Classic Style, Clean Lines and Hands-Free

Patricia Garcia of the New Home Source reported on the latest trends in faucets and fixtures for the kitchen and bathroom. Highlights of the article include: Consumers are demanding products that are smaller, practical and efficient products that makes their life easier brushed chrome and nickel and bronze-like finishes are quickly becoming favorites – desirable […]

Five tips for a masterful bath remodel

Consumer Reports offered its readers five tips for choosing ways to remodel your bathroom that will increase both your pleasure and return on the investment. Bathrooms have replaced kitchens as the most remodeled room in the home—their smaller footprint and lack of pricey appliances make for a less expensive project. The total project, including materials […]

Induction Cooktops: Clean, Fast, Safe

ForResidentialPros.com writer Maureen Allen chatted with me about induction cooktops. The article featured a photo of our Lemoyne Condo Kitchen Remodel project. Who would have thought that in less than two years, induction cooktops would become so hot! Every major manufacturer has some kind of induction offering Efficiency and safety are induction’s two biggest advantages […]

Bathroom remodeling guide: Dos and don’ts

More people trust Consumer Reports to help guide them through kitchen and bath remodeling than just about any other resource. Here’s their March 2012 list of bathroom remodeling do’s and don’ts where they are kind enough to refer to my comments. Build a 10 to 15 percent cushion into your budget. Hide the toilet away, […]