Category: Interior Remodeling

Posts on topics that are not unique to kitchens and bathrooms (can be anywhere in the house including kitchens and bathrooms).

Home Renovation Cost

Home Renovation Cost

Home Renovation Cost Home renovation cost continue to grow.  Historically, prices increase 12-18% per year regardless of what the economy is doing.  Some years are more while others are less.  But the average increase of 12-18% remains.  Why? Materials, labor, taxes, regulations, government debt/bonds, building codes, utilities, transportation, and insurances (health and workers compensation) don’t […]

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Pipe Leak

Pipe Leak

Pipe Leak Almost everyone in Orange County knows about copper pipe leaks.  Either you have experienced a pipe leak or know of someone who has.  When folks experience a pipe leak, they typically have their house re-piped.  After this expensive and inconvenient undertaking and all the holes are patched, everything is good – right?  Maybe […]

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Best Tile Installation

Best Tile Installation As a professional remodeler with more than 45 years in the business, I have noticed that tile installation is by far the most least understood trade by clients.  As long as it looks good and both the materials and installation are cheap, life is great!  In similar fashion, everyone thinks it is […]

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Understanding Color In Your Home

Understanding Color in Your Home

Understanding Color in Your Home In the article The Power of Color in Your Home, we discussed how color can significantly affect our emotions, energy, and focus. Understanding Color in Your Home explores which shades best fit the form and function of individual rooms. Of course, there is no perfect formula, as variations in lighting, shade, […]

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The Power of Color in your home

The Power of Color in Your Home

The Power of Color in Your Home Color. It surrounds us constantly, yet how often do we notice how it makes us feel? Color psychology says that every hue impacts us emotionally and, sometimes, even physically. Our experiences partially explain why we are drawn to some shades and repelled by others.  However, on a larger […]

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