Practice Social Distancing with a Pergola

Even though spring is not quite the celebratory season we normally experience, thanks to Covid-19 and the resulting social distancing, there is a way you can still enjoy the warmer weather. You might even host at a socially responsible distance. Simply let us build a pergola on your property.  Check out the top reasons our clients request estimates for new pergolas. As we continue to wait out this pandemic, this might be the perfect solution to keeping your sanity, staying…

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Why We Love Tray Ceilings

Between Valentine’s Day and a recent job our crew completed for one of our clients, we find ourselves inspired to share why we love tray ceilings. Check out why tray ceilings, simple and cost-effective, can make such a huge difference to just about any room in your home.  

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Can I change out my double sink for a large single sink?

A common complaint from homeowners and apartment dwellers alike is a problematic double sink in their kitchen. Many people like to cook or bake, and they have trouble fitting large pots or pans inside of the small areas of a double sink. Still, many homes and apartments come default with a double sink, leaving homeowners envious of large and deep farmhouse sinks. The question is, can you easily convert one without breaking the bank?

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Six Tips to Survive a Remodel During the Holidays

Just in case the holidays weren’t hectic enough, you’ve found yourself in the middle of a remodel. Enhancing your home is exciting and maybe even a gift to yourself and family this season, but the process of a remodel can be challenging if you’re not prepared.  Here, we offer a few tips for surviving your remodel during the holidays to help keep the peace on Earth and good will towards all. 

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The Best Basement Getaway Ideas

Many people these days are looking into utilizing all of their space. Whether that means using built ins, building extra storage into the walls, or otherwise, a big space-utilizer is building a “basement getaway”, or finishing a basement. Many homeowners have lots of space in their basement and want to utilize that space for entertaining, work, pets, or kids. We love it when homeowners ask us to help them finish up their basement and really put that extra space to…

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Three Tips for Choosing Tile

Choosing tile for your home is more complicated than it sounds. It’s not just about picking the tile that fits in with your design (though that’s important). You want to make sure you have the right type of tile for the area of your home.

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Prepare for Summer with a New Deck

It’s summertime, and that means spending time outdoors, hosting cookouts for friends and family. The best way to take properly take advantage of the warm weather (and be the host with the most) is to get yourself a new deck. A new deck not only gives you a space to enjoy the summer festivities, but it can also add to the value of your home.

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Ready for a Small Kitchen Remodel?

The kitchen is one of the home’s most frequently used spaces. Between cooking and eating, most of us spend quality time in the kitchen. But it can be difficult to fully appreciate your kitchen when it’s small. In that case, it’s time to consider a small kitchen remodel, designed to make the room more functional and feel more spacious. Just like any home renovation, a small kitchen remodel requires a plan. Check out these five ideas that will help you…

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Victor Luce
(603) 930-3917
Serving New Hampshire and Surrounding Areas