Category Archives: Jason Parsons

Kitchen Remodel in Monmouth County with Cherry Cabinets

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The homeowners of this 1950's ranch style home in Little Silver, New Jersey wanted and needed a new kitchen. The existing floor plan created a few design challenges. A professional design build remodeling approach uncovered some unique possibilities. Continue reading

Transform a Remodeling Nightmare into a Dream Home

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Is your house scary, not just for Halloween, but all year long? The house pictured at the right, not a DBP client, is a famous fun-scary house from television. Can you name the fictional family that lived there and the address? Continue reading

Fire Damaged Home To Be Rebuilt As New Home in Monmouth County

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Sadly, a West Keansburg home was destroyed by fire. Fortunately the family of three, Mother and two grown children, survived. Fire fighters from six towns responded as well as the Hazet First Aid and Rescue Squad and the Hazlet Police. A special "thank you" goes out to all the first responders. The cause of the fire was determined to be a second floor lamp. This family was not new to tragedy having lost their father/husband a little more than a year previous. Continue reading

Hall Bathroom Makeover Remodel in Randolph, New Jersey

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New owners of this 45 year old home in Morris County wanted to have some work completed before they moved in. On that list was the original hall bathroom. It was outdated, in disrepair, and there were indications of rotted wood in the outer wall and floor. The project is a direct replacement, hall bathroom makeover project. The existing bathroom was gutted to the studs. Rotted wood was replaced and the outer wall was insulated. The new fixtures were placed in the same locations as the previous. The product selections were modest, yet stylish. Continue reading

Bedroom Suite Add-A-Level Addition in Somerset County

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This family needed an in-law suite for their colonial style home in Hillsborough, New Jersey. The space over the garage was a perfect location for the bedroom suite. The project included a large bedroom with a sitting area, two closets, and a roomy, three-fixture bathroom. The new space has access from the existing hall and stairwell plus a rear entrance from the first floor deck below. Continue reading

Kitchen Remodeling Design to Dine and Party!

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If you buy a new bicycle you take it for a ride. When you buy a new baseball glove you break it in having a catch. Well, then it makes sense that if you have your kitchen remodeled you christen it with a neighborhood cocktail party! That is exactly what happened at Sue and Scott's home in North Plainfield, New Jersey. The Design Build Planners designed and developed kitchen and bathroom remodeling plans for their 1960's ranch style home in Somerset County. ProSkill Construction, a DBP Preferred Remodeler, performed the renovation expertly according to the designs. Continue reading

Front Entry Portico Overhang

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With regard to remodeling and homes, the first impression is usually attributed to the front entry door. As an extension of the door, a lasting impression can also be made by outside are around the door. A common project request homeowner request to the Design Build Planners is a portico overhang. Whether that request is a single remodeling project or a component of a larger design build remodeling project, a front entry portico can dramatically enhance the curb appeal of home. Continue reading

Contemporary Bathroom Remodel at the New Jersey Shore

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The Monmouth County homeowners wanted the 1980’s master bathroom converted into a brighter, trendier four-fixture bathroom with a large comfortable shower, private water closet, and an upscale double vanity. The bathroom remodel was a part of other renovations including the reconfiguration of the master bedroom and walk-in closet. The redefined space allocated for the new master bathroom was one third less than the original. Continue reading

Master Bathroom Remodel with Redesign and Hall Bathroom Makeover

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These clients had just purchased a 1960’s center hall colonial on a quiet cul-de-sac in Morris County, NJ.  While the overall layout of the home, wooded property, and quiet street were what they were looking for, the master bath area did not suit their needs. Continue reading

Renovation and Kitchen Upgrade Following Superstorm Sandy at the New Jersey Shore

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before renovation work (3)This 100+ year old Shore Colonial home located in Long Branch, New Jersey was flooded during Super Storm Sandy. Job one was the tear out of the ruined material followed by the drying and spraying of anti-fungals. Next, the basic renovation needed to get the home back to habitable. This work included new hardwood floors, electrical wiring, insulation, drywall, moldings, plus heating and air conditioning units with vent ducts. Continue reading