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4 Factors Affecting Your Bathroom Remodeling Timeline

Industry statistics say the average bathroom remodel takes about three weeks to complete. (HGTV makes it look even faster!) But realistically, every bathroom remodel is unique and there are a slew of factors that can either shorten or lengthen your project’s timeline. DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Wilmington, the local contractor you can count on for a complete bathroom quote, explains further.  (more…)

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All About This Year’s Franchise of the Year Winner

The DreamMaker brand is built on providing a customer-focused experience, from the bathroom or kitchen quote to project wrap-up. We’re also known for our Code of Values™, which informs how we treat not just our customers, but also our business partners, employees and the people we encounter every day. This year, one franchise was recognized for their exemplary performance and how well they embody what we stand for as a brand.  (more…)

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When Should You Hire a Kitchen Designer?

A kitchen is one of the most hard-working spaces in your home, so it pays to put time and care into designing this area. Your first step? Consulting a professional kitchen designer. You’ll want someone with a good eye and plenty of experience in creating well-thought-out, functional spaces. But how do you know if it’s really time to hire one? Trusted home renovator DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Wilmington breaks it down. [...]

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The Importance of Lighting in an Accessible Home

As you age, your physical abilities can change to the point that the home you’ve lived comfortably in for years can present new challenges. If you are planning to age in place, you want your living spaces to be as comfortable, safe and functional as possible. One key element that needs to be updated as you get older is lighting. Trusted home renovation contractor DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Wilmington explains more[...]

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Nervous to Remodel Your Home? Read This First

It isn’t uncommon for a homeowner to get cold feet when planning a home remodel. But with proper planning and the right team in your corner, you’ll soon find most of your remodeling worries proven wrong. Taking the fear out of a big remodeling project goes beyond getting a quote in writing. There are a few other steps to take if you want to ensure the success of your project. [...]

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Benefits of Tub-to-Shower Conversion If You’re Aging in Place

Making changes in some key areas of your home can make it safer and more accessible for everyone, especially seniors. This is the goal of safety and mobility remodeling. Often called aging-in-place remodeling, it focuses on modifications that support older users’ safety, comfort and independence. (more…)

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Eat-In Kitchen vs. Separate Dining Room: Which Is Better?

Many homes, especially those built before the 1980s, have separate kitchen and dining areas. Over the years, changes in the way many of us live have changed the way our homes are structured as well. So now you might be wondering: which setup is better, an eat-in kitchen or a separate dining room? It all depends on your lifestyle! Local kitchen remodeler DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Wilmington explains what[...]

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Starter Home Remodeling: Where Should You Begin?

Most American homeowners move out of their first home after two to five years. But if you love the area and would rather stay put, a few smart updates can turn your starter home into something you and your family can enjoy for many more years. These are some of the best home renovation projects to prioritize when improving a starter home. (more…)

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How Home Automation Helps People Age in Place

Various smart home technologies can help seniors live comfortably, independently and safely, no matter their ability. This is definitely something you should consider investing in when it comes to mobility remodeling. Read on to find out how smart home technology helps those who are aging in place.  (more…)

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How to Avoid Sticker Shock When Remodeling Your Kitchen

Planning a kitchen remodeling project does not only involve getting a kitchen estimate and finding the right contractor to do the job. You also need to anticipate issues and research ways to prevent them. When it comes to major renovations, sticker shock is common. Here are helpful tips from an experienced remodeling company to deal with this issue. (more…)

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