Creating luxury, personal retreat bathrooms aren’t the only reason for remodeling this highly used space. Sometimes a bit of compassionate thought about the spaces we use regularly is needed to help people live a dignified life. There’s no more important space for personal care than the bathroom, and we here to help transform the typical and mundane into a highly functional and safe experience for all.
With so many countertop choices available in Colorado Springs, homeowners can face analysis paralysis when choosing the best material for their kitchen remodel. The good news is that there’s virtually no right or wrong answer; your choice should best suit you and how you intend on using your countertops. There are a few things to keep in mind: aesthetics, durability, and affordability. You should like the way your countertops look, if you’re an aspiring gourmet chef you may demand a little more out of them, and all countertops should fit within your budget.
The hunt for a reputable general contractor can seem daunting and time consuming. With the Colorado Springs area expanding rapidly, the need for quality craftsmen and professional service is in high demand. Sorting premier agencies from that of an aspiring handyman has never been easier with the help of the Gazette’s Best of the Springs. This annual award is bestowed by the community, real people who live in and around Colorado Springs, all voting on the best businesses–and Alpine Contracting has won their category multiple years running.
In the past, you had one choice: wood. Then you had to decide on which species of wood. Now, there’s a wide variety of composites, synthetics, treatments, species, and even aluminum. In this article, we’ll discuss the differences and what we believe is best suited to withstand Colorado weather.
Colorado Springs is notorious for its fluctuating weather. It seems the cold air can come as early as September, or we find ourselves in t-shirts puttering around our yards in January. Parts of El Paso County edge into the 100s during the summer, and we’ll drop to -20 degrees during a polar vortex around Christmas. No matter what Mother Nature has in store for us, Monument and Woodland Park can count on getting their first snow before Halloween. That’s why it’s incredibly important that you pay attention to the changing seasons–and properly winterize your sprinkling system before a cold snap destroys it.