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Are you interested in remodeling your home by building an add a level in Bergen County New Jersey. If you own a ranch, cape cod or even a split level, it is very common as a NJ Home Improvement Contractor to remove the existing roof and build an entirely new floor above. Specializing in add a levels and NJ Home Additions, Pangione Developers Inc., a NJ Home Improvement Contractor has built raised levels all throughout Bergen County NJ.

What are the benefits of building an Add A Level? Well as a NJ Home Improvement Contractor, we have found that homeowners wanting to originally move can’t get the asking price that they anticipated. So they remove their home from the marketplace and then start the process of deciding what can be done with their home to increase the foot print and living area.

Building an add a level home improvement is usually one of the most popular choices selected by homeowners. Your NJ Home Improvement Contractor will remove the roof of your home and then begin the process of building a new floor layout. The main focus is to relocate the bedrooms from the 1st floor and have them now situated into the new add a level. So now that the bedrooms are relocated to the add a level, the 1st floor can then be opened up and that living area will be created into an open floor plan.

Your new NJ add a level layout can have various different layouts but the most common would be 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom as well as a potential laundry. It is all dependant on your home’s existing square footage. If you have an attached garage, you can also gain the living area above the garage as well. If you are lucky enough to have a larger existing floor plan, you can option for a master bathroom along with a standard bathroom. Another option you may want to consider and has become very popular is a 2nd floor laundry. Most times located off the standard bath area, your new laundry location will be a welcomed option for all.

If you have any questions, contact Pangione Developers Inc, your NJ Home Improvement Contractor.

 

 

 

 

Master Bathroom Remodeling- NJ Home Improvement Contractor

Do you want to have your own master bathroom suite in your home located Bergen County New Jersey and you are looking to hire a NJ Home Improvement Contractor. One concern is where would you like to build your master bathroom suite. You may need to hire a NJ Home Improvement Contractor to build a home addition in order to accommodate the master bathroom. You may have an extra room alongside your existing master bedroom that would be beneficial for your new master bathroom layout and reconfiguration. Also, if you are planning a new home, you can simply layout a master bathroom into your architectural plans much easier.

The question is, what size master bathroom would be ideal for me? You may want to consult with your NJ Home Improvement Contractor. This is a rather hard question to answer but one major factor that dictates  the size of your master bathroom will be what size is the space you have to work with. As long as the space you have available is at least a minimum of 10’x10′ then you will be able to work within that area. Again this all depends on the homeowner’s needs.
Ask your NJ Home Improvement Contractor what fixtures make a master bathroom suite standout from a standard bathroom and give it more appeal. A double sink bathroom vanity for him and her is probably one of the most requested fixtures for a master bathroom. Also your master sink configuration will consist of a double sized vanity, GFI wall outlets and vanity lights as well. Many homeowners request, if your space allows it, plan on adding both a custom standing shower and a separate Jacuzzi. Usually the shower will be completely custom made from the shower base on up with a frameless shower door to enclose it. To further dress up your shower, install body sprays with separate volume control knobs to turn different body sprays on and off at different times. A steam unit can also be installed and with the press of a button, you will have a all the comforts that your shower can offer.

You may want your NJ Home Improvement Contractor to install a Jacuzzi in your master bathroom. The smallest size Jacuzzi you would want would be 5′ x3′. Your Jacuzzi can be installed with an apron or as a deck mounted version. The deck mount version is where your NJ Home Improvement Contractor will build a landing to support the Jacuzzi. A hole somewhere in the middle of the deck will be cut and the Jacuzzi will be lifted and then lowered into the hole. The landing would be tiled as well as any walls that are exposed. You NJ Home Improvement Contractor would need to create an access panel so that the motor and pumps could be worked on if needed.

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NJ Kitchen Remodeling Tips From Your NJ Home Improvement Contractor

If you are a homeowner or even a NJ Home Improvement Contractor looking for ideas that you can use for your Kitchen Remodeling project in Bergen County New Jersey. Kitchen remodeling can be the most expensive room in your home to remodel. Some people may remodel the entire kitchen and others may remodel a portion such as changing countertops and or appliances.

