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Remodeling

  • Outdoor Home Remodel
    24
    May

    The Glickman Guide to Easy Outdoors Living

    Summer is coming.Many of us will spend more time on the porch than we do in the house. Today, with the high cost of travel and expensive restaurants, there’s no reason to leave home when you can have the perfect outdoor living place in your own backyard. And one of the joys of summer is […]

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  • Family Laughing at Dinner Table
    09
    May

    The Glickman Way to Mother In-Law Suites

    Remember the Waltons? A popular TV show in the 70’s, the Walton’s showed us how wonderful multi-generational living could be. Well that was TV and fantasy. At that time families largely were two-generational, with parents and minor-age children under one roof. But now times have changed. People are living longer. But for older people getting […]

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  • Outdoor Living Renovation
    30
    Apr

    Additions add beauty and value

    Once the family office was the kitchen table. A garage needed to hold but one car. Bedrooms never heard of a king-size bed. A workout room was a basement. Entranceways couldn’t handle wheelchairs. And a few bookshelves were your library. Today we have new needs and new skills to change everything from the bathroom to […]

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  • 28
    Dec

    Preparing for a Whole House Remodel in the New Year?

    Maybe you’ve been thinking about this for years and now it’s finally time to get started. Or perhaps you just moved into a new home where you love the neighborhood and lot but knew that you would be doing major renovations before moving in to make the house perfect for you and your family. Either [...]

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  • Twin additions, before and after
    29
    Oct

    Popular Options for Adding Space to Your Home

    Building an addition is not as easy as it looks. Not that to most of us it probably looks all that easy! There are countless behind the scenes considerations that must be addressed before even thinking about the design and construction of the new space.  Then there are the multiple design, materials, structural constraints and [...]

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  • 19
    Mar

    A Kitchen Remodel with Function, Flow and Fashion, All in One

    Homeowner Goals While the client’s loved their neighborhood, their home lacked the functionality, modern amenities, and design touches that they desired. The garage was located on the lowest level of the home and led to a stairwell that opened into the middle of the home. Because there wasn’t a transition area before the kitchen, it [...]

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  • 22
    Jan

    The Popularity of Multi-Room Remodels

    A big trend today in home remodeling is multi-room remodels, especially on the first floor of the home. This often includes the kitchen, hall bath, mudroom and family room. As some of the most well-used rooms in the home, having the design, style, and functionality of each flow from one to the other is critical [...]

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  • Eco-friendly home remodeling
    06
    Dec

    Eco-Friendly Home Remodeling…It’s All in the Details

    It’s not just how a remodel is built that makes it environmentally friendly. It’s the finishing touches that are incorporated that can make all of the difference. Today’s eco-friendly home products are not only good for the environment, but are great to look at and easy to maintain. Here are some of the popular products [...]

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  • Bathroom upgrades
    06
    Dec

    Attractive Upgrades that Make for a Safer Bathroom

    Times have certainly changed when it comes to the bathroom. The very things that make your bathroom safer and easier to navigate—large, walk-in showers; higher toilets; natural lighting—are also some of the latest design trends. The terms have changed over the years but their purposes have remained the same. Grab bars are now being called [...]

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  • Bathroom Renovation
    02
    Jul

    Top 5 things to Consider When Designing an Accessible Bathroom for Wheelchair Users

    1. Bathing: shower and tub accessibility Using a rolling shower seat or fixed shower seat in the shower can accommodate some users. Shower seat should be a height of 17” to 19”. A small stool or plastic chair can allow the bather to sit while taking a shower and can be removed for users who [...]

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