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Taking the Fear Out of Home Remodeling

We understand that home remodeling can be daunting, especially for first-timers. But with the right considerations, you may find the process to be very manageable. You don’t have to be nervous when it comes to making big adjustments to your home. DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Greenville, the first name that pops up when you search “local contractor near me”, shares some ways to make your home remodel smooth and[...]

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Where to Begin When Remodeling a Starter Home

In most cases, a starter home remains a good investment. That’s because it helps you save money while allowing you to build equity in a property -- something you won’t be able to do if you keep renting. And while a starter home tends to be on the smaller side, this doesn’t mean you can’t make a few smart upgrades. The premier kitchen remodel company in the area, DreamMaker Bath[...]

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How Smart Home Tech Complements Your Mobility Remodel

Recent research has shown that seniors choosing to stay in their homes enjoy a greater sense of independence and comfort. If you or your loved ones plan to do the same, you have to consider transforming living spaces to make them safer and more functional. Aside from installing grab bars in the bathroom and lowering kitchen counters, you can incorporate smart home technology into mobility remodeling. Read on to learn[...]

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Open Floor Plans: A Closer Look at Their Pros and Cons

An open floor plan is an architectural design concept in which two or more common areas are joined to form a larger space. It is also characterized by the lack of walls commonly seen in traditional floor plans. Most often, it involves some combination of the living room, dining area and kitchen. (more…)

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How to Hire the Right Contractor for Home Additions

Home additions are a great project to undertake, especially for growing families and homeowners who are seeking more living space. However, before you get started, you’ll need to find a skilled home addition contractor to work with. In this blog, DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Greenville, the leading home addition company, shares how you can choose the right contractor for your home addition. (more…)

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How to Convey Your Design Vision to Your Remodeler

There are many factors that can affect the outcome of home remodeling projects. One of these is communication between the homeowner and the remodeler. Just like any remodeling project, establishing a clear and effective line of communication with your remodeling contractor will significantly increase the chances of success.  (more…)

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Fundamentals of Home Remodeling Accessibility

Most homeowners use home remodeling projects to improve their home’s resale value, curb appeal and appearance. However, it’s also important to know that a remodel can enhance accessibility. In this post, DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Greenville shares important details below. (more…)

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How High Ceilings Can Change Your Home

Homes built in the early to mid-20th century typically feature low ceilings, particularly in ranch-style homes. If your home feels cramped or even claustrophobic, you may want to consider ceiling renovations as your next project. In today’s post, the local kitchen and bathroom remodeling contractors at DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Greenville share insight on high ceilings, and how they can add spaciousness to even the smallest floor plans. (more…)

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How to Bring English Country Style Into Your Home

English Country style evokes coziness and a rustic look, with elements drawn from English country homes. The good news is you can get this style without having to relocate to the English countryside! In today’s post, the local remodeling contractors at DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Greenville share tips on how to bring English country style into your home. (more…)

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5 Signs a Remodeler Isn’t the Right Fit for Your Home

One of the most critical stages of planning a home remodel is finding the right contractor for the job. Often, this is also the most difficult, given that you may have to do research, check out their past work and set aside time for consultations, virtual and otherwise. (more…)

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