I’m here to tell you that you don’t have to rip apart your entire kitchen in order to make it look good. You feeling relieved yet? Well keep reading then. How about changing the color of your kitchen. You know that having your NJ Home Improvement Contractor apply a coat of paint can go a long way. Also, if you have the old style wood cabinets, you can resurface them as well with a coat of paint.

Do you have the old Formica countertops? Don’t you want to just toss them to the curb. Well now is your chance. Hire a marble fabrication contractor to remove the existing Formica countertops and install granite. Over the years, granite has actually come down in price so if you shop around, you may be able to find a NJ Home Improvement Contractor offering a great deal on granite countertops.

How are your appliances holding up. I bet you would like to trade them in for some new energy efficient stainless steel units. Changing the dishwasher , refrigerator, oven and microwave will really give your kitchen a new look. Pending your budget, you can even purchase today and pay a year later with some larger home appliance suppliers. Here’s another tip. Bring your old appliances down to your local scrap metal dealer and you could get up to $75 – $100 for those old metal units.

What kind of flooring is in your kitchen? Most old kitchens have linoleum. Usually they are 12″ x 12″ squares but other times the linoleum could have been installed in sheets. Have your NJ Home Improvement Contractor get rid of that linoleum and install ceramic, porcelain or even marble tile. Many times you don’t even have to remove the old linoleum. By installing a cement backer board above the linoleum with screws, you can apply the tile directly to the cement backer board. Tile up to the existing kitchen cabinets, apply the grout and there you have it, a new floor.

With these few tips, you can be sure your kitchen remodeling will be looking better in no time. If you have any questions, contact your NJ Home Improvement Contractor or click on the link below.

 

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If you are planning on installing a new kitchen in your Bergen County NJ Home and want to hire a NJ Home Improvement Contractor, here are a few tips to help you along the way.

There are homeowners that will hire a kitchen remodeling company to take care of the entire kitchen remodeling project. That NJ Kitchen contractor will remove the old kitchen, provide the homeowner with new cabinet and countertop samples. From beginning to end, the kitchen contractor will do all the legwork. At the same time, the NJ homeowner will be paying a large premium for this service. This service can be up to 40% above the actual cost of the job. You can save money on your kitchen remodeling project if you are willing to do some basic legwork.

Your NJ kitchen installation doesn’t have to cost you an arm and a leg. There are ways for you to install a new kitchen and not break the bank. Pending the style of cabinetry, you will first want to find out where your local cabinet suppliers are located. If you plan on hiring a NJ Home Improvement Contractor, you may want to ask them which NJ Kitchen cabinet supplier that they use. Many times you can automatically receive a contractors discount if you are working with NJ Home Improvement Contractors that are associated with certain suppliers.

If you really want to save some money with your kitchen remodeling and want to put in the legwork required, once you know the color of cabinetry that you want to purchase, make a sketch of your NJ Kitchen layout and then call local suppliers. Ask them if they can provide a bid on cabinetry for your kitchen design in a cabinetry that they supply that is with your color specs. Provide an email for them to respond and they will provide a simple estimate for the type of cabinets that they can have access to that meets your color and other spec requirements.

At the same time you are shopping for cabinets, you should also ask the suppliers if they can provide an estimate on countertops. One supplier may be offering kitchen cabinets at a high price but may be able to offer the best price on granite countertops. So when it’s all said and done, you may purchase the cabinets from one company and the granite at another.

If you have any questions, contact your NJ Home Improvement Contractor

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Mr. David Pangione

Note: All this information is 100% original. Every word is spoken from experience of being a NJ Home Improvement Contractor for over 30 years.

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NJ HOME IMPROVEMENT CONTRACTOR – Replacement window Tips

Are you are interested in hiring a NJ Home Improvement Contractor for your window replacement project? Window replacements on your home can add value and decrease your homes energy consumption.

Some homeowners that hire NJ Home Improvement Contractors want to replace the existing windows with replacement windows. A replacement window is a window that is made specifically to a certain size. Your NJ Home Improvement Contractor will measure the existing window opening and have a new replacement window made to order.

