Last Friday, Cody and I attended the North Texas Gas and Oil Crawfish Boil and Poker Tournament. This is an annual event that benefits the Boys and Girls Clubs of America and, as always, was a great one. I’m always happy to be a part of helping out the Boys and Girls Clubs of America. […]
Monthly Archives: April 2014
Microwave Drawers: A New Trend That Makes Sense!
One of the toughest pieces of a kitchen design is sometimes the microwave. Where to put it? At one point, the “solution” was to hang it above the stove top, with a recirculating vent. This solved where to put the microwave, but has proven to make a mess of venting out cooking gases. No one […]
Three Reasons Why You Should Learn to Live with Less Cabinet Space in Your Kitchen
When I’m designing a kitchen remodeling project, my clients often fret about the cabinets I want to remove to open up a wall or provide more counter space. The client is usually thinking, “A new kitchen means cabinets for my stuff!” I’m then tasked with convincing them that they can live with less cabinet space […]
What is a Contractor?
A lot of homeowners don’t really understand the true nature of the titles and roles of the people who remodel their homes. Knowing how these titles and roles function can save you lot of time, frustration and money. What is a Contractor? There seems to be a tendency to call any person you pay to […]
Cellulose or Fiberglass—Which Type of Insulation Should You Use In Your Attic?
When it comes time to insulate your attic, often you will have the choice of cellulose or fiberglass insulation. Both cost about the same and get the job done, but each comes with unique benefits that you should consider depending on your circumstances. Here is what you need to know to make the right choice […]