In a recent blog post (you can read it right here!) we discussed ideas for how to make the most of the winter months with worthwhile home improvement projects. Today, let’s take a look at how you can maximize this colder, darker season by making updates that boost long-
Winter is typically a season during which people huddle down, push through the cold weather, and look forward to the warmth and potential of spring.
As we move further and further away from the warm summer months, there’s just no denying it: fall is here and winter is on its way. The months ahead can be tough on your home’s surfaces and systems, especially in regions of the country like ours here in Westchester and
Today’s homeowners want to not only stay warm throughout the cold winter months, but also to maintain a level of comfort in a responsible, efficient way.
Outdoor living is skyrocketing in popularity, and it’s not difficult to see why.
This is undeniably a season for home improvement here in Westchester County. Landscaping projects, deck building, repainting, remodeling, and the list goes on… With summer dawning after a long winter, the time is right to check a few items off your wishlist.
Are you planning a home building or remodeling project? If you’re like many homeowners today, you might be looking for ways to not only build well, and with style, but also build responsibly. Awareness of the shortages that many natural materials and resources are facin
Redecorating a space can be overwhelming. The endless options and preferences of design can discourage a homeowner and stop creativity in its tracks. However, the bottom line is there is no hard and fast rule. In this guest contribution, Denise Davies, Founder and CEO o
Too often we hear the words “restoration” and “renovation” used interchangeably, perhaps because they both fall under the umbrella of home improvement. In reality, these words carry two distinct definitions. Which is right for you? Let’s get you closer to your answer by
Natural wood is a timeless feature to include in any home remodel. From rustic touches in the kitchen to gorgeous hardwood flooring, finished wood surfaces offer a versatile touch of craftsmanship that will never be out of style. With that in mind, it makes sense that m