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4 Things to Know for Building a Home Addition in Bethesda, Maryland

Posted in: Building regulations, home additons, building permits, home remodeling tips, Q&A

James Moylan

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

sunroom room addition in carderock springs, bethesda, maryland

What to expect if you're hiring a home addition contractor in Bethesda, Maryland

If you’re thinking about building an addition to a house in Bethesda, Maryland, then you'll have some additional steps to integrate into your construction plans than your friends building a deck in Virginia or elsewhere in the DMV. These range from financial issues to geographic-specific considerations, none of which are insurmountable. However, keep them in mind before you undertake any room addition or home remodeling project with a licensed contractor.

An Insider's View of Top Trends & Designs in Outdoor Kitchen Cabinets

Posted in: Deck Design, design aesthetic, patio design, kitchen remodel, kitchen, kitchen remodeling, outdoor kitchens, outdoor living spaces, outdoor kitchen cabinets, Danver Stainless Outdoor Kitchens, Brown Jordan Outdoor Cabinets, Q&A

James Moylan

Monday, March 21, 2016

Danver stainless outdoor kitchen with night patio lighting

Danver Stainless Outdoor Kitchens have been in the market of making upscale outdoor cabinetry for many years. They've seen trends in outdoor kitchen designs come and go, but not every concept has proven as enduring as powder coated stainless steel kitchen cabinets or Infratech infrared heaters. With that unique perspective, Mitchell Slater, president and founder of Danver Cabinets, spoke to Design Builders about his favorite products and innovations to prevail in stainless steel outdoor cabinetry.

Are Danver Stainless Steel Outdoor Cabinets Environmentally Friendly?

Posted in: Danver cabinets, Danver Stainless Outdoor Kitchens, Danver cabinets in Maryland, Danver cabinets in Virginia, Q&A

James Moylan

Friday, January 29, 2016

copper Danver outdoor cabinets in Montgomery County

While “green” products and issues of sustainability used to be predominantly limited to a niche market, these ideas and goods have certainly funneled into the mainstream over the past few years and decades. As it becomes increasingly common to see items created with this design concept in mind, Mitchell Slater, president and founder of Danver Outdoor Kitchens, discusses the relationship between Danver cabinetry and ideas of sustainability.