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Newswatch Article
April 15, 2015

Lifestyle changes propel remodeling activity

By Michael J.Berens

Remodeling and renovation activity continues to lead the residential building sector, as the market for new home construction struggles to gain momentum. Some of this activity can be attributed to homeowners making needed repairs and upgrades to increase the value of their home for resale.Tile-Job

As several recent surveys show, however, much of it stems from homeowners who plan to stay in their current homes for some years to come. They are ready to invest in modifying their homes to accommodate current or anticipated lifestyle changes.

The latest AIA Home Design Trends Survey confirms what surveys from Houzz and The Demand Institute also found, that kitchens and baths are the areas homeowners are most willing to invest in. But it offers some additional insights into what is motivating them to make these changes now.

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Angie's List
Service Award

Renovations, Your Complete Remodel Resource Earns Esteemed 2014 Angie’s List Super Service Award

Award reflects company’s consistently high level of customer service

Renovations has earned the service industry’s coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award, reflecting an exemplary year of service provided to our clients and consumer review site in 2014.

Service is integral with our core values. At Renovations each of us are very proud of the work we do every day. Receiving this award reaffirms our core values and our commitment to them.

“Only about 5 percent of the remodeling companies in northern Arizona have performed so consistently well enough to earn our Super Service Award,” said Angie’s List Founder Angie Hicks. “It’s a really high standard.”
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Arizona Republic
Rosie on the House
Feb. 15, 2014

What Will You Remodel First? The Kitchen or the Bath?

By Rosie Romero                                                                          
Special to The Arizona Republic

OK, yesterday was Valentine’s Day; maybe you bought your husband, wife or best friend something special like golf clubs or jewelry. But maybe you promised them that this year you would have the bathroom or kitchen remodeled.

If you did, you’re not alone because remodelers tell us that after doing almost nothing to renovate their homes since 2008, homeowners feel good enough about their finances to start remodeling.

The only problem is that you have let it go so long that everything needs a facelift. The kitchen looks worn and outdated from top to bottom, and so does the bathroom. So what to do first? And how much or how little can you spend? Read more......

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