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4 Reasons You Need a Project Manager for Your Home Remodel

A project manager is someone who oversees the planning, procurement and execution of a project, whether a whole home or a bath and kitchen remodel. If you are planning to take on the process, consider hiring a home renovation company that provides an efficient project management system with an experienced manager at the helm. Here are four benefits a project manager can offer: (more…)

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4 Questions to Ask an Independence by Design™ Remodeler

Commonly known as an aging-in-place remodel, the DreamMaker Independence by Design™ remodel is important for homes where seniors and people with limited mobility are residing. This process usually involves the expertise of architects, designers and general contractors to make small and large-scale changes that create a safer environment. Here are some important questions to ask your home remodeling contractor when planning an Independence by Design™ remodel. (more…)

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Tips on Working with a General Contractor

A general contractor is in charge of day-to-day progress on a home remodeling project, particularly when it involves subcontractors such as plumbers and flooring installers. Reputable contractors have a strong understanding of every aspect of a home remodel and can ensure that all required tasks are completed in a safe and timely manner.  It is important to hire the right person so your project can go as smoothly as possible.[...]

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4 Questions to Ask Before Getting New Flooring

Picking the right flooring can make a major difference in your home’s aesthetics and appeal. But with all of the choices available, what are the parameters to narrow down your choices? Today, experts from the area’s leading home remodeling contractor, DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Orland Park, share four questions you should ask yourself before getting new flooring materials. What Is My Budget? Installing new flooring is a long-term investment[...]

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Is Your Home Remodeling Contractor Doing a Great Job?

How can you tell if your contractor is doing a great job of bringing your home remodeling vision to life? DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Orland Park, the premier local home remodeling contractor, shares some things you should look out for in this post. (more…)

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Factors to Consider When Choosing an Interior Paint Finish

After you’ve chosen the perfect color for your interior, you might think that’s all there is to do. But there’s another thing to consider: the paint finish. With all of the paint finishes that are available, you have a lot of options to choose from. Ask yourself a few questions before finalizing your decision.  (more…)

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Helpful Tips to Make Stairs Safer for Seniors

Every year, more than one in four Americans age 65 years and older suffers an accidental fall. That being said, measures to help reduce slips and falls on stairs are crucial in homes where seniors are residing. Here are some ways to achieve this, as suggested by a professional home remodeling contractor. (more…)

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5 Ways to Spruce Up White Subway Tile

An increasing number of homeowners are shying away from using subway tile in their kitchen or bathroom upgrades, fearing that this classic choice won't offer as much variety as other kinds of tile. This is not the case at all! Interior designers continue to introduce fresh and creative ways to use this material. Here are a few smart ideas that can help you spruce up basic white subway tile. (more…)

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3 Over-Improvement Mistakes to Avoid During a Home Remodel

Updating your living space is great but be cautious of over-improving your property, particularly compared to other homes in the neighborhood. After all, you don’t want to spend money on renovation and not recover a majority of the expense. Luckily, with the help of a professional home remodeling contractor, you can avoid making three common over-improvement mistakes. (more…)

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Tips on Preparing for a Remodeler’s Site Visit

Scheduling a remodeler's site visit is a crucial first step in your home improvement project. A site visit gives you the opportunity to interview the contractor and have a more thorough discussion about your goals and expectations for the project. It also offers a good chance for the home renovation company to answer any questions you may have and explain their process for full transparency. (more…)

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