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Home Interior Remodeling Menasha WI

Looking for Home Interior Remodeling in Menasha? We have compiled a list of businesses and services around Menasha that should help you with your search. We hope this page helps you find Home Interior Remodeling in Menasha.

Curtis L. Biggar
Curtis L. Biggar, Architect
(920) 716-2420
4400 West Pine Street
Appleton, WI
 
Baldwin Building Improvements
9204865638
127 First St
Menasha, WI

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Paul Davis Restoration & Remodeling
(920) 882-9287
2225 Northern Rd
Appleton, WI
 
C&C Home Improvements
(920) 540-4660
1408 W Seneca Dr
Appleton, WI
 
Case Remodeling
(920) 731-6500
2339 W Wisconsin Ave
Appleton, WI
 
Tim Shew
CT Electric
920-420-3207
5783 Erie Street
Butte des Morts, WI
 
The HONEY DO LIST MAN
(920) 843-8574
341 Plummers Harbor Rd
Neenah, WI
Services
Home Improvement, Maintenance, Handyman
Licenses / Certifications
State Wi. Journeyman, Maintenance, Handyman Licenses
Membership Organizations
Building Trades
Years in Business
20 plus years

Home Service Store
(920) 968-4655
4650 W Spencer St
Appleton, WI
 
J & B Home Improvement Co
(920) 731-3306
73 Bellevue Pl
Appleton, WI
 
Andropolis Painting LLC
(920) 810-2267
3142 N Longwood Ln
Appleton, WI
 
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7 Quick & Inexpensive Home Interior Updates

Written by Matthew C. Keegan  //  2012/02/16  //  News Releases  //  No comments

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Updates that can handled in one afternoon or over a long weekend.

Last week, we shared with our readers 7 Quick & Inexpensive Home Exterior Updates . This week, we’re stepping inside and will focus on tips related to your kitchen and bathrooms, two of the most important areas in the home buyers consider when shopping for a home.

1. Add a new kitchen work station — The expression “there is only room for one cook in a kitchen” does not hold true in all households. For some families, both husbands and wives like to share in meal preparation, with each person needing a dedicated work station. Consider setting up a second station by extending a counter or adding in a free-standing island.

2. Build a kitchen pantry — You may not have enough room to store all of your food, but you have a closet that can be repurposed to do the work. If so, then convert that closet into a pantry. Add shelves, lighting and flooring as needed. You may need to run HVAC too if you need a temperature controlled room.

3. Replace your kitchen’s flooring — Flooring can get expensive, but an alternative to wood flooring is laminate. Or, if you have existing wood flooring, then have it refinished. Go with a different color to update the kitchen.

4. Update your appliances — Replacing your stove, dishwasher and refrigerator may seem price prohibitive, but the savings you’ll gain by choosing energy efficient appliances can help defray some of that cost. Buying all three at once gives you room to negotiate with merchants.

5. Install a skylight — A strategically placed skylight can open up any room including a bathroom. Choose a vented skylight to increase air circulation. Choose opaque glass if privacy is a concern for you.

6. Modernize your fixtures — Short of an expensive overall for t...

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