2021 and Done!
Before we ring in the new year, let’s take a minute to reflect on 2021. Like many companies, 2021 was one of our busiest years, which came with much excitement and quite a few challenges. Overall, our projects were larger than in past years and none of our remodeling projects was less than $50,000. We… Read More
Announcement About Red House Remodeling During the Coronavirus Crisis
Red House Remodeling is open and ready to help you love your home! The first step in our process is a phone conversation. Give us a call to discuss your project and we’ll go from there. Depending on your comfort level, we can do virtual planning, design and selections OR meet in person using applicable… Read More
Cabinet & Countertop Finishes: What’s a homeowner to do?
Take a look at any kitchen and bath design publication, website or social media and you’ll get a pretty good idea of the popular finishes right now. Cabinets, countertops and fixtures all ebb and flow with the times, impacted by new introductions by manufacturers and the choices of designers across the country. So what’s being… Read More
Love Your Home!
With spring in the air and summer around the corner, you might find yourself itching to make changes around the house. We’ve put together some suggestions for ways you can demonstrate affection for your home, now and throughout the year. When you love your home … it shows! Remodel – While not the least expensive… Read More
Project Profile: Marvelous Marble Master Bath
It’s hard enough to get going in the morning, but when your master bath is dreary and dated, morning can seem even more daunting. This master bath remodel has these homeowners up and at ‘em now that the space is lighter, brighter and more open. BEFORE: The bathroom was divided into two sections, which made… Read More
Kitchen Style Report: What’s Trending In Kitchen Design
Cleaner, more contemporary designs are dominating homes in 2015, according to the National Kitchen & Bath Association’s annual trend report. The report shares what’s trending nationally in kitchen and bath design. Since our customers are a little more centrally located – hello, greater Des Moines! – we decided to compare national trends with what we’re… Read More
Cabinet Trends 2015: It’s a Transitional Takeover
Each year, the National Kitchen & Bath Association produces a trend report, something they’ve been doing since 1952. But how do these trends, compiled from designers nationwide, compare to what we’re designing and building in our market? We’ve pulled together our very own 2015 trend report to see if our homeowners’ desires are on trend… Read More
Common Sense Tips for Maximizing Your Basement Finish/Remodel
Basements were once a dark, cobwebby, cold place to store unused items and do laundry. They’ve starred in horror movies as the place where scary things lurk. But basements have come a long way. Sure, some are still nothing more than a carpet remnant and cast off furniture, but most are a highly useful part… Read More
Make the Most of Your Home Show Visit
New year = home show season. Yes, for some reason, show organizers like to get us out of our homes and into their home shows during the coldest time of the year. If you’re ready to begin planning your home remodeling project, these home shows can be a valuable resource. So how can you make… Read More
Double Your Living Space by Renovating Your Basement
Homeowners who are looking for extra space in their homes often look down … to the basement. Basements are the ideal place to add entertaining areas, game rooms, exercise rooms, playrooms, media rooms or extra guest rooms. Regardless of how you plan to use the space, there are a number of factors to address during… Read More