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    ABLE Accounts: 10 Things You Must Know:

    What is an ABLE account? ABLE Accounts, which are tax-advantaged savings accounts for individuals with disabilities and their families, will be created as a result of the passage of the ABLE Act of 2014. Income earned by the accounts would not be taxed. Contributions to the account made by any person (the account beneficiary, family […]

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    Lower Level Space Transformed into Owner’s Suite – N. Va

      For many, the desire to stay in our home as we age is a reality. But often this means that universal design modifications are necessary to increase its comfort and function. Such was the case with the owners of this three-story home in Fairfax County.  They loved their house and location, but were finding that […]

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    Creating a Back-yard Oasis

    The requirements for this screened-in porch and deck project were simple. They were to create a space that contained an open air barbeque with enough room to entertain family and friends for him and a breezy, bug-free spot to enjoy the backyard views for her. The Glickman Design Build team was more than up to the task of […]

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    A Compact Kitchen in Woodstock MD with all the Bells and Whistles

    Goals & Objectives The goal of this sophisticated kitchen remodel in was to update the current space into a more modern, better functioning room that visually flowed with the rest of the home. The owner of this condominium in Woodstock, Md has a very distinct style and therefore knew exactly what he wanted! Some of the must-haves on his list: a […]

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    A Spa-Like Retreat Right at Home – Woodstock, MD

    Goals & Objectives Located in Woodstock Md, the goal of this bathroom remodel was to transform this aging, traditionally-styled space into a contemporary, spa-like room. The owner wanted the bathroom to be a place of tranquility and relaxation as he set upon his daily routine. The scope of work included pulling and replacing everything in the bathroom.

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    Where Beauty Meets Function

        The homeowners, perennial city dwellers, decided that they were in a place in their lives that they wanted more space in their home and thus opted to move out to the suburbs. They found a great house on a quiet street with lots of great trees and nice yards. But the interior of the home needed some remodeling […]

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    April 22nd is Earth Day – Celebrate with These Top 10 Home Energy Efficiency Tips

    With summer just around the corner, remember that energy efficiency can keep you cool while saving money and preserving the earth’s energy resources. The average U.S. household will spend about $2,100 on home energy this year, based on data from the U.S. Department of Energy. But taking advantage of some of these tips can help […]

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    Creating the Perfect Kitchen…Storage, Eating Space, and Attention to Every Detail

    Maximizing the beautiful backyard views from the kitchen of this colonial-style home in Olney was just one of the goals of this gorgeous kitchen renovation. The homeowners had visions for their perfect kitchen and every detail was addressed. An updated, yet classically-styled kitchen complete with plenty of storage, high-end finishes, attention to details and additional […]

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    Remodeling a Home to Be a Lifelong Home

    Russ Glickman, along with other industry experts, recently shared ideas with the AARP about creative ways to plan ahead to make your home functional for now and later.

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    Make Sure Your Contractor Follows the Law to Protect Your Family from Lead

    In 1978, the federal government banned the use of lead-based paint in homes after long-term studies showed that lead causes severe health problems, especially in children under age six, damaging their nervous systems even before birth. Toddlers who chewed on cribs and window sills painted with lead-based paint had high lead blood levels, and many […]

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