Tips for Financing a Home Remodel

Demand for home remodeling services is rapidly increasing, but many people are unable to make the desired improvements due to lack of financing. According to research from Metrostudy, the number of consumers in Washington D.C. and Bethesda, MA that are remodeling their properties has increased steadily since the third quarter of 2014.
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Important Traits of a Kitchen Designer

When choosing a kitchen designer, there are important traits to look for. Any professional you work with should always have your best interests in mind, while also using their proven experience to upgrade your kitchen. You want your kitchen to function within your lifestyle, budget, and fashion sense. To do this, choose a designer who listens to your needs and plans the design around those conversations and examples. Anyone who works in interior design should have strong attention to detail, but in the kitchen, this is particularly important. Read more

Updating Kitchen Design and Plumbing for Less Maintenance

Plumbing and low maintenance solutions in the kitchen can go far beyond simply fixing a leaky faucet. Not only is it important to keep your kitchen up to code, but there are many plumbing and design options today that can make your kitchen stand up better to daily wear and tear. Plus, there are new conveniences that you may have never thought of before. Read more

Advantages of Breakfast Bars

With traditional dining areas becoming a thing in the past in many homes, open concept kitchens with their own dining space have become more popular. One feature that many homeowners have decided to add to their kitchens is a breakfast bar. Usually, this feature is an extension of a kitchen island, but there are other ways to create one, as well. Whatever type of breakfast bar you choose, there are some real advantages to having one. Read more

Apartments and Townhouses Replace Larger Homes in Arlington

Arlington officials have been discussing strategies to improve access to reliable housing for the county’s 225,000 residents. Arlington County has had an abundance of housing for upper middle class citizens, but has struggled to keep up with demand for working class families moving to the area. They have recently started replacing old restaurants and vacant single family homes with apartments and townhouses.

500 Multifamily Housing Units Are Being Constructed

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