Home Remodeling Contractors Shakopee MN

Local resource for home remodeling contractors in Shakopee. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to home remodeling, as well as advice and content on what styles of home are in season and how to achieve these new home looks at affordable costs.

Twin Cities Siding Professionals
664 Transfer Rd, Suite 22a
St. Paul, MN
Specialty Contractor, Remodeler
2010 Guildmaster with Highest Distinction
Membership Organizations
Better Business Bureau, Builders Association of Minnesota, Certified Contractors Network (CCN), EnergyStar, Inagural Member James Hardie National Advisory Council, James Hardie Gold Level Replacement Contractor, Minnesota Safety Council, National Association of Home Builders, National Association of the Remodeling Industry, The National Federation of Independent Business

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Minnesota Valley Garden Center
(952) 445-9160
3232 150th Street West
Shakopee, MN
Pond Simplicity
(952) 445-5110
1160 Vierling Drive Suite 223
Shakopee, MN
Great Outdoors Lawn & Landscape
(952) 233-3476
1447 Chateau Avenue
Shakopee, MN
Craig Hallett
C&N Home Inspections LLC
1035 Van Buren St.
Shakopee, MN
Lano Equipment Inc.
(952) 445-6310
3021 West 133rd St.
Shakopee, MN
Minnesota Green Landscaping
(952) 496-3105
1785 County Road 42 East
Shakopee, MN
BNR Services
(952) 445-0259
773 Lupine Court
Shakopee, MN
Minnesota Valley Landscape
(952) 445-4004
14505 Johnson Memorial Drive
Shakopee, MN
Bryan Rock Products Inc - Main Office
(952) 445-3900
13060 Dem Con Drive
Shakopee, MN
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Kitchen Remodel on a Budget

Let's face it, the kitchen is where we spend a huge amount of our time each day. We either cook, eat with the family, even do homework in the kitchen. Kitchen decor is important whether you're a professional chef or a microwave commando.

Remodeling a kitchen can be costly and time consuming. For those of us who don't have the money for a complete overhaul, why not follow a few tips to help you make the most of your kitchen decor on any budget.

Paint: It cannot be said enough, paint is the best bang for your buck when it comes to remodeling or updating any decor in your house. You can opt for neutrals, bright and bold colors or faux painting techniques. One tip, high gloss works best for the kitchen. Not only can you re-paint your walls, you can re-paint unsightly cabinets as well.

Lighting: Try adding under cabinet lights to highlight your counters. Change out your fixtures for a big impact without breaking the bank.

Rugs: Add a large rug if you can't afford to redo an outdated linoleum flooring. You can create your own rug by painting on canvas and sealing with a high gloss sealer.

Hardware: Try changing out your door handles and pulls. You'll be amazed at the impact that the change will have.

Molding: If your cabinets are on the plain side, try sprucing them up with molding trim or add crown molding to your ceilings to create more interest.

While we would all love to be able to remodel certain rooms in our house, som...

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