Northern VA Kitchen Remodeling Tips

October 18, 2013
By: Carly
Make Your Kitchen Appear Bigger With These Tips From Our Experts With these helpful tips and tricks you can make any kitchen appear bigger.  If you’re currently in the process of remodeling your kitchen you can pay close attention to these tips so that you won’t have to redo them again later.
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Northern VA Kitchen Remodeling

July 12, 2013
By: Carly
Creating the Perfect Backsplash for Your Kitchen Your kitchen backsplash can give your Northern VA kitchen remodel personality.  It’s a great way to add a little flair to your kitchen remodel, especially if you have stayed within a creative boundary throughout the rest of the kitchen.  The backsplash is a great way to let your creativity shine through.  Chose from large or small tiles, metallic’s, multiple colors and much more to get the kitchen of your dreams.  I think creating a backsplash is one of the most fun parts of remodeling your kitchen.
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Saying Goodbye…To My Kitchen

June 6, 2013
By: Carly
Homeowner Shares Her Story About Her Northern VA Kitchen Remodel
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Remodeling Ideas For Entertaining In Your Northern VA Home

January 18, 2012
By: admin
Skip the Peninsula And Go For The Island The holidays are a time when many homeowners entertain –whether it’s a small group of family members or a big New Year’s Eve bash.  If your house is set up for entertaining, it makes the whole process more enjoyable and easier on your nerves.
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Remodeling Q&A From A Homeowners Perspective

March 1, 2011
By: admin
The Remodeling Process When a potential client first contacts Moss for their home improvement, we schedule an initial consultation to look at the space and talk with the client about what they want to change and why.  We discuss possible design options and the benefits or drawbacks of particular choices.  I tell them about Moss and describe the stages in the design and construction process.  Then I take measurements and return to my office to develop a design that will be presented as a proposal and ultimately become the signed contract.
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