AGA Construction, Inc. Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Hidden Hills’

Remodel an Older Bathroom but Keep the Charm

Monday, October 3rd, 2016

You love the charm of your older home—but it’s time for a change. Practicality comes first in a bathroom, but the overall look of your old-style home is important to you. You can remodel an older bathroom while still holding onto that sense of charm. Check out our advice and call a local contractor!

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A Sink Design for Every Homeowner

Monday, August 29th, 2016

When you’re remodeling your bathroom, it’s a big task. You should put thought into every part of the process, from the color of the tile to the size of the shower to the placement of electrical outlets. Every detail can express something about you, including the type of sink you decide on. There’s something for every homeowner and every home. Just read on to find out more.

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Consider Your Remodel a Long-Term Investment

Monday, August 15th, 2016

When you’re planning on remodeling your home, you might look for all of the ways you can save money right now. But this isn’t always the best way to think about a remodel. Remodeling a home is a long-term investment. This doesn’t necessarily mean you’re planning on selling anytime soon. But a remodeling job should hold up for a long time to come so that you don’t need to make more renovations in a matter of a few short years.

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Finding the Right Oven and Range Configuration for Your Kitchen

Monday, July 18th, 2016

Remodeling your kitchen means throwing out that old clunky oven and trading it in for a high-tech model that makes things more convenient for you. Or maybe you want two ovens. An extra range? There are so many possibilities to consider. Talk to our remodeling contractors to learn more, and check out a list of popular oven and cooktop arrangement for your new kitchen.

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3 Ways to Make Your Bathroom Unique

Monday, June 27th, 2016

When you’re remodeling a bathroom, you could go with all of the classic features. A toilet, sink, and shower are conveniently positioned in a lightly-colored bathroom that feels clean, light, and easy to navigate. That’s really all you need.

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