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.
We always love to see what Kohler introduces each year at the product launch at KBIS (Kitchen & Bath Industry Show). This year, they introduced a very modern faucet collection called the “Stance” collection. Wow! We can’t wait to use it!
Schloegel Design Remodel has hired Charlie Schloegel, son of company founder, Jake Schloegel, to head up a relatively new and growing venture within the Schloegel family of companies.
Charlie will manage the Handyman Services division (Schloegel Property Solutions), which provides professional home repairs and maintenance.
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.
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.
Q. A light bulb in our kitchen blew out and shattered above the sink. I want to remove the base and replace the bulb, but I’m a bit nervous. A friend said that happened at his house, and he used a piece of fruit to remove it. Any pointers?
A. Turn off the power to the light fixture at the circuit breaker.
On March 31st, we will be having three teams redesign the same bathroom and competing for bragging rights. We’ll judge all three designs and announce the winner at an America Idol-like event to be held at our showroom on March 31st. Check back for photos!
The table's cut-off end has not been presented to Sally for final stain selection. Tony, the painter, should have the counter stained and finished mid next week.
We think it is important to understand the choice you are making when selecting the finish that you will use should you decide on a wood or butcher block counter top
Finishing practices for wood furniture and cabinetry, although very durable, are not considered food safe.
We just finished a great project with our client, Michelle Cour, and she was so pleased with her renovations that she treated the team to lunch at the 75th St. Brewery! Debby, Brad, Megan, Jake, Tom and Michelle had a delicious lunch and shared funny remodeling stories.
This is a photo of our lead carpenter, Ted Kincaid, working on installing a tile floor in one of our bathroom remodels.
This complete, custom bathroom remodel was completed in 6 days in an 80+-year-old house. This is the second One-Week Bath bathroom we have completed for this homeowner.