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DBPros Answer Your Top 3 FAQ About Monmouth County Home Additions

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Monmouth County Home Additions – Brief Q&A

Monmouth County Home Additions - Kitchen AdditionPutting an addition your home should be fun – so why do so many people get stressed out over it? Well, because there are so many little things to get stressed out over, that’s why. There are so many variables and things that can go wrong, as well as questions people have about the process. That is why we decided to ask the DBPros some of the top questions people have, and let them answer the questions for you.

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Design Build Pros vs Architect for Remodeling

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Design Build Pros - Finally, a better approach to remodelingShould you start with a New Jersey architect or Design Build Pros for your next home remodeling project? Here are some of the points to consider and compare.

Architects design and draw the plans before the project is accurately priced. Architects are paid in full before the remodelers begin quoting the planned project. construction documents and drawings are black and Continue reading

Outdoor Living Space for Shade and Entertaining

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These Monmouth County, New Jersey homeowners wanted to create a space that would provide a shady retreat in their southern-facing back yard. The end result is a true outdoor living space over 500 square feet in size, including separate eating and entertaining areas, a gas fireplace, a TV, porcelain floor, French door, and custom Board and Batten ceiling.
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Home Office Designs

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Whether you bring work home from the office or have an office in your home, it’s hard to get motivated when your home office is uninspiring. Learn how to freshen up your workspace with these professional designer tips. Soon you may have an office that’ll actually make you look forward to working. Continue reading

Porch Designs and Furniture Ideas

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Planning a porch design is more than just structure, columns, and roof lines. Collectively, considerations must be given to lifestyle. How and when will the porch be used. Will the gatherings be intimate or entertaining. Perhaps flexibility of use is key.

Enjoy these porch photos from houzz.com and see how they have been decorated and furnished. Which is your favorite? Which would be serve the needs of your family? Continue reading

Breakfast Patio in Italy

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Patio in Capri, ItalyThis beautiful Italian villa is located on the island of Capri, just off the shore from Naples, Italy. An island known for its sapphire blue skies and endless ocean views, it’s hard to think of a more perfect setting for spending a summer.

The Design Build Pros cannot place you and your home on an island, but we can design and develop an outdoor dining space that makes sense for you, your family, and home. Contact us today and take the first step for a professional remodeling experience. Continue reading

Free Live Webinar for Homeowners and Remodelers

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The staff at Design Build Pros will be hosting a free, live webinar on Tuesday, May 15, 2012. From the convenience of your own computer and internet you can view their unique “Remodeling Design and Development Process.” For scheduling convenience, there will be two separate sessions, both covering the same content. The first session will begin at 1:00 PM EDT and the second at 7:00 PM EDT. The webinar will last approximately 90 minutes, including a question and answer session at the end.

This free webinar’s objective is to illustrate the Design Build Pros approach to residential remodeling project design and development. Tips and strategies that pave the way for a pleasant remodeling experience will be offered for both homeowners and remodelers. Continue reading

Take Your Child to Work Day–Remodeling Field Trip!

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Monday, 4/23/12, at about 5:30 PM Connor, my oldest son, asks me to take him to work with him for “Take Your Child to Work Day”. “Sure”, I tell him, “What day is it?” “Thursday”, is his reply. THURSDAY? How am I going to possibly make Thursday work? “Sure Connor, I’ll take you.” “OK, but are we going to sit in front of you computer all day? That’s kind of boring.” That, coming from the kid who could glue himself to a DS, but the thought of watching me design makes school look like the better option.
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Kitchen Designs – with an open floor plan

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When it is time for a new kitchen the requests have a common theme: bigger, open, island, and more everything. The Design Build Pros team meets many homeowners seeking to remodel their kitchen seem to have one, unified voice: “We want a larger kitchen, with an open floor plan, dine-at island, more cabinets, more counter space, more storage…more, more, more.” Design-wise, all can be incorporated, but extra home space is required. No one is surprised to hear that kitchens are the most expensive rooms to remodel. Now more space means new space as in an addition. Doubling the space of a kitchen with an addition undoubtedly doubles the cost of the project. After calculating all the items required to fully complete, the homeowner investment most likely well exceed $100,000 for a 200+ square foot kitchen and addition project. Continue reading

Remodeling Runs in the Parsons Family

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BY JASON PARSONS OF DESIGN BUILD PROS REPRINTED FROM THE DAILY5REMODEL

My brother Neil, 15 years my senior, has raised me since I was 10 years old. At the time, he was the owner of a small general contracting company, Parsons Construction. During the summer, I went to work with him as a form of “babysitting.” That first summer, he had the cleanest truck and jobsites in town. I started to take an interest in the work soon after. Continue reading