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What happens to the stuff we demolish?

What happens to the stuff we demolish?

No one wants to be wasteful Often when we remodel a client’s home we take out dated, but perfectly useful, fixtures, cabinets, appliances and more. Naturally, our clients care about where these items end up. We share their concern and would much rather see them put to...

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Cedar Tongue & Groove Ceiling Options

Cedar Tongue & Groove Ceiling Options

What are the choices? Widths Cedar T&G comes in different widths and grades. The most common widths are 3.5" and 5.5". We usually use 5.5" widths on our projects. We installed 7.5" boards as siding on a house over 20 years ago, but due to the width the boards...

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When and how to test for Asbestos

When and how to test for Asbestos

Myth: But, my house isn’t old enough to require testing! In our area we are required to test for asbestos before we renovate a home- no matter the age. Asbestos is a regulated, not prohibited, material and can still be found in many products. According the the SWCAA...

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1960’s Daylight Ranch Remodel

1960’s Daylight Ranch Remodel

We recently finished a remodel to a 1960 daylight ranch in Washougal, WA. This is the first in our ‘What’s the Plan’ video series where we take you through what it took to design and remodel a project from beginning to end. Check it out!

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Kitchen Corners

Kitchen Corners

What’s the most efficient way to work with inside corners when laying out cabinetry? There are 3 main options, each with their pros and cons. In this video we’ll explore those options and let you know our favorite.

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