Home Remodeling, Building a Custom Home

How to Avoid Bad Traffic Flow in Your Remodeled CT Kitchen

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

Getting traffic to flow smoothly through your kitchen can be a challenge. But that doesn’t mean you have to hang traffic signs above your kitchen island or post a traffic copin your kitchen to solve the problem. You just need a little planning and the assistance of a qualified CT remodeler.

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Tags: Kitchen Remodeling, Whole Home Remodeling, Remodeling Tips

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