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Remodeling Ideas for Small Bathrooms

Many homeowners are faced with the problem of having to change the look of a small bathroom. Here are some tips on how to make the most of small bath spaces from bathroom remodeling expert James Chapman:

One of the most popular solutions for small bathroom remodeling is to simply knock off one side. This will allow you to expand in one direction and get more space. The problem though is that this solution is not cheap. Aside from spending a lot to reconstruct a new wall, you would also have to consider paying for extensive changes in plumbing and wiring.

Get that Kitchen Organized

A kitchen can be a wonderful place to work but, at times, it can also be a bit of a nightmare. Trying to juggle stacks of skillets or dig around for potholders when something is already burning is no fun, but it happens, at least occasionally, to anyone who uses a kitchen. Fortunately, there is hope for lasting and substantial organization to be brought into a kitchen. This hope comes primarily in the form of kitchen cabinet organizers.

Designing a Kitchen on a Budget

With the economic uncertainty over the past year we have had several clients approach us about helping them remodel there kitchen without breaking the bank.

Truth is, updating the interior design and improving the functionality and value of the kitchen does not always need to be expensive. You will be pleasantly surprised at the number of ways in which you can cut costs! In this article we will highlight a few major categories in any kitchen remodeling project and explain some ways to save some serious money.

Bathroom Remodeling 101

Bathroom remodeling can be a major headache for homeowners if not properly thought out and planned correctly. A few questions need to be answered before the design and construction can begin to give you that bathroom you've always dreamed of. We'll start with a few critical questions regarding every bathroom remodeling project.

Will the size and footprint of my existing bathroom change? Does all the drywall need to be replaced? Do I want to get rid of my tub and install a walk in shower? What permits do I need before construction can begin?

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