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4 Tips to Consider Before You Remodel Your Old Kitchen

By H&H Construction Team / June 4, 2019

Cutting costs is key. Remodeling old kitchens is a big deal – not something to rush into. After all, the kitchen is the heart of your home, and getting the remodel wrong can off-set any other home renovations you have planned. So take a moment to sit and read through our list of things you…

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The Ultimate Kitchen Remodel Guide

By H&H Construction Team / May 20, 2019

Remember – functionality + personality = a great kitchen! Kitchen renovations remain one of the most popular remodeling projects across the globe. This is largely due to the fact that kitchens are (usually) high traffic rooms – although this wasn’t always the case. As times have changed, people have shifted from seeing the kitchen as…

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Heart of the Home: Remodeling Your Kitchen

By H&H Construction Team / May 9, 2019

They say the fastest way to someone’s heart is through their stomach. Eating is about more than just sustenance; cooking is a way to show people you care. Meals shared with family and friends often become the most treasured memories. From late-night conversations over glasses of wine to perfecting masterful creations, the kitchen is a…

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Remodel Your Bathroom, Remodel Your Day

By H&H Construction Team / April 24, 2019

Why remodel your bathroom? If it works just fine, and you’re not trying to impress potential buyers of the house, what’s the point of fixing something that isn’t broken? The bathroom is more than just mirrors and running water. It is your most private, personal space. Its purpose is serve to soothe both your mind…

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4 Examples of Modern Design in Texas Homes

By H&H Construction Team / April 1, 2019

Modernism isn’t actually all that modern, it dates back to the end of the 19th century. Influenced by German Bauhaus and Scandinavian designs, the style focuses on minimalism, balance and straight lines. Texas adopted the style in the 1920s, creating its own approach: Texas Modernism. Sustainability and Adaptability Modern design often features wood and earthy…

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