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Making An Informed Decision On Window Types

September 4, 2017

Windows serve many functions. They provide natural light, ventilation, and privacy. 

[SoCal Homes]: Neutral Paint Colors that Make a Statement

August 28, 2017

To understand the role of neutral paint colors, consider a traditional winter landscape in a temperate climate: snow, bare trees, fragments of dried grass, gray boulders, and leafless shrubs sticking out from the icy terrain of an overcast day.

Resource Guide: 11 Vendors to Contact for Ideas and Inspiration on Floor Coverings

August 21, 2017

Flooring in any area of the home (especially stairways, halls, and landings) needs to be practical and hardwearing, to shrug off dirt brought in from outside, and to be safe.

Surviving A Remodel: A Client’s Perspective

February 27, 2017

We asked a few of our clients to share with us what their remodeling experience was like, and any tips they have for homeowners considering a renovation.

13 Green Building Questions to Ask Your So Cal Contractor

February 13, 2017

As the numerous benefits of green building and remodeling continue to grow, there is little doubt that the trend in eco-friendly home ownership is in full swing.

6 Planning Tips for a Great Kids Room

February 6, 2017

Designing the kids room can be an enjoyable project for both parents and children. 

Why the Process of Remodeling is Just as Important as the Before and After

January 30, 2017

When you are looking to hire a remodeler, you’re usually drawn in by their before-and-after pictures and the endless possibilities of your space. While those photos and ideas are attractive and grab your attention, BEWARE -- they don’t tell the whole story.

Los Angeles: Architecture, Light, and Exterior Home Colors

January 16, 2017

Known as the “New City,” Los Angeles was one of the first established in America. The original Spanish settlement, “Nuestra Señora de la Ciudad de Los Angeles,” remains marked today by a tiny plaza opposite Union Station downtown, adjacent to a tourist replica of a Mexican open street market. 

Range and Cooktop Options for Your Kitchen

January 2, 2017

What’s better, a separate cooktop and oven (or ovens), or a range that contains both in a single appliance? 

Don’t Let Load Bearing Walls Block Your Renovation

December 26, 2016

Whenever homeowners decide to make modifications to their home, questions regarding load bearing walls are in ample supply.