Check out the details on this renovation project for 7 Clans Hotel & Casino in Thief River Falls, MN which included updating common areas and 151 rooms!
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Today we’re sharing the details about a kitchen remodel we recently completed for a family in Vadnais Heights, Minnesota. Their split level, single family home was originally built in 1979. The family wanted to create a light, bright white kitchen while also making the most of the space.
We can’t wait to welcome visitors to Model Home #3; our modern Cape Cod style whole-home remodel in St. Mary’s Point, Minnesota! Join us during the Parade of Homes Remodelers Showcase, March 29-13 from noon to 6 pm. Until then, you can tide yourself over by enjoying the stunning photos!
Before the kids grow up, this family of 5 decides to remodel their Roseville home and transform it into the open plan they can live and entertain in for years to come. Why move when the neighborhood has everything you need? Read the full article to learn more about this remodel!
Without losing its fit in the neighborhood, this typical Roseville rambler has set a new standard for spaciousness and efficiency.
In 2011, Cecilia Warner and Colin Campell’s kitchen was covered in pink sticky notes that marked cabinets, drawers and everything else in need of repair. Read the full article and see the remodel before and afters below.
Radiant in-floor heat is not only one of the most comfortable forms of heat, but it is one of the most efficient– heating objects in a space rather than the air. Once the objects are heated they require very little energy to maintain their temperature. This type of heat is also extremely comfortable. Imagine having warm feet even on one of the coldest nights in Minnesota.
Whether building or remodeling, many people have noticed that homes are becoming tighter and more well insulated due to better windows and construction methods such as SIPS. To keep our newly built or remodeled homes safe and comfortable, we need to consider added ventilation, fresh air intakes, and properly sized mechanicals. Have you ever heard of an HRV or an ERV? Know the difference? How about a Manual J or Manual D?