Jake Schloegel and Brad Scott had the privilege of touring the brand new Kansas City Mormon Temple on April 9th. They were hosted by DeWayne and Rebecca Andersen, parents of Samuel and Daniel, our Big Splash Custom Bath makeover recipients. The Temple is available for tours through Saturday, April 28th.
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!)
Our clients remodel their lower levels for various reasons, whether it’s to create an in-home bowling alley, a walk-in cellar or just some extra cozy space for their family. In a previous post we showed you a basement transformation in which the homeowners came to Schloegel Design Remodel because they needed more space to spend time together as a family.
We recently completed a remodel, part of which included updating the main staircase of our clients’ home.
This update included new oak treads and risers, new carpet runner, wrought iron spindles and paint. The change in this home is so dramatic that it seems difficult to believe that it is actually the same house we originally walked into.
We began working on the historical Hyde Park renovation a few weeks ago. Since the building was erected in 1921, we followed safe lead practices as required by the EPA which included the isolation of the entire building, removal and proper disposal of all debris.
Do you have a kitchen or bath that’s absolutely scary? If so, be sure to enter your kitchen or bath into our Scariest Kitchen & Bath Contest taking place on Wednesday, October 27, 2010 at 7:00 p.m. at the Schloegel Design Remodel showroom.
By entering your kitchen or bath into the contest you will get a chance to win a $250 VISA gift card! Submit your scariest kitchen or bath photo by October 25th by e-mail to [email protected]
The Hyde Park duplex we are working on has beautiful and historically significant fireplaces. We researched these fireplaces when we remodeled the neighboring duplex last year and were excited to discover that they are actually finished with tiles created by Ernest Batchelder.
Schloegel Design Remodel recently participated in the Community Connections Program of the United States Agency for International Development and World Learning, in which we hosted 10 visitors from Serbia. The Community Connections Program is administered locally by the International Visitors Council of Greater Kansas City (KCIVC).
The goal of the KCIVC is to promote citizen diplomacy by person-to-person contacts to help shape United States foreign relations, which is why the ten participants stayed in the homes of local community citizens for 22 nights.
Jake Schloegel redesigned his own business model to better serve his clients in a down economy. New products, new services help redefine his business.
Recently, certified remodeler Debby Allmon was featured in the Handyman section of the Kansas City Star. In the article, Debby addresses a reader’s question on the best types of paint to use to paint ceramic tile. Take a look at the reader’s question.