Prepare Your Home for Spring Storms: Mike’s Guys Can Help!

It’s hard to believe spring will be here in just a few short weeks! Although the mornings and evenings are still chilly, the days are getting warmer, which means some nasty storms will be stirring up soon. Falling in “Tornado Alley,” North Texas often experiences nature’s wrath throughout the spring and summer months with tornadoes, hail, flash floods, and damaging winds.

Although there is no way to control the weather, here are some precautionary steps you can take to prepare your home to endure Mother Nature’s fury: Read more

2019 Cowtown Great American Cleanup, 5K Run & Earth Party

 
 

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The Keep Fort Worth Beautiful foundation is hosting the 34th annual Cowtown Great American Cleanup, coming up on March 30th! Each year, thousands of volunteers – including organizations, businesses, and individuals – come together to pick up litter from local parks, streets, creeks, and other public areas. In 2018, these hard-working volunteers removed over 140,000 pounds of trash from their communities!
 
 
You can select from a list of cleanup locations or choose your own (within the City of Fort Worth) and then register as an individual or as a group. All registrants will receive gloves and bags. T-shirts are limited to the first 7,000 registrants.
 
 
If you are looking for a place to make a difference, but aren’t sure where to go, join one of our cleanup hubs. These are pre-selected sites throughout the city open to individuals and groups who want to join: Read more

Medford Design-Build Awarded Best of Houzz 2019!

If you’ve worked with Medford Design-Build in the past or if you’re familiar with our process, you know that the design aspect of home remodeling is at the very core of what we do. It is one of the first things we discuss upon our initial meeting with you and it continues as the primary guideline throughout the entirety of your project. From our custom design packages to the interior design services we include in your remodel, we believe it is critical that the design portion of your project is thoroughly and successfully executed. The design is not only the foundation on which we base your project, but it is also what makes your remodel unique, custom, and truly one-of-a-kind! That being said, it’s important that we have a clear understanding of your wants and expectations regarding the outcome of your home remodel. Read more

Our February 2019 Newsletter

 

Our featured project this month is a point of pride for the entire Medford Team: this kitchen remodel is the work of our very own Project Manager, Dave Broadfield, which he completed in his own home, on his own time! The beautiful final result shows just how talented he is and the amount of detail he puts into his work. You’ve got to see the blog!

A Carpenter’s Own Kitchen

This beautiful kitchen is the work of our talented Project Manager that he completed in his own home! Read more

Once a Formal Dining Room, Now a Custom Home Bar!

Our recent clients loved to host get-togethers of large groups of people in their home. They enjoyed socializing and desired a place guests could sit, mingle, have a few cold ones, and watch the game. As large as the existing living room was, it just didn’t meet the needs of the clients when it came to entertaining guests. The idea was brought up to convert the formal dining room into a rustic home bar — complete with backlit display shelves, an under-counter wine fridge, granite counter tops, and big screen TVs — and the clients were beyond excited! Our talented design team began to draft up ideas for the look and functionality of the remodeled room, and the project was quickly underway. Read more

Once a Formal Dining Room, Now a Custom Home Bar!

Our featured project last month was a beautiful kitchen remodel we recently completed in Southlake, Texas. Our client’s main goal was to create a more open-concept floor plan and update the interior of their 1990’s home. The project involved completely renovating the kitchen, removing some walls, and relocating the dining room into the larger space that was originally the formal living room. At the end of that blog post, we mentioned that we also designed and built a custom home bar in place of the original formal dining room, just on the other side of the new kitchen. This month, we’d like to share the details of this stunning home bar, from design to completion! Read more