Love & Paws 1st Annual ‘Bark in The Park’ Event

Are you a dog-lover that loves to socialize? Does your fur baby enjoy meeting new friends for a long run around the park? If so, this upcoming fun run is for you! Love & Paws Rescue Group is hosting their very first ‘Bark in the Park’ event coming up on Saturday, April 24th!

The event will take place at Mutt’s Cantina at Clearfork: 5317 Clearfork Main St, Fort Worth, TX 76109, with the 5K start time at 8:30 AM and the Fun Run at 9:30 AM. Following the run, the day will be filled with vendors, games, face painting, food, music, adoptable dogs, and more! What a great way to spend a Saturday while contributing to a foster-based dog rescue! Read more

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

This coming weekend marks the first day of spring for 2021. 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, there are some precautionary steps you can take to prepare your home to endure Mother Nature’s fury. It’s important to get these things done ahead of time, instead of dealing with the damage that is left after a bad storm! Read more

Our March 2021 Newsletter

A Classic 1960’s Galley Kitchen Gets a Mid-Century Modern Upgrade

You might think there isn’t much that can be done for a galley kitchen – removing an entire wall would take away valuable cabinet and countertop space, and the limited square footage makes it nearly impossible to change the layout at all. The good news is that you don’t have to completely change the layout or remove walls to create a beautifully updated aesthetic. Our most recent kitchen remodel in Fort Worth is a prime example!

Our client’s home was built in 1965. She inherited the home and knew that it needed to be remodeled, starting with the kitchen. Due to the existing floor plan, the option of completely opening the kitchen into the living room was unrealistic, since that side of the kitchen housed the sink, the dishwasher, and cabinet storage.  She met with our team in hopes of updating the kitchen without having to compromise on storage or counter space. Read more

5 Options for Completing a Home Remodel

The problem: your home is dated, dysfunctional, or doesn’t meet the needs of your lifestyle. The solution: remodel it for improved aesthetic and functionality. Sounds easy enough, right? The key is choosing the best option for getting it done. The way that you approach your home remodel can either make or break the success of the project, so it’s worth it to sit down and consider each of the options before moving forward.

What, then, are the best approaches? There are many, but here are some of the most common ways to get your home project completed: Read more