Our March 2023 Newsletter

We all love to see home remodels that show a grand aesthetic transformation — taking a space from dark and dated to bright and modern. But, the aesthetic refresh is even more impactful when it comes with functional improvement as well! Our recent clients in Colleyville wanted their master bathroom to be more functional for them as they enter into their golden years. The original bathroom included a large jetted bathtub that neither of them used. The original shower was also very small and dated. They expressed their desire for a large walk-in shower with a luxury look, and our team was able to bring their dreams to life! See the full story and transformation photos on our project blog for this month. Read more

Our Off-Site Process Prior to Starting a Home Remodel

If you’ve been considering an extensive remodel, you are probably trying to mentally prepare for the weeks of construction that lie ahead for your home. Having a team of subcontractors and a project manager making visible changes to your kitchen or bathroom is a very exciting time; this is when your ideas truly come to life, as you can see the actual modifications taking place. What most homeowners don’t realize is that there is a lot of preliminary work that is done off-site prior to the demolition and construction. As anxious as many of our clients are to get started immediately after their consultation, there is a methodical process that must be followed beforehand in order to make the construction phase as smooth and seamless as possible. Read more

The Final Countdown: Complete Your Remodel By The 2023 Holiday Season!

The months always seem to fly by after the holidays. Before you know it, the summer is over, fall is upon us, and the end-of-the-year rush is just around the corner — yet again! Time has a way of eluding us and it continues to pass by. We all know how troublesome it can be to realize you have put off tasks thinking you have more time than you actually do.

One of the most common requests we hear from homeowners throughout each year is to complete their home remodel before the holiday season. This is typically a very doable thing, so long as the start date for the project is early enough. What many of our potential clients don’t realize is that the start date isn’t referring to the day construction begins; rather it is the beginning of the design process. The initial consultation, purchase of a design package, measure appointment, completion of designs and revisions, review meetings, and signing of the proposal for construction are all preliminary steps that are required before demolition day at your home. Read more

Our February 2023 Newsletter

Hosting guests for the holidays is something many homeowners look forward to all year, especially if they love to cook! For our recent clients in Arlington, they wanted to share their passion for cooking with the family to celebrate the season, but their original 1980’s kitchen just couldn’t accommodate. They came to us early last year with hopes of completing a full kitchen remodel in time for Thanksgiving, and our team delivered! Check out this month’s featured blog post to get the full story and see the transformation! Read more

Mike’s Guys Home Improvement: The Ease of a Free Virtual Estimate

If there is one common complaint we’ve heard from homeowners throughout the years, it is that they struggled to find a contractor that would follow-up after their initial conversation. Unfortunately, homeowners are often forced to deal with the frustration of waiting for an estimate that never comes. If you’ve ever experienced a disappearing contractor or non-responsive home improvement service, you know how infuriating it is to be seemingly forgotten about when you’re trying to get a project done. Read more

Our January 2023 Newsletter

Reminiscing on some of our favorite projects from the last 12 months, this trendy kitchen we remodeled in South Arlington was at the top of the list. Our clients came to us with hopes of refreshing the 1978 kitchen with a more modern look, patterned tile, and a black-and-white color scheme. Not only were the aesthetics improved, but we were able to provide the clients with more usable space by removing a large walk-in pantry and bar area. Additional counter space, cabinetry, and a beverage center were added — just what this kitchen needed! Check out the full story and before and after photos on our blog post! Read more

5 Benefits of Working with A Design-Build Firm for Your Major Remodel

The term ‘design-build’ is slowly becoming more familiar in the world of home remodeling. In the past, if someone wanted to remodel their home, they would contact a general contractor and an architect. While contractors alone can do a lot of great work, they simply do not offer the many benefits that you would receive from working with a design-build firm, such as Medford Design-Build.

Here are 5 benefits of working with a design-build for your major home remodeling project: Read more

Mike’s Guys: Replacing Interior Doors & Trim

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One of the most popular requests our small projects division receives is to replace interior doors and trim. While many homeowners think of new paint and flooring as the primary means to update a space (short of a full remodel), we always suggest including new baseboards, window and door casings, and new interior doors to make an even bigger impact. These details “put the icing on the cake” so to speak, and can truly make a space feel brand new!

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Our December 2022 Newsletter

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