Go Big, Or Don’t: Getting What You Want from a Kitchen Remodel

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As a homeowner who wants to boost property values, enjoy more convenience and beautify your home, you’re investigating kitchen remodeling options for your house. The kitchen is an obvious place to start for many reasons: for instance, multiple surveys suggest that kitchen remodels offer excellent return on investment (ROI) when compared to similar home improvement projects. Additionally many homeowners identify the kitchen as the heart of their home, where guests and family spends the most time and where most conversation happens. But what scale kitchen remodel should you consider? Here are some factors to weigh: Read the rest of this entry »

Smart Home Automation Features You’ll Use and Love from HVAC Monitoring to Remote Security Control

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Before you hire a building contractor to install the latest smart home technologies, find out which features you will actually use. Read the rest of this entry »

Bathroom and Kitchen Remodeling Tips Help Maximize Tight Spaces

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Small spaces don’t have to mean wasted or cluttered areas of your home. Our Castro Valley HVAC contractors offer these professional tips to help you make the most your small spaces. Read the rest of this entry »

Bathroom Remodeling Close Second to Kitchen Remodeling On Bay Area Homeowner Wishlists

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Ready to breathe new life into your bathroom to prepare to sell your Bay Area home or just make it more comfortable and livable? Incorporate some of these bathroom remodeling trends into your design scheme to create a feeling of luxury and respite. Read the rest of this entry »

Kitchen Remodeling is One of the Most Worthwhile Home Remodeling Projects

kitchen-remodeling-bay-areaYou’re ready to breathe new life into your kitchen, but you don’t know where to start or how to scope and monitor progress. Follow these simple tips for a successful kitchen remodel. Read the rest of this entry »

Factors to Consider when Hiring a Professional Building Contractor

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When looking for an East Bay general contractor, knowing what to look for and how to choose between your many options is not simple, to help you make the right decision follow these 8 steps.

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Experienced Castro Valley Building Contractor Offers Advice

Title Why You Need An Annual Furnace Tune-upWinter is nigh. In the Bay Area, that doesn’t necessarily mean 12-foot snowdrifts and ice and sleet pounding on rooftops. But it does mean howling winds and lots of rain, if this year’s El Nino predictions are accurate. If you haven’t already scheduled your annual furnace tune-up, now is the time to call your general contractor. Annual furnace tune-ups offer many benefits, including:
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Incorporate these 4 Different Energy Saving Tips this Winter

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Thanks to the simple and non-negotiable reality of thermodynamics, as the weather turns cooler, energy bills often increase. Even though San Francisco and surrounding areas generally make it through the winter months without seeing too many dips into the 20s and 30s, the cold and wind absorb a lot of heat and create challenges for cost conscious homeowners and landlords. To save money on your Bay Area heating bills this year, follow the tips below. Read the rest of this entry »

These Three Characteristics are a Great Foundation

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Being a general contractor in the Bay Area can be a deeply rewarding, enriching experience, but this path obviously isn’t right for everyone. Are you considering a career in this field? If so, the facts below will help you decide whether you might want to pursue this profession seriously. Read the rest of this entry »

These 4 Tips Will Make Your Home More Energy Efficient

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Here are some tips to reduce your home HVAC system’s energy use and overall cost. Read the rest of this entry »