Thursday, July 30, 2015

Building the Best Kitchen Cabinets

Contractors that specialize in building kitchen cabinets for Long Island are a dime a dozen. To stand out from the competition, a contractor must offer unparalleled craftsmanship, excellent attention to detail, and superior knowledge of materials use for cabinet making. Whether the client wants a wood grain look or kitchen cabinets made from either mahogany or cherry wood, the best way to deliver quality work is to source your materials from a reputable local supplier.

Thursday, July 23, 2015

Windows: More than just Openings to the Outside

A lot of homeowners don't put much consideration in to window design during renovation. A large number of people will simply buy what frames are available at the local hardware store. However, these portals to the outside are more than just glass. They can be used to accentuate the structure and give the home greater outer appeal.

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Three Beautiful and Easy Kitchen Renovation Ideas

Improving your kitchen’s looks can add value to your home and help it sell faster. A new kitchen can also change the way you feel about the space and make you want to cook for your family and share meals together even more. While some people think that kitchen renovations are too costly, you can work with your contractor to make some affordable changes in your cooking space.

Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Creating a Great Room for Your Client

What is a Great Room? Many of the popular homes in Long Island feature a living/kitchen/dining room that has a great room concept. The coastal lifestyle is one that is perfect for entertaining, and great rooms are ideal for homeowners who like to have guests over a lot. 

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Energy Efficiency for a Long Island Home with New Building Materials

In almost any aspect of life today, people care about “going green”. A great way to help the environment is to increase the energy efficiency of one’s home, and this is something you can expect most clients to take into account when remodeling. Along with HVAC system upgrades, the installation of the right doors and windows is an essential move toward energy efficiency. The Department of Energy points out that in every household, a good amount of energy goes to waste due to old and inefficient windows that permit excessive heat loss or gain. By upgrading windows and doors to provide better insulation, heating and cooling costs are reduced as better thermal regulation is achieved.