Energy Efficient Home Renovations for Winter

An energy efficient home can reduce your utility bills and allow your family to enjoy a warmer home during the winter months. If your home is not energy efficient, a custom home renovation can help you save money in the long term and make your home more comfortable....

7 Ways to Make and Control a Renovation Budget

You’ve decided to renovate your home. You have a list of improvements and (you believe) a clear idea of what you need to accomplish. But next, you must begin the process that determines your ultimate success—making and controlling a project budget. Make a Budget You...

5 Ways to Make Small Kitchens and Bathrooms Outstanding

Small-space renovations can be challenging. But when you make careful design choices, you can make small bathroom and kitchen remodels seem more spacious. Who said that rooms must be large to be memorable? You can make small rooms stimulating, cozy or just fun to...

Kurmak in Avenue Magazine

In the April 2015 addition of Avenue Magazine, our work was featured in an article about the home of Bryce Osborne and Evan Hayko. The work on their Kingsland home was extensive but we think the results speak for themselves. We would like to thank Bryce and Evan for...

Your renovation is over, now what?

After all the planning and time spent having your home renovated, the moment arrives when the project is complete.  Other than just enjoying your beautifully renovated space, what else can you expect? Here are a few things to think about: 1. Do a thorough walkthrough...

What You Can Expect and Plan for During Your Renovation

You’ve selected your contractor, you have a detailed renovation plan in place, permits have been obtained and the sledgehammers are ready to knock down walls, so now what?  Here’s what you can expect to face during your renovation and how to plan for it: 1) Dust and...