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Category: Home Remodeling

How to Make Small Spaces Appear Bigger & Brighter

If you live in an apartment, you may feel that space is always at a premium. But if you’re a creative home remodeler, you can live happily in small quarters by combining space-saving, multifunctional solutions without cramping your personal style. The living room, in particular, is one area in which you can play around with space to make your home look beautiful and welcoming. (more…)

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Bedroom Design 101: Designing a Shared Kids’ Bedroom

Designing a shared kids’ bedroom is not child’s play. The good news is you can pull this feat off and still keep your sanity intact! Let home remodeler DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Tyler show you the ropes. Here are a few things to keep in mind to create a space that your children will love. (more…)

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When Is Remodeling a Better Choice Than Relocating?

Your needs and priorities as a homeowner change over time. The good news is that you do have options that will help you adjust to these changes, namely to move out of or to remodel your home. In today’s article, DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Tyler, one of the leading interior, bathroom and kitchen remodeling contractors in the area, highlights the benefits of remodeling instead of moving to a new[...]

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Remodeling Etiquette 101: Working With a Contractor

There’s a lot to plan for with a remodel, and one of the items involves arrangements with your bathroom or kitchen remodel contractor while they are inside your home. Should you give them a key? Can workers use your bathroom? How much of your home should they have access to? These are valid concerns that should be addressed before any work begins on your property. (more…)

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Should You Move Out During a Remodel?

Your remodeling project is due to begin soon. While it’s natural to be concerned about the specifics of the project itself, you may be forgetting one critical thing: where you will stay! (more…)

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3 Ways to Update Split-Level Homes

Split-level homes had their heyday a few decades ago when demand for new housing in the suburbs was high but lots were limited, resulting in properties that are small in square footage. Since many years have passed since they were built, a lot of split-level homes are due for upgrades. What can you do to update your split-level home? Here are some home remodeling tips: (more…)

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Tips to Reduce the Risk of VOC Problems During Your Remodel

  Most homes are insulated and sealed from the outside to improve their energy efficiency. Unfortunately, this means that contaminants and pollutants inside homes can linger. The good news is homeowners can take steps to refresh and maintain indoor air. In addition, they can take steps to minimize indoor air quality problems caused by their remodeling projects. DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Tyler, a home renovation expert, explains more. (more…)

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3 Ways Real Life Remodeling Is Different From the TV Shows

Watching home makeover shows is a lot of fun, but it can also give you unrealistic expectations. After all, those shows make home renovation seem so quick and simple. Unfortunately, real-life remodeling projects aren’t that exciting or easy. However, by setting realistic goals and expectations, you will be able to have a smooth and successful project. Here’s what to keep in mind. (more…)

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10 Things You’ll See in a DreamMaker Contract

Have you finally decided to invest in that basement renovation or kitchen remodel you’ve been planning for years? To make the most of your upgrade, it’s important to hire a reliable contractor that is licensed by the state and has good references. Next, the contractor should put all plans in writing in the form of a contract. Here are 10 things that should be included in this document. (more…)

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The DreamMaker Partnership: Our Job, Your Home

When it’s time to give your home the makeover it deserves, you definitely want to work with a home remodeling company deserving of your trust and business. Aside from looking at a contractor’s experience, it’s also best to get insight on how the company treats people, customers and staff alike. (more…)

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