Taste the Love: Valentine’s Dinner and Fundraiser to End Hunger


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Although Valentine’s Day is still a month away, it’s not too early to plan your special date! Our featured community event for this month will provide the perfect Valentine’s day dinner for you and your significant other, with the added benefit of helping those in need among our local community.

The ‘Taste the Love’ Valentines Dinner and Fundraiser is being hosted by Taste Project: a 501(c)3 non-profit established to feed, educate, and serve our community so they may “…taste and see the Lord is good.”(Psalm 34:8). The romantic dinner will be on Valentine’s Day at Taste Community Restaurant in Fort Worth (1200 South Main Street, Fort Worth, TX 76104). All sales will benefit Taste Project and the cause to end hunger for those struggling in our community. Read more

Mike’s Guys: 4 Things to Know About Wall Removal


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Open-concept floor plans have become one of the most sought-after features among home buyers and homeowners alike. As a remodeling company, the majority of the projects we do involve some extent of removing or shortening walls to create a more open, airy overall feel. Among the many before and after transformations we share, the ones that include a wall removal are by far the most impressive. It’s amazing how different a space can look and how much better the area can be utilized once unnecessary walls have been removed! Read more

Our January 2020 Newsletter

Happy New Year from the Medford Team! It’s hard to believe we are already a few weeks into 2020. Along with the excitement of a fresh start comes a time of reflection of the last 12 months. It’s empowering to acknowledge the growth that has taken place, both for our team and our processes and of course, all of the new client relationships that have been established.
We are sincerely thankful for all of our new (and existing) clients that trusted us to work in their home in 2019! Read more

Why You Need a Custom Design Package for Your Bathroom Remodel

There are a lot of variables that come into play during a bathroom remodel. The size and state of the existing bathroom, the complexity of the project, the features and amenities to be included, the structural changes that need to be made, and of course, the intended use of the remodeled space by the homeowners – that is, determining what modifications will most effectively solve the homeowner’s current issues with the bathroom. These variables are different for every project: perhaps the existing bathroom is too small and lacks storage space, or maybe it is insufficient for an elderly parent that needs handicap-accessible features. Maybe a remodel was started with a contractor who did things incorrectly and failed to finish the job, leaving the bathroom completely unusable. Because each of these scenarios have different starting points and require different courses of action to meet the homeowner’s needs, they each require their own customized design plan. Read more