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Accessible Bathrooms: Key Features to Include

Accessible bathrooms are designed with people living with a disability in mind – including wheelchair users and individuals with balance or grip issues, mobility impairments and other challenges. Although these people have unique needs and varying degrees of mobility, accessible bathrooms make it safer and more comfortable to use the space independently. (more…)

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Accessible Kitchens: What Are Their Key Characteristics?

You spend a lot of time in your kitchen every day. Mobility remodeling will help make your space more enjoyable and convenient for your family. It’s also ideal for people who choose to age in place. With the right features, the heart of your home will be safer, more functional and more attractive. Here are some of the common characteristics of an accessible kitchen.  (more…)

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Where to Splurge & Where to Save in a Bathroom Remodel

No matter which part of your home you’re remodeling, creating a reasonable budget is essential. You can make more informed decisions and enjoy more savings with proper planning and some research. Working with the right professionals is also key to achieving your dream bathroom while staying within your budget. Discover which features you can splurge on and save on with the help of an experienced bathroom remodeler.  (more…)

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Features to Consider Adding to Your Master Bedroom Remodel

You usually spend your downtime in your bedroom. However, this space is also where many people work, especially those who are home-based. With interior remodeling, you can enhance the beauty, comfort and functionality of this room, no matter how you use it. Continue reading to discover great features to include in your master bedroom remodeling project.  (more…)

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Do’s & Don’ts When Remodeling in an HOA Subdivision

There is a lot of planning that goes into a remodeling project, from looking for a prospective remodeling contractor to securing a quote, choosing the materials for your project and signing off the contract to begin the project. However, if you live in an area governed by a homeowners association, you will need to follow some additional steps. In today’s blog, DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Tyler, a leading home remodeling company,[...]

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How to Find a Credible Mobility Remodeling Contractor

Many aging homeowners prefer to stay in the comfort of their own homes rather than moving to a retirement community. If you see your current home as your forever home, ensure that you’re taking the proper steps to see to it that your home remains safe and convenient. In this post, a leading bathroom remodeler in the area, DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Tyler, shares how you can find the right mobility remodeling contractor[...]

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Things to Consider Before Planning a Bathtub Replacement

If you don’t enjoy using your bathtub because it is leaky or unsightly, you might want to consider replacing it. However, you need to carefully plan for the project. In this post, a leading bathroom remodel expert, DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Tyler, shares the things you should consider when starting a bathtub replacement project. (more…)

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The Story of the 2021 DreamMaker Franchise of the Year

Every year, DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen recognizes franchisees that have gone above and beyond what’s expected. This year, the distinction of 2021 Franchise of the Year goes to DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Springfield, owned by Curt and Deb Trampe.  (more…)

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How a Designer Can Help With Kitchen Renovations

The kitchen is arguably one of the trickiest parts of your home to remodel. If you’re having trouble planning a kitchen remodel, it’s best to hire a professional kitchen designer. Here’s how a designer can help you design your dream kitchen!  (more…)

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The Importance of Lighting in an Aging-Friendly Home

Aside from non-slip flooring, wide hallways and bathroom safety features, what are other essential features of an aging-friendly home? Adequate lighting is one. Given that your vision will deteriorate as you age, you’ll need ample lighting to see clearly. As a general rule, the brighter the lighting inside your home, the better. However, keep in mind certain types of lighting are more suited to certain tasks and situations. That’s why[...]

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