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Buyers in today’s home market look at all the aspects of buying credentials, mainly location and price.  After location and price is qualified, the home’s “details” ie. age, number of rooms and condition of rooms.  The following 3 home improvement projects will drastically improve on the “details” and buyers will notice: Kitchen Face-lift More Rooms Electrical Upgrade 1.

With a home remodeling project, there is expectation for a R.O.I. (Return on Investment) and keeping the home safe from hidden factors, i.e. electrical, mold and lead-based paint issues.  Any project that involves painting, will include these activities of sanding, cutting, scraping, replacing windows, can invoke hazardous lead dust and chips, harmful to children, adults and pets.  Only

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A new paint job can brighten a room that is need of any uplift and even energize the entire house.  We have chosen a fresh coat paint throughout the entire house as the top choice for cost-effective home improvement projects. When starting a painting project, first step is to select the correct paint, as there are

Houzz is the top online community for home remodeling with over 7 million photos covering  interior design photos, home decor and decorating ideas.  The site also offers registered users to write articles on current and complete projects to showcase for anyone to browse online at Houzz users range from architects, designers, remodeling experts offering a

NKBA (National Kitchen and Bath Association) for more than 50 years the NKBA has served as the premiere association for kitchen and bath professionals. The NKBA is also the proud owner of KBIS, the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show. Recently on the NKBA website, featured an article from the 123 Remodeling’s blog named “Knock

123 Remodeling’s bathroom remodeling project of this master bathroom was featured on a popular home maker’s website As quoted by the article at “The professionals at 123 Remodeling, turned this dated 1980’s master bathroom into a high-tech room of luxury and functionality. This down-to-the-studs remodel shows how skillful planning, thoughtful design, and a deliberate budget

So you’re ready to make the jump and remodel that kitchen?  Your reasons may vary, to upgrade appliances, increase home value and/or “re-map” the layout of the entire kitchen.  Here we will take into consideration 6 major elements when kitchen remodeling:   The Layout – “Work Triangle” Appliances Material Selection – Flooring/Countertop Storage Electrical –

There would not be any good days if there were no bad days. Here we have attempted to make your bad days, not so bad, your good days the best it can be! The following 8 tips are designed for you to do right away, no need for heavy construction or major renovation, instant gratification

123 Remodeling’s photo gallery of completed projects – displayed with a Before-N-After format, hover-over any one of the Bathroom Remodeling, Kitchen Remodeling and Condo Remodeling project photos below to see the transformation. Bathroom Remodeling – Complete gut of bathroom, replaced bathtub area with Stand-alone bathtub and Walk-in shower combo. Click here to see this project in

Ever wonder how one step on a squeaky floor can make such a loud, piercing sounds?  A simple nail connecting the joist and sub-floor may get warped or fail out of place and once the nail is not in its place, the pressure against Subfloor will cause that squeak, every time you step on that

Here are 10 household items you never would have thought to use to organize and for storage around your home.   Creative ways to store items without spending much time or money at all. Some of these are especially nice for a small home or condominiums where you simply don’t have the space to just throw everything in a drawer