At Woods Home Improvements, we believe that a great finished interior paint project requires the best paint available. Sherwin-Williams is one of the top paint brands we carry and use. Besides the brand, color is the #1 choice you need to make when designing the perfect room. Check out the Paint Visualizer below. Just load a photo of your room and start applying different colors to get an idea of how they will look in your finished room. Still having difficulty? If you choose us for your project, we can send a designer to assist you. It doesn’t get much easier than that!
Woods Home Improvements remodeling efforts will be featured on an upcoming November 18th, 2014 episode of HGTVs House Hunters. This episode is titled:
Two Sisters Disagree on Modern vs. Vintage in Chicago
We remodeled the vintage brownstone in Lincoln Square. The finished results were great. We’re looking forward to what the prospective homeowners have to say. We’ll be watching for the first time with you!
Because there are so many different tradespeople involved in kitchen and bathroom renovations, these projects are really complex. As opposed to hiring each individual trade, i.e. plumber, electrician, carpenter, people often choose to contract with one general contractor. who can coordinate the entire project. The project’s individual requirements will determine the time involved and the price you will be charged. Moving walls or removing old tile will take more time and labor hours. Keep these things in mind when thinking about your project.
We thought we’d share a fun article from Cabin Life Magazine. Summer is just around the corner (if you live in the midwest you might doubt that) and our thoughts turn to the lazy, peaceful days of summer. The article “Cabin Update Fever” outlines four projects that we at Woods Home Improvements love to do. The cabin setting, though, evokes the very spirit of lovely summer days. Click on the link and enjoy!
*INSTALLING NEW FLOORS
*ADD A ROOM
*A BETTER KITCHEN
*DECKED OUT (brand new installed deck)
Cabin Update Fever – Cabin Life Magazine