How to Protect Your Home from a Fire

October 19th, 2015 | Comments (0)

October is National Fire Prevention Month, reminding all homeowners to look around their house and ensure no fire hazards have emerged over the last few months. Not only are the Wheeler Brothers your contractors of choice, but they’re also your local firemen. We’ve put together a few guidelines that will help prevent fires and protect […]

6 Tips for a Bathroom Remodel

June 8th, 2015 | Comments (0)

1. If you move the plumbing, you increase the time and cost of your project. Unless the change would make a huge difference, consider finding ways to live with the current layout and make it work for you. 2. Are you a shower or tub person? Is your future homeowner a shower or tub person? […]

A Baker’s Kitchen

July 28th, 2013 | Comments (0)

My Mom says that I started baking brownies when I was in Kindergarten because I knew she wasn’t going to do it.  I am the baker in the family and I envision my dream house as having the perfect baker’s kitchen.  If you’re anything like me, then you’ll appreciate this article from Houzz.  Which one […]

Where to Put the Toilet

July 27th, 2013 | Comments (0)

I saw a picture on Facebook recently of my cousin’s Dad’s house.  Specifically the bathroom.  In the picture it showed a bathroom entirely mirrored.  Every single wall was a mirror.  Including the walls behind and surrounding the toilet.  But one of the best parts of the picture for me was the toilet positioned cattycorner.  Tucked […]

Fancy Faucets

July 27th, 2013 | Comments (0)

We love our gadgets here and one of our favorites are the touch faucets.  To read more about them, check out this great article from Houzz.   Just a Touch: Faucets Without the Fuss Architects, interior designers, and more ∨ Home improvement can start with something as minor as installing track lighting or unique ceiling […]

Cabinet Spotlight: Sonoma-Lyptus-Poppyseed-Low Sheen

July 6th, 2013 | Comments (0)

Each month Dura Supreme features a door style and finish.  July’s spotlight is Sonoma-Lyptus-Poppyseed-Low Sheen. The Sonoma door style is a cousin to our Napa Panel door, the difference being the horizontal grain center panel.  Available in Lyptus and Quartersawn Oak, the horizontal veneer center panel plays beautifully off of the horizontal center panel of […]

Red in a Bathroom

June 8th, 2013 | Comments (0)

Wondering if red is the right color for your bathroom? This article from Houzz explains how red is a flattering color for all skin tones. Bathed in Color: When to Use Red in the Bath Kitchen ideas, bathroom ideas, and more ∨ Browse thousands of bathroom designs and hire a top bathroom remodeler in your […]

Your Guide to Choosing Kitchen Cabinets

June 8th, 2013 | Comments (0)

Having trouble deciding which look is best for you and your style?  We love this article from Houzz with different guides on finding the right cabinets and accessories for your home! Your Guide to Choosing Kitchen Cabinets Remodeling, decorating, and more ∨ Hire a top interior designer, residential architect or local general contractor for your […]

Dura Supreme Spotlight: Hawthorne-Cherry-Caraway/Charcoal Glaze

June 8th, 2013 | Comments (0)

Each month Dura Supreme features a door style and finish.  June’s spotlight is Hawthorne-Cherry-Caraway/Charcoal Glaze. The Hawthorne door style is an update on the traditional, classic raised panel door.  With the wider rails and stiles and the more subtle center panel, the Hawthorne door is the perfect style for today’s cleaner traditional looks.   The Caraway […]

Yellow in the Bathroom

June 1st, 2013 | Comments (0)

From pale, soft buttery yellows to bold, zingy citrus hues, yellow is a happy color that can bring energy and warmth into a space. It’s an especially smart color choice for those who live in cold climates or where sunshine is in short supply — you can fake it with a hot, sunny hue on […]

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