3 Tips for Picking the Right Mix of Window Styles
May17

3 Tips for Picking the Right Mix of Window Styles

Content provided by Gunton Corporation-Pella Windows & Doors In many homes, the majority of windows are all the same style. This can lead homeowners to think that window styles should be the same all throughout the home. But different types of windows have different uses. Unless you had your home custom-built or have already been through a home window replacement, chances are you were not able to select your window type. Those...

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Cooking and Conversation
May03

Cooking and Conversation

Kitchen Kraft remodel revitalizes German Village home “The kitchen was outdated,” says Terry Bigham, owner of a home in the German Village area of Columbus that was built in 1918. “I think it was remodeled maybe 20 years ago. The appliances were outdated. The cabinets had been painted over. There was a small sitting area that really was not usable.” With those thoughts in mind, a massive makeover was planned for the kitchen and an...

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The Effects of Unlicensed Construction and Remodeling
Apr12

The Effects of Unlicensed Construction and Remodeling

  Content provided by King Contracting For most people home ownership is one of the largest investments of their lifetime. So why would a person put that investment at risk by hiring unlicensed individuals to perform work on it? Here are some ways unlicensed remodeling and construction activities affect homeowners and the community. Homeowners Work not properly completed because unlicensed and uninsured individuals cannot pull...

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Granite Glossary: What Common Stone Industry Terms Mean
Apr11

Granite Glossary: What Common Stone Industry Terms Mean

Content provided by Granex Industries Tripped up by terminology used in the granite and stone fabrication industry? Maybe you’re wondering what a CNC machine actually does, or what makes quartzite different than quartz. As a professional designer or educated buyer, you recognize quality granite, quartz and stone surfaces when you see them. But, it’s equally important to understand what goes into producing premium stone surfaces. This...

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Neal’s Design Remodel Collects Four COTY Awards
Apr10

Neal’s Design Remodel Collects Four COTY Awards

  Neal’s Design Remodel, a full-service design-build company in Cincinnati, was honored with four 2018 NARI Contractor of the Year (COTY) awards. Here is a look at each of these award-winning projects from Neal’s. Residential Bath $75,001 to $100,000 Designer: Connie Hampton Description: The showpiece of the bathroom is the eclectic-style freestanding soaking tub. With a copper base, mirrored mosaic tile accent and hammered nickel...

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Wood is Climbing up the Walls
Mar09

Wood is Climbing up the Walls

Homeowners and interior designers have been in love with gorgeous wood flooring for years, and we couldn’t agree more. But the rustic, textured appeal of wood isn’t just for floors! Among the many new and different style trends in residential design concepts, one of the most innovative approaches to a fully realized interior space is a wood wall treatment that really brings out the energy of a room. Designers are creating wood wall...

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