Tile Vs. Laminate In A Bathroom

Posted on: 26 September 2018

One of the best things you can do to improve your bathroom during a bathroom remodel is to update the floor. The floor in a bathroom can be especially worn down, particularly if it one of the bathrooms in a high traffic area. Also, bathroom floors where people take more showers are the most worn because of all the moisture. A bathroom floor, even if it is properly cared for, can be the most worn out aspect of your entire home. [Read More]

Make Use Of All Your Options To Change Your Kitchen During A Remodel

Posted on: 25 September 2018

When you look at your kitchen, you may like the layout and existing features. But, you may be interested in making numerous changes to achieve a better appearance and functionality. Hiring a kitchen remodeling company, such as Classic Cabinets & Remodeling, will give you the tools that you need to work on projects. Even though you may not want to add or remove features, you should know what to focus on with improvements to create a kitchen that you love. [Read More]

Want To Update An Old Ugly Bathroom With Little Space? Refinish And Make These Changes

Posted on: 19 September 2018

If you have an older home and small bathroom that you want to update, but there isn't space to change the layout, have the experts come in to see what needs changing. If you have outdated tiles and an old colored bathtub that you don't want to get rid of because it's high quality porcelain, there are options to improve the look of everything. Subtle changes around the space can make a big difference. [Read More]

Considerations When Adding A New Deck To Your Home

Posted on: 15 September 2018

A deck can greatly expand the amount of usable space that your home has. However, the addition of a deck will require ample planning and thoughtful considerations. When individuals lack experience in undertaking this type of major home renovation project, there are some considerations that can be easy to miss during the early stages of the planning process. Opt for Durable and Low-Maintenance Materials Using composite materials in the deck can provide a more resilient solution. [Read More]