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Important Considerations for Attic Bathrooms

It may come as a surprise that you can fit a full bathroom in any attic, even if it wasn’t included in the first place. Local bathroom remodeler DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of East Georgia shares important renovation considerations for attic bathrooms.   Required Space Generally, building codes require a total minimum area of 70 square feet for a finished attic. Installing a conventional wall may reduce the usable area,[...]

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Three Additional Ways to Utilize Your Home Office

Considering creating an office space in your home, but not sure if it’s worth it or not? Here are a few ways to utilize your home office outside of the 9 – 5. A Guest Room Running short on space? No problem. Murphy beds are space-saving and functional options. A few decor details can transform your office space to a comfortable bedroom for visiting friends and family. The addition of[...]

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Old-Fashioned Kitchen Features That Still Work in Modern Kitchens

Remodeling contractors and homeowners are always thinking of new ways to make the kitchen more efficient in terms of food preparation. But you may be surprised to learn that there are some features from decades past that can work very well in a modern-day kitchen. Here are a few old-fashioned kitchen features that you’ll still find in today’s kitchens. Large Windows Many homeowners today think large windows are only for the[...]

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6 Ways to Improve Kitchen Islands

As one of the busiest places in the home, kitchens benefit from additional counter space and, if your floor plan allows it, installing a kitchen island is a great way to go about getting that. An island is multi-functional and can provide space for food prep, homework help, and game night – sometimes all at once! Islands can come in all shapes and sizes, and can be tailored to your[...]

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DreamMaker Virtual Modified Process

Many of our neighbors are wanting to know how they can work with us during this time. Some are asking how they can work with us virtually to start their remodeling journey. Others are wanting to know how they will transition from virtual design review and talk about construction start dates. To make it as easy as possible for you to learn how you can still work with DreamMaker during[...]

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Five Ways to Love Your Neighbor

During times like these, it’s more important than ever to take care of each other. Take a moment to consider all of the different communities you are a part of, big and small. Are you in a book club? Do you volunteer with your church? What about your neighborhood community center? Your circle of influence is likely much bigger than you think. Here are a few easy steps you can[...]

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Our Response to the Coronavirus

There is no higher priority than the health and safety of our team and our clients, and we are doing what we can to respond to the evolving situation. We are closely monitoring and adapting our practices by following the most recent recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the guidance of local officials. We stand committed to an effective response. We will do everything we can to protect the[...]

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Do’s & Don’ts for Kitchen Backsplash Tile Design

Compared to other parts of the kitchen remodeling design plan, you have a great deal of flexibility when customizing your kitchen backsplash tile. To help you get started, the home remodeling experts at DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of East Georgia are here to share some do’s and don’ts of tile backsplash design. (more…)

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Common Code Violations in Older Homes & DIY Renovations

If you live in an older home, you might want to have a home remodeler check if it’s built up to code. Building regulations decades ago were not the same as modern building codes. It’s also a good idea to familiarize yourself with common building code violations so you know what you should avoid when you do a remodel. (more…)

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Sustainable Bathrooms: Design Principles to Remember

If you’re trying to “go green,” it makes sense to start with the bathroom, one of the most used rooms in your home. However, installing just a few energy efficiency features isn’t enough to make your bathroom more sustainable. Extensive bathroom remodeling is needed. (more…)

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