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Brookfield- 18525 W. Bluemound Rd  262-395-7100  M,T,W,F 10-6, Thur- 10-8, Sat- 10-4

November 6, 2019

Winter remodeling can save you money and speed up your project.

September 28, 2019

The devil is in the details or the lack thereof. This old adage certainly holds true for major remodel projects.

It truly amazes me when I see some of the Remodel Proposals for 10's of thousands of dollars that are a single page with no details about the materials and p...

November 11, 2017

WOW! Have kitchens changed!

Recently I went with one of our designers to inspect a home where he had sold a new kitchen. Although this was not a kitchen Allen Kitchen & Bath remodeled back in the 80's it reminded me of the layouts and features that were typical of that...

November 11, 2017

Want to make a difference? Change your toilet! Depending on how old your current toilet is you can save as much as 42,000 gallons of water annually for a family of four. That's less on your water bill, less on your sewer bill and certainly better for our environment.

To...

November 11, 2017

Brighten your kitchen with LED recessed lighting.

Most kitchens over 15 years old have inadequate lighting. There was typically a single ceiling light and maybe a light over the sink. Wherever you worked at the counter you cast shadows because most of the light was over...

November 11, 2017

As I walked through our Madison showroom recently I noticed a grouping of product samples along with a drawing for a proposed kitchen remodel. There was a cabinet door sample in a gray-brown tone, a quartz countertop sample, a 12x24 floor tile and two versions of glass...

November 11, 2017

Budget Friendly Bath Updates

November 11, 2017

Where Vent fans are needed:

Proper ventilation in bathrooms is a necessity to control moisture as well as odors. When mold or mildew forms on the bath walls or ceiling it is likely caused by poor ventilation.

In the past, bathroom ventilators were not required if a bathr...

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