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Did you know that the Federal Government has created programs and incentives that can make your remodeling project less daunting? That’s right. Federal, state and local government incentive programs help homeowners improve the value of their homes, which supports the economy, and helps...

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Whether you're changing the size and layout of your kitchen, or you're unhappy with how tired it looks, these 2020 remodeling trends can help guide you through your new kitchen transformation.

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As the heart of the home, a kitchen is a bustling place, and your kitchen countertops will almost definitely take a beating on most days. A bottle of grape juice gets knocked over by a backpack. Kids go to slice cheese without using a cutting board. Hot pots are set on top of the countertop to...

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Pumping out family, friends, and food day in and day out, the kitchen truly is the heart of the home.

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Countertops are a focal point in kitchens and bathrooms. They account for much of the surface area in the space and attract the eye with their color, motion, patterns, and sheen.

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One of the hardest parts of a home remodeling project is visualizing a new floorplan for your space and choosing finishes and colors to complete your look. The growth of augmented reality apps, however, allows you to do just that—overlay information and virtual objects onto real-world scenes in...

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Choosing a coordinating countertop and backsplash isn’t rocket science, but it’s also not as easy as 1, 2, 3. Complimentary colors alone won’t always lead to a perfect match. You must also consider patterns, movement, and sheen to create a look you’ll truly love.

Most experts will advise you to...

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Friends, neighbors, and perfect strangers all enjoy regaling stories about their home remodeling experiences. It’s like a badge of honor to survive a major home remodel and live to tell the tale.

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Marble, granite, and quartz are three materials frequently used on kitchen and bathroom countertops. Two are natural, one artificial, but with today’s manufacturing technology it can be nearly impossible to spot the difference with the naked eye.

 

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