Mike’s Guys: How Do I Refinish A Popcorn Ceiling Myself?

Photo Source     We recently shared a post on 3 options for getting rid of popcorn ceilings. There are a few different ways to approach it, including hiring a professional (like Mike’s Guys) or installing beadboard sheets over

A Craftsman-Style Door Replacement in Arlington

Medford Remodeling has long been associated with luxury remodeling and large-scale renovations. However, that’s not all we do! Our small projects division, Mike’s Guys, handles smaller projects such as repairs, maintenance, and pull-and-replace remodels. They also address

Mike’s Guys Handyman: Why Gutter Maintenance Matters

Photo Source     As a homeowner, there are many steps you can take to keep your home’s exterior in good shape. Replacing old siding, trimming away vegetation, and routinely checking the shingles for damage are a few examples. Each

Our March 2020 Newsletter

Our featured project blog for the month of March is our recent master bathroom remodel we completed in Keller, Texas. Our client’s beautiful home was built in 2005, but unfortunately, was constructed with poor-quality materials. The clients

Our February 2020 Newsletter

  Our featured project this month is a show-stopping luxury kitchen in Keller, Texas. The original kitchen was plenty large but was laid out in a way that was not conducive for cooking and entertaining guest. Our

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

Our December 2019 Newsletter

December 16, 2019       Our featured project this month is a little different than our usual remodels — it’s in a home that is only 3 years old! While the majority of our projects are completed

Our November 2019 Newsletter

For our featured project the month of November, we’re sharing a full kitchen remodel we recently completed in Arlington. This 1961 kitchen had it’s original layout, cabinets, countertops, and lighting — all of which were in severe need