August 2011 Newsletter

At Remodeling Innovations Group we specialize in Bath and Kitchen remodeling.

Our showroom is open by appointment. Let us help make your house a home.

Call us for your remodeling needs. We want to make your vision a reality. 




 Matt's Kitchen Tips:

  • When it comes to selecting cabinet doors for your kitchen remodeling project, the sheer variety of choices can be overwhelming. The first step is envisioning the overall style of kitchen you would like. If you are going for a more elaborate or old-fashioned style kitchen you will want very different cabinets than if you prefer a minimalist, contemporary look.
  • When it comes to creating a sense of space in your kitchen, less is definitely more. Uncluttered floor space and open countertops help to make a kitchen feel bigger no matter what its size actually is
  • At a party everyone inevitably congregates in the kitchen. After all, that's the center of the action, the place to chat with your host, and the source of food and drinks. If you throw a lot of parties, it pays to plan your kitchen renovation with entertaining in mind. A well-designed and organized kitchen will make your next party a snap to plan
  • A butler's pantry may sound like a relic from a bygone era, but it can make a useful addition to your home, particularly if you do a lot of entertaining. Traditionally a butler's pantry was a short hallway in between the kitchen and dining room, although it can be located anywhere in or near the kitchen. If you plan to add a butler's pantry as part of your kitchen renovation, consider how you will use the space so you know what features to include. Today's butler's pantries serve a variety of functions
  • Today the kitchen is the hub of activity for your family. Not only do you prepare, eat, and clean up meals there, but you probably spend a lot of time doing homework, hanging out, and reading the newspaper there, too. No wonder it gets so cluttered! Whether you are renovating or simply reorganizing, your kitchen design should accommodate your family's needs.
  • If you are planning a kitchen remodel, remember that there are three areas of the kitchen people use the most. You travel between the sink, stove, and refrigerator on a constant basis. For this reason, kitchen designers label the space between these three locations the work triangle, with each work area forming a point in the triangle
  • You'll realize how essential your kitchen was to your daily life when you're doing without it during a kitchen remodel. Yes, you may be eating out more, but that can get expensive (remember, you're also paying for the renovations!) and inconvenient. You still need a place to store and prepare food
  • It used to be that backsplashes were an afterthought in kitchen design. They were simply a patch of tiles behind the cooktop or sink to protect the wall from water and grease. Today, however, backsplashes are an important design element. Many homeowners who are remodeling their kitchens use the backsplash as a decorative focal point for the whole room.







 This is just one example of "A Bath In A Day".  Before and After. This is a 

 great option if you need your bathroom to be remodeled in a short period of time.



                         Pineapple Pretzel Fluff



1 1/2 cups coarsely crushed pretzels
1/2 cup butter melted
1 cup sugar, divided
1 package (8 oz) cream cheese, softened
1 can (20 oz) crushed pineapple, drained
1 tub (12 oz) whipped topping (cool whip), thawed
In a small bowl, combine pretzels, butter and 1/2 cup sugar.
Press into a 13 x 9 baking pan. Bake at 400 degrees for 7 minutes.

Meanwhile, in a large bowl, beat cream cheese and remaining sugar until creamy.
Fold in pineapple and whipped topping: chill until serving.
Break pretzel mixture into small pieces. Stir in pretzels right before serving.
Makes about 6-8 servings.

August special: Due to overwhelming response

we will be offering A FREE Devonshire chrome

shower head & faucet trim with a new shower

system signed contract.