Outdated Kitchen Gets a Modern Makeover

Our most recent kitchen remodel involved updating a 1990’s kitchen in Hurst, Texas, with a modern, stylish design. The original shape of the kitchen was closed off by a penisula cabinet, wasn’t a large space to begin with, and wasted a lot of space with the pantry closet. Our designers were able to make some simple changes to open up the space, increase the counter top area and improve storage space to maximize the usability of the kitchen as a whole. The end result is a sleek, eye-catching kitchen with a smart design and improved functionality! Read more

Outdated Kitchen Gets a Modern Makeover

 
Our most recent kitchen remodel involved updating a 1990’s kitchen in Hurst, Texas, with a modern, stylish design. The original shape of the kitchen was closed off by a penisula cabinet, wasn’t a large space to begin with, and wasted a lot of space with the pantry closet. Our designers were able to make some simple changes to open up the space, increase the counter top area and improve storage space to maximize the usability of the kitchen as a whole. The end result is a sleek, eye-catching kitchen with a smart design and improved functionality!
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What Homeowners Need to Know before Hiring an Interior Designer

Improving functionality and updating appearance are the primary reasons homeowners seek to renovate a space. You want your home to be beautiful and reflect your personal style, while also meeting functional needs. Unfortunately, this is often a bigger challenge than most homeowners realize! Even if it’s a relatively small project, hiring an interior designer will make the entire process easier and yield the best possible results. Here are a few questions to ask yourself before hiring an interior designer: Read more

8 Ways to Save Energy this Fall & Winter: Our October 2016 Newsletter

 

Cooler temperatures outside means it’s time to heat the inside, which could result in a higher electricity bill. Here are some tips to help you keep your home warm and your bills low this fall and winter:

1. Take Advantage of Natural Heat
Opening curtains on your south-facing windows during the day is a great way to cut your energy costs by warming your home naturally.

2. Cover Drafty Windows
Add an extra layer to drafty windows by using a heavy-duty plastic sheet or taping clear plastic film to the inside of your window frames. Make sure the plastic is sealed tightly to the frame to help reduce infiltration of cold air. A simpler option is to close your blinds and pull your curtains shut, which provides the same result. Read more

Hearts on the Trinity: Bites, Beverages & Good Causes

One of our goals at Medford Remodeling is to support our local community. Each month, one of our blog posts features a community event benefiting a good cause in DFW.
 
If you’re looking for a fun way to get involved in the community, there’s a great event coming up in November to help support volunteerism!

The VolunteerNow Young Leaders Council invites you to support volunteerism in our community over bites, beverages, the sounds of jazz and good causes. Hearts on the Trinity celebrates a fun night of giving back – where foodies meet philanthropy and our participating chefs, breweries and wineries sample their signature dishes! All proceeds benefit VolunteerNow and help expand volunteerism in North Texas. Read more

4 Reasons to Live in Your New Home Before Remodeling

We get calls just about every week from clients that recently purchased a home and want to remodel it before moving in. This isn’t surprising, as the number of new-build homes on the market increases, so does the number of fixer-upper homes that need some love. As a result, great opportunities are presented in prime locations with affordable homes that need work done. The benefit is being able to customize their home while building some equity along the way.

 
 
Unfortunately, it’s rare that we end up actually working with these new home buyers, as the cost of remodeling tends to be too high when they have already invested so much money in the house itself. Even if the clients have some money set aside for remodeling, they are usually taken by surprise at the reality of the cost. Read more