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Smart Ways to Maximize Your First Floor Layout

by Kevin Gilday & Tom Gilday

Is your first-floor layout everything you want it to be? Maybe that long, narrow entryway is really starting to bother you. And you love having a first-floor laundry room, but it’s really more of a laundry closet. Entertaining is fun, but guests are...

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Renovating Older Homes, What You Should Know

by Jennifer Sergent

According to the most recent housing profile by the Department of Housing and Urban Development and the U.S. Census in 2013, the median age of homes in this region is 34 years. And prior to that, nearly 300,000 homes in this area were built in the...

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The Architect In Design Build Part Two

A Classy Cleveland Park Victorian In the previous post (The Architect In Design Build Part One) we took a peek at design build architect Dan Morales' process as he prepared to design a kitchen and family room addition for an 1885 Victorian in the...

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The Architect In Design Build Part One

Just as an actor studies all aspects of a character in preparation for the role, an architect studies the architectural character of a home he is about to renovate. This is one of the most important steps in the renovation process. For an architect...

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Interior Renovation: The Un-Addition

Interior Renovation = Better Space Planning Sometimes people think they don't have enough room in their house. They need a larger kitchen.  They want a real master bath--and a lot of the time they are right.  There is certainly not enough room if the...

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