Renovation maintains the lines of this classic design while enhancing its connection to the outdoors.
Making the most of the existing footprint and incorporating the pantries creates space for two cooks.
For one Indiana remodeler, clients are willing to pay $1,000 to $1,500 to see if their project is feasible.
Kube Architecture had to gut an entire rowhouse on N Street in Georgetown in order to move a staircase and install a magnificent skylight. The result is a light-filled contemporary home.
In response to the price-shopping, budget conscious consumers in its market, one remodeling company temporarily stops charging design fees to remain competitive.
A 100-year-old row house gets a makeover, opening up the cramped interior to admit fresh air and light.
Designed to save time and money on the jobsite, the CapStapler Housewrap Stapling System (model CS150) features a patented button cap design that protects against tearing and water damage.
Recession leads remodelers to new ways of using a design staff, such as sharing designer subcontractors with other remodleing companies.
There are more ways for your clients to take advantage of the outdoors than a traditional deck off the back of the house.
Ten years ago, when S+H Construction, of Cambridge, Mass., renovated the exterior of this house, the homeowners’ choice of peach paint stood out in a sea of conservative grays and browns in the Harvard Square neighborhood.