Kitchens come in different shapes, but the space’s efficiency depends on one: the work triangle. It conveniently connects a kitchen’s three main areas: the refrigerator, the sink and the range. Although this design concept was developed in the 40s when kitchens were smaller and appliances were bigger, it remains relevant today.
At PJ Sullivan Construction, we can help you achieve long-lasting beauty for your home with James Hardie’s ColorPlus® Technology. In this post, we discuss why this siding is the best choice if you want to improve your home’s curb appeal. Whether you’re replacing your old siding or expanding your home with a kitchen remodeling project, this information may offer some much-needed insights.
Replacing your current roof can be an exciting time. Apart from the added protection and improved comfort, like a fresh coat of paint, a new roofing system can dramatically change your home’s look. When choosing a new roof, it’s important to remember that it’s a large part of your exterior, which means it should match the rest of your home.
You’ll be surprised to learn that at one point, it was fashionable for upstate landowners to create their own ruined structures in their backyards. From crumbling ramparts to vestiges of castle walls, these “ruined” backyards have a storied history and are a landscaping trend noted as one of the more unorthodox but strangely appealing design trends to have been invented.
When it comes to kitchen remodeling, space has always been a recurring issue. Of all the rooms in the house, it’s easily the most crowded and stuffy, even if the original floor area is relatively wide. That said, the kitchen is actually the easiest part of the house to make look larger, wihtout actually extending the floor space.