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The 5 Best Renovations For Your Rental Property

Author: Emila Smith Sooner or later, every rental property will require some renovation work. Not only do tenants add to the wear and tear of the home, but attracting new ones and achieving top-dollar rental rates requires maintaining and improving the property. The most important thing to consider when renovating an investment property is how you can best make every dollar count when it comes to improving your return on investment (ROI). The renovation options...

Front Yard Landscaping: Tips to Transform Your Home’s Exterior

By: Emila Smith In modern day, the purpose of a front yard is to make the best first impression on your neighbours, family and friends. For this, front yard landscaping is important. It’s the ideal way to amaze your neighbours and pique their curiosity. It’s enough to make them want to know more about your home. If you want to impress your neighbours and friends to draw attention from the moment they set eyes on...

Kitchen Layout 101: Understanding the Kitchen Work Triangle

By: Emila Smith Designing the ultimate layout of a new or remodeled kitchen takes a lot of consideration. Kitchens have long been considered the heart of the home, but these days, they serve far more functions than eating and socializing alone.  That said, their primary function is usually that of food preparation and cooking, and there is a long-standing layout theory that can help you with the most efficient design. The kitchen work triangle theory...

7 Tips and Trends for Remodeling your Denver Residence

August 2nd, 2021 by Emila Smith Remodeling your home or a new property can be a very daunting task. Although it's usually a daunting task, remodeling your home can also increase the value of your property. Even more so if you’re trying to turn a profit in a hot property market like Denver. Whether you’re remodeling to fit your ideal property or you are hoping to turn a more significant profit, here are seven great tips...

Making A Case for the Mudroom

For families that live in modern cookie cutter developments, it's not uncommon to find a mudroom absent from their home's design, an often long-forgotten tribute to a bygone era. But where did the mudroom go and should we expect to see it resurface in the years to come? As the saying goes, "desperation breeds innovation." And in a world where pandemics are the new "normal," we often find ourselves wondering how to ease the stress...

How to Build the Outdoor Kitchen of Your Dreams

April 12, 2021 by Lexi Klinkenberg An outdoor kitchen can be a major benefit to any home, making it possible to hold barbecues, pool parties, and picnics without having to cook indoors and miss all the fun. The right outdoor kitchen can increase property values and boost satisfaction with added outdoor living space.  However, all outdoor kitchens aren’t made the same, and the wrong kitchen for your space can compromise your summer plans. Before charging ahead with building an outdoor...

Old House Trends You Want To Bring Back

“Two things get better with age; old wine and old houses.” The world keeps evolving, and innovations are happening every day. Sometimes, we crave to bring back old experiences. New things are not always better than old ones. After trying out some modern trends, you start missing the old ones when the excitement wears off. That is precisely how one would feel about homes. There are functional features of old homes that are no longer...

Our Favorite Deck Trends from CDX

You might think early spring is the best time to build a deck, but there’s really no time like the present. As the weather warms up and more people start thinking about how they are going to spend their time outdoors, the demand for deck builders continues to grow. Believe it or not, we are already selling out well into the warmer season and starting to turn the corner into fall. This week we had...

A Down and Dirty Q & A on WELL

Why do we need a standard? Although the WELL standard doesn't have a certification standard for single-family residential spaces, we use the framework to craft homes centered on human wellness, not simply energy efficiency. Our homes have a significant impact on overall wellness. Everything from the air you breathe and the water you drink, to lighting systems and the materials you use to renovate your home play an active role in achieving wellness. Actively pursuing,...

To Do It Yourself or Not? A Vigeo Client’s Experience With A DIY Project

Author:  Stephanie Tinsley Fitzwilliam I met the Vigeo crew last year when they agreed to finish my garage and do some improvements to our HVAC room and crawlspace after we moved in. That went so well we had them gut, design and remodel our basement bathroom. We liked them so much and they did such a great job we knew that they were our go-to for anything else we’d have done on our house. So...