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Questions You Should Ask Yourself Before Your Kitchen Remodel

A kitchen remodel can improve your home’s value and transform the way you feel about it. A new kitchen looks beautiful and is more pleasant to use, so it’s no wonder so many people want to remodel their kitchens! However, before you move forward with this project, ask yourself a few simple questions first. DreamMaker

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Home Remodeling for Disabled

Whether you’re a disabled veteran, senior citizen, or someone else who’s currently experiencing significant physical limitations, DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen has a wide variety of home remodeling services and systems for you to leverage to ensure that you’re able to navigate your home with ease. You need the best of the best to take into

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What Is Aging in Place, and Why Is It Important?

What is Aging in Place? The term ‘aging in place’ refers to elderly adults who intend to stay in the comforts of their own home for as long as they can as they age. The major aspect of aging in place is to aid seniors in their goal to stay in their own home by

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Puppy-Proofing Your Home

The weather is warming up and you’ve vowed to spend more time outdoors. Maybe you need a walking partner or a motivation to wake up earlier. Perhaps the kids have been asking – begging, rather – and promise to help now that school is out?  You’ve put it off long enough and now you’ve made

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Sink Into These Top Tub Trends For The Ultimate Bathing Experience

Sink Into These Top Tub Trends For The Ultimate Bathing Experience (BPT) – The tub tucked away in your home’s master bathroom is so much more than a place to get clean. It’s a calming refuge and therapeutic retreat after a busy, high-pressure day. Tub trends indicate that bathtubs are primarily used for soaking, while

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Pet-proofing Your Home In Preparation For Adopting A Shelter Animal

Pet-proofing Your Home In Preparation For Adopting A Shelter Animal I thought I’d share this article for all of you that have or would love to have a family pet.  Although it is not an article about remodeling your home; rather it is an article about preparing your home for the arrival of your new

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Make a Grand Entrance

Make a grand entrance: simple ideas to refresh your entryway Most people enter their home through the garage or backdoor, forgetting how the front entrance looks to neighbors and guests. Your front door is often the first thing others notice about your home. That’s why it’s key to make a positive first impression. How to

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5 Suprising Facts About Baby Boomers

I am a Baby Boomer and wanted to share the following article because many of our clients fit within the wonderful so-called Baby Boomer generation. The information below contains 5 surprising facts about baby boomers – including one that could save your or a loved one’s life. (BPT) – Were you born from 1945 through

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Top 2014 Home Improvement Trends

Top 2014 home improvement trends: smart homes and home automation As 2013 quickly draws to a close and the New Year begins to materialize, I thought this was an excellent article to share. Our lifestyles are constantly evolving, thus our homes are adapting to keep pace. (BPT) – From smartphones to smart cars, technology is

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Incredible amounts of building material end up in area landfills. Such waste is costly as well as environmentally unacceptable. Whenever we can we donate reusable materials from clients’ homes that are no longer wanted and needed as a result of their remodeling project to ReSTORE. The Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity  ReSTORE, LLC. has been

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