Another way to replace your existing windows is to remove the window and increase the widow opening  by having your NJ Home Improvement Contractor change the headers above the window to make your window opening as large as you would like the window to be. This method is more costlier since your NJ Home Improvement Contractor needs to alter the interior and exterior or the window well. Your NJ Home Improvement Contractor will need to not only remove and replace the header to a sufficient size, but also he will have to reinstall the removed exterior siding and put the interior back together around the window. This will involve reinstalling insulation, sheetrock, and the necessary trim work. For these reasons, installing a larger replacement window can cost more money.

With a standard replacement window, it is a bit easier for your NJ Home Improvement Contractor to install. Your NJ Home Improvement Contractor will measure all the windows that need to be replaced. Then he will have the replacement windows custom made to the sizes that he has measured. Once the windows are ready for installation your NJ Home Improvement Contractor will arrive on the job location and change many of the windows within one day. Pending the amount of windows in your home, your replacement window project should be finished within one or two days.

When installing a replacement window, your NJ Home Improvement Contractor will remove the interior window stop molding. After that, he will then remove the upper and lower sash’s. After caulking the opening to accept the new replacement window, your NJ Home Improvement Contractor will insert the replacement window into the window well until it fits flush against the window opening. He will then fasten the replacement window with the necessary screws. Usually four screws will do the trick. Now just reinstall the removed window stop molding and your window replacement is complete.

If you have any questions, contact your NJ Home Improvement Contractor

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Mr. David Pangione

Note: All this information is 100% original. Every word is spoken from experience of being a NJ Home Improvement Contractor for over 30 years.

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NJ HOME IMPROVEMENT CONTRACTOR TIPS

. How can your NJ Home Improvement Contractor make your add a level look unique and give you great curb appeal in Bergen County New Jersey. Well first your NJ Home addition should be built by an experienced NJ Home Improvement Contractor. A NJ Contractor that specializes in add a level conversions such as cape cod and ranch conversions.

How can your NJ Home Improvement Contractor add curb appeal to your add a level? .That is a problem that many homeowners have throughout the planning stage as they review their architectural plans. You don’t want your add a level in Bergen County New Jersey to look as if you had just built a box on top of your home. You know what I am talking about. Having what looks like a box with roof shingle built on top of your ranch or cape. Here are a few tricks to dress up the front of your home.

As a NJ Home Improvement Contractor, that has built hundreds of add a levels throughout Bergen County NJ, I like to add accent gables on the roof just above the 2nd floor windows to accentuate those upper windows. It looks even better if the upper windows are mulled meaning that there are 2 windows put together on the left and right side. From the street , this looks really nice and automatically eliminates that box look.

From here I like to match the roof pitch of the accent roofs with an entry portico just above the front door. Again, from the street, you are now looking at the upper accent gable roof’s and now you have the portico entry roof to match. throw in the portico columns and now this house is getting closer to completion but we are not finished yet.

Next, where the portico roofline ends, we will build what’s termed an eye brow roof just where the 1st floor and 2nd floor meet. The eyebrow will run across the front of the house and break up the front wall. After the eye brow is shingled and sided, between all the above tricks, your home will look amazing and have a great curb appeal.

Contact your NJ Home Improvement Contractor if you have any questions or concerns.

 


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Author:
Mr. David Pangione
Note: All this information is 100% original. Every word is spoken from experience of being a NJ Home Improvement Contractor for over 30 years.
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NJ HOME ADDITIONS IN BERGEN COUNTY NEW JERSEY

As the leading NJ Home Addition and Add a Level builder in Bergen County New Jersey, Pangione Developers Inc is offering for a limited time, a few of our best selling home addition packages. Building throughout Bergen County New Jersey, we know what our customers are looking for. You want more room in your home but at the same time, you don’t want to be paying an outrageous price only to be left with a mountain of debt after the job is completed.

With some of the most competitive NJ Home Addition prices around, call Pangione Developers Inc. for a FREE ESTIMATE.

