Doing our part

Employees here at Schloegel all contribute more than just the work they do in the office or out in the field. We really value philanthropy and community involvement, and here's a great example of how we do that. Designer Gayle Jagoda has a few words about some volunteer work she's recently started:

Last Thursday I started my volunteer work at Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City.

Count on these new Sub-zero columns

Here's a message from one of our Designers, Megan, about a new product from Sub-zero.

I visited Roth Distributing yesterday to take a look at the new Sub-zero columns that have just been introduced to their integrated refrigeration lineup. Currently, they are only available in a 27” width but will most likely be introducing additional sizes soon.

And the crown goes to…

"Runnin' crown" is a term used by carpenters when they are installing a head mold of some type on top of cabinets or in any room. There are several type of ceiling-to-wall moldings one can use; crown, cove, bed, picture and flat moldings to name a few.

Vote in our poll!

Home renovation season is well underway, and if you haven’t voted in our poll about remodeling, now’s the time!

We’d love to hear more from our readers, so please put your vote in! We’ll announce the results and post a new poll soon.

Also, if there’s a poll question you’d like us to post, please let us know!

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Call SDR For Your Window Replacement And Repair!

Did you know that we do window replacement and window repair work? Well, we do!

In this photo, Henry Ramirez, who has been a lead carpenter at SDR for over 18 years, was captured on film as he replaced rotten trim around a 20-something year old window unit.

Lower Level Living

Back in April, we did a post entitled Wood Work in which one of our Lead Carpenters, Gabe Chiu, was shown working on a current remodel project. We are pleased to let you know that the project is done and the bar area is complete!

You can see how the beams that Gabe was working on are incorporated into the final space.

Regretting your design? Consider remodeling.

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.

Lower Level Living Part 2

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.