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Move or Remodel? [Infographic]

Tough decisions

Unsatisfied with your living space? Here are three steps to help you decide whether to move or remodel.

Move: Start fresh with a new home


Remodel: Make new memories with new spaces

Step 1: What’s wrong?

Make a list, and check it twice!

The easiest way to start is to make a list of the pros/cons of your current house. What’s special about the home you’ve already built? What would need to change for it to be perfect?

Step 2: Where to go?

Do your homework.

Are there homes in your area that fit your budget range and needs? If so, moving might be a no-brainer. But bear in mind that charming older homes may be smaller than your current home, and newer homes may be built in subdivisions too far from a central location.

Step 3: How much to remodel?

Count the cost.

Consider the cost of the remodel against the cost of moving. Remodeling Magazine’s annual Cost-vs-Value Report can help you visualize the value added to your home by the type of remodel you are planning, but keep in mind that recouping the full value of your remodel will not likely happen unless you’re planning on staying in your home for the next 7-10 years.

Lipstick or Boom? [Infographic]

Lipstick or Boom? [Text] One of the most difficult remodeling decisions is: how far should I go? Maybe just a little something will perk up a room and make it feel fresh and new. Often, though, a major overhaul is the only way to scratch your remodeling itch. It’s not...

Remodeling for New Homes [Infographic Article]

When you move into a new home—one that’s new to you, but not newly built—it’s probably in pretty good shape. But chances are, it’s full of amenities, decorations and features that were perfect for the owner who bought the house when it was brand new. You might not like that stuff.

If you’re going to live in that house for many years, you should be comfortable with what’s in it and love to look at it. You should have what you want.

            Remodeling is not a project just for older houses. Plenty of newer homes need some touching up. Personalize your house. Show off your good taste. Your home should reflect your personality and lifestyle.

Remodeling 101: Final August Event

We're hosting August's final seminar event! On August 31st, join Jeb Breithaupt for a complimentary seminar on remodeling trends for kitchens and bathrooms. We'll give you an update on what style changes we're seeing this year, as well as vital insider tips on having...

Remodeling Seminar 8/24/17

Did you miss our last seminar? We're hosting another one this coming Thursday, August 24th at 5:30 PM. This time, our lead designer Kristen Wysong will be present to answer all your remodeling questions. If you love your home but hate your kitchen or bathroom, call...

Remodeling 101: Kitchen and Bathroom Secrets Revealed

On August 17, please join me for Remodeling 101: Kitchen and Bathroom Secrets Revealed. No cost or obligation if you attend. Just come out to our exclusive design gallery and let us share the latest news and facts about your options, how to avoid remodeling rip-offs, the 3 mistakes to avoid when choosing a remodeler, and how to make great design decisions.

Even if you’re not planning to remodel this season, there will never be a better time to get your questions answered than right now.

And with a 33-year reputation as a third-generation remodeler, I want you to think well of my company. This free event is how I spread the word. Seating is limited to only 15 attendees and this invitation is being read by more than 147,000 people, so don’t delay and miss out.
TO REGISTER AND ATTEND: Call Mari today at 318-865-4914 and she will take care of you. Please join us August 17 at 5:30 PM at our Design Gallery, 1220 Pierremont Road just off I-49 in Shreveport. Refreshments will be served. Dress is casual. It will be relaxed, informal, and fun! Plus you’re eligible to win a $150 museum-quality art print, if you’re one of the first 5 to register.

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