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HOME ADDITIONS and REMODELING

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As a Home Addition specialist in Bergen County NJ, we offer the most competitive prices for your home addition project. There are many New Jersey Contractors to choose from so which New Jersey home improvement contractor should you hire for your room addition?.  As a NJ Home Improvement Contractor for over 30 years, we simply want to offer the best product per square foot at the most affordable prices. Without compromising quality, we want to progress through each job stage and finish as quickly as possible. Our referrals will back that up. Your home improvement project shouldn’t have to interrupt your family during the course of the home remodeling.

Hiring a Home Addition and Remodeling Contractor in Bergen County New Jersey  can be a tedious task. Which remodeling contractor do you call? There are so many NJ Home Improvement Contractors to choose from. Let me offer some advice. You want a company that specializes in home additions, room additions and any other type of house addition. When adding an addition to your home, a company that specializes in home additions will coordinate and execute each stage accordingly. If one step is missed or slightly overlooked, you home addition project may reach a setback.

Let’s take for instance your new addition floor height. When building your home addition, you want to make sure that the new floor heights match the existing floor heights. If your footings are not aligned exactly at the height that is required, by the time the masonry block and floor beams are installed, you will then find out that the new and old floor heights do not match up. Sure, you would think that your contractor would know this but you would be surprised. You want to hire a contractor that specializes in home additions, raised levels and  all types of room additions when you are ready for your home addition project.

When hiring a contractor for your home addition, you want to consider how long the project will take until it is completed. You hear stories of home remodeling projects that are never ending. A home renovation shouldn’t take at a maximum, longer than 3 months. This is also a complete home remodeling. So for anything smaller, you can factor in slightly less time according to the size of the job. Your Home Improvement Contractor should provide a written time schedule for your to have disclosing how long the estimated time frame for the job to be completed. If you hire a home improvement company that specializes in home additions or house additions, you should have your home completed within that time frame.

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This home addition is receiving a vinyl siding installation on the entire home. In this case, we installed a new top level otherwise known as a raised level. The customer opted for 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms added to their cape cod home addition. This vinyl siding installation will be finished within 2-3 days.

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Building a home addition can give you and your family the extra needed room that you have been looking for. As a NJ Home Improvement Contractor in Bergen County New Jersey, we have made custom room additions, home additions and home remodeling projects of all sorts and sizes. Are you interested in building an addition on your home? If so, here are a few items to think about.

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ROOM ADDITIONS

Do you live in a home that needs a room addition or home addition. What type of addition are you looking to install? Well there are lots of questions we could ask you to pin point the exact type of room that will work for you and your family. Home remodeling these days usually consists of remodeling your home plus adding an addition of at least 400 square feet or more. We are seeing a huge trend in families adding multi level additions to their homes. What the rooms are usually comprised of is mostly the same from family to family. The multi level addition consists of a rear first floor family room and an upper bedroom addition. Most times the upper bedroom home addition will be a master bedroom suite. The suite will have walk in closets and a separate area for the master bedroom. The original master bedroom usually is the larger of the original bedrooms. That room usually gets downsized and renovated to allow an access hall into the new master bedroom suite.

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Home additions can be an expansion of any existing room or the creation of an entirely new wing to your home. Whether you own a cape, ranch, bi-level, split level etc., you can add an addition to your home and enlarge that part of your home as long as it conforms to your local building department regulations. Kitchen expansions along with master bedrooms suites and family rooms seem to be the way that the home additions trend is moving in these days. The real estate market is dictating that it is harder to sell during these times so homeowners opt to take their homes off the market and go the route of  a home remodeling. A home addition will bring their home up to par and make it a more livable environment for many families.

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Mr. David Pangione

Pangione Developers Inc.

Note: All this information is 100% original. Every word is spoken from experience of being a NJ Home Improvement Contractor for over 30 years. 

As a New Jersey remodeling Contractor as well as a NJ Home Improvement Contractor throughout Bergen County Northern New Jersey, Pangione Developers Inc has developed a reputation for offering the most aggressively priced home additions and add a level packages.

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This NJ Home Addition’s siding application is moving fast. Already on day one of the vinyl siding installation, we are wrapping up the right side of the home and half way done with the rear of the home.

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DIY WAINSCOTING TIPS

