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When Do You Need a Building Permit to Remodel a Kitchen Design?

Posted in: Building regulations, kitchen remodel, interior design, building permits, home remodeling tips, kitchen, kitchen remodeling, kitchen appliances

James Moylan

Monday, June 29, 2015

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Do I Need a Permit to Remodel My Kitchen Design?

Amidst the rush of picking out new tile and purchasing eco-friendly kit chen appliances, it’s often easy to forget one of the most important steps of remodeling a kitchen in Virginia or Maryland: obtaining permits.

Oftentimes, homeowners are surprised to learn that their full interior kitchen renovations require permitting, especially if they are doing something seemingly simple. However, the vast majority of kitchen renovations require not one, but three types of permits: building, electrical, and mechanical permits.

6 Questions to Consider Before Building a Home Addition

Posted in: Contracting Questions, home additons, interior design

James Moylan

Friday, May 22, 2015

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As your family expands and your lifestyle evolves, you may find yourself outgrowing your home. Maybe it isn’t spacious enough to suit your rambunctious children. Or perhaps it lacks the space to accommodate the home office or game room you've been dreaming of. The fact is, not all houses are built with enough master bedrooms, bathrooms, and other spaces to work for their homeowners year after year without change.

7 Important Questions to Ask Home Addition Contractors in Maryland and Virginia

Posted in: Contracting Questions, home additons, interior design, home remodeling tips, interior remodeling, home improvement

James Moylan

Monday, May 18, 2015

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Just as you wouldn’t hire an unqualified individual to represent you in court, fix a sprained ankle, or teach your kids to play violin, you want the contractor you hire to build your home addition to be someone you trust.