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From the category archives: Craftmasters Remodeling


Conducting a Full House Facelift

Older houses take on an appearance of age, which can be nice when the house appears as an historic landmark. Relatively newer houses aren't always so quaint when they appear to be old and out of use. Fortunately, there are ways to give a house a facelift which maintains the concept of the original design while keeping the house up to date and both functional and pretty as a part of the neighborhood where it is located.

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Updated Window Options

Whether you're building a new house from scratch, refurbishing a beautiful older home, or buying a house that still has time to add custom features, you may want to consider what window options are available for the modern home. The days of a carpenter and glass shop working together to cover the holes in your walls are far gone, modern technology has much more to offer than what was once available. New windows are a simple way to improve home efficiency and add beauty to your house.

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Window Trim Ideas for Your Home or Business

Tired of painting your old window trim over and over again? Noticing signs of wear and tear? Give your windows the upgrade they need. Window trim enhances the look and feel of your home. Select from a variety of trim features to suit your homes style.

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Maintenance or Remodel: Which Is Best for Your House?

Newer houses need routine maintenance; older houses also require ongoing maintenance and often need a bit of TLC. Both new and old houses can benefit from a full remodel. The fact of the matter is, you bought your house because you like it. You like the floor plan and the traffic patterns work well for how your family conducts their daily lives. That doesn't mean you like the color schemes, the cabinetry, or countertops and sometimes a particular piece of the home fails to function properly.

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How to Prevent Excess Moisture in Your Home

Winter is the time of year when humidity is most prominent in your home. You may see humidity on your windows, doors, and pipes. Humidity is the result of a difference between the outside temperature and the temperature in your home. Unfortunately, moisture in your home can be dangerous for your entire family. Keep reading to learn what you can do to prevent moisture.

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Improved Windows and Home Renovations

If you own an older home which is in nicer shape than to warrant a full restoration or remodel but could use a few upgrades, windows are one of the easiest ways to improve both efficiency and cosmetic appeal while adding value. Some of the options available may astound the layman who doesn't work with windows on a daily basis. Modern windows can improve security and provide convenience while replacement techniques allow for installation of an entirely different window style to perform a specific function.

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Understanding the Difference Between Bay and Bow Windows

How your home’s exteriors look is a big factor when people consider the overall value of your home. Home’s that stand out often have unique features that enhance the home’s functionality and gives the home a distinguished look. The windows you choose to include in the design of your home affects the look of your home, especially bay and bow windows. But, what’s the difference between the two? Keep reading to learn the difference, so you can determine which window to include in your home’s design.

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