Schloegel Design Remodel won the American Business Ethics Award from the Society of Financial Service Professionals.
We recently completed a lower level remodel in conjunction with Design Connection, Inc. This media room looks so inviting! What a great place to view a favorite movie or sporting event! (I’ll take extra butter!)
We are really excited to be starting a project in historical Hyde Park. This wonderful duplex was built in 1921, and still posses many of the beautiful, unique qualities found in buildings built during that era. The generous moldings, doors and trim are original.
One of Schloegel Design Remodel's best practices is to donate as much material from a job site as possible. Habitat for Humanity's ReStore is the perfect partner for this practice. We donate cabinetry, lighting, fixtures, countertops . . . anything we can from each job.
The Goal: To finish a second round of updates to this 1970s Tudor-style home, including a game room and master suite.
The Challenge: Removing original walls for the extensive structural framing required for the project.
This photo is of a house Schloegel Design Remodel recently remodeled. We converted the attic space on the left side into a bedroom with a full bathroom. Notice the snow on the roof that is still present. The right side of the roof, which covers finished space as well, is free of snow.
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The National Association of Home Builders released their 5 tips to a successful home remodel yesterday. It reminds us that Spring is a big time for remodeling, and planning is in full effect. You may even be contemplating a home or room redesign right now.
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There are a million different reasons to redesign a space. We recently read a blog that reminded us of one of the most common reasons: functionality. Does a wall in your home just not make sense to you? Or maybe a closet could be better placed somewhere else to open up a room.