Remodeling the Model, Jake Schloegel featured in Kansas City Business Journal

Jake Schloegel redesigned his own business model to better serve his clients in a down economy. New products, new services help redefine his business.

More Remodeling Fun from the Past: 1950s Design vs Now

We are having fun with the remodeling and decorating book from 1954!!

In this blog we are showing two “cellar” remodels that were high style in 1954 and one that Schloegel Design Remodel completed in 2010.

Do you think things have changed much?

NAHB’s 5 tips to a successful home remodel

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.

Welcome to our blog!

We are thrilled to announce our innovative new online presence that will allow you to interact with us in brand new ways and also to keep abreast of the latest trends and developments.

Much more than just a new website or blog, our new online presence will provide easy and convenient new ways to stay informed, shop, learn and network.

SDR Helps Out NARI

NARI’s (National Association of the Remodeling Industry) Kansas City chapter just recently relocated to its new offices to 8015 Shawnee Mission Parkway.  Several Certified Lead Carpenters of SDR volunteered their time in the remodeling of the new office.

Choose the best countertop for you

(Editor's note: Welcome to our Design Matters category. Here, you will be able to read blog posts from our expert design staff as it shares the latest design trends, tips and resources. The following is a sample of what you can look forward to seeing more of in the future.

Leawood Rotary and the Urban Rangers

The Leawood Rotary club recently raised over $3500 in their annual Christmas Auction.  The money was evenly divided between Marillac School, www.marillac.org and the Urban Rangers, www.urckc.org, two very deserving organizations.  The photo shows the two auctioneers, Stu Sharp and Jake Schloegel, demonstrating one of the auction items.