Remodelers Corner - Nov/Dec 2011

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Written by Carolyn Baker Meyer

RWMhome 4627copyFor years, Dave Handley had been dreaming about adding more space to the breakfast nook in the kitchen. Dave and his wife, Chris, attended many area home shows to look at the work of area builders and remodelers before they settled on Tom Gommels and Master Builders, Inc.

    “When we met with Tom, he was so personable and easy to talk to, and he had some ideas that we really liked,” said Chris.


0016Most home gardeners have dreamt of a picture-perfect landscape with flowers bursting with color from spring until fall. This year, turn that dream into a reality by planning and planting perennial flowering plants.

    Perennials are those lovelies that bloom year after year and usually propagate themselves, allowing you to expand your garden at no extra cost. They are available in an incredible array of colors, textures and heights—not only flowers but foliage and bushes.



Remodeler's Corner - Sep/Oct '11

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Written by Nicole L. Czarnomski

0019Not one, not two, but three renovations have modernized Ron and Sheryl Peterson’s 1960’s ranch style home in Southwest Rochester.

    When they purchased the home eight years ago, an inspector advised the couple to replace the old flat roof on the porch with a new sloped roof. They agreed, and some time later they updated not only the porch, but the bathroom and front entry.



Affordable Custom Homes

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0013If you thought you couldn’t afford a custom home, Fieldstone Family Homes wants the opportunity to change your mind.

    Brothers Trent and Troy Johnson along with Bryan Wolfe started the business in 2008 after working in the construction industry with their father who was a builder. Based in Lakeville, Minn., their goal is combining the best service with value.



Remodeler's Corner

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Written by Gina Depuydt

remodelerpsdDo you ever find your kitchen cabinets lacking? Before you grab a sledge hammer mallet and begin demolition like homeowners Ray Samson and Kimberly Jungas-Samson did, decide on a design.

    “I worked in construction for 10 years,” Ray explained. “After we spent time looking over four different concepts, we brought samples of the wood and tiles home to try them in our kitchen.” Visualizing what you hope to accomplish is key.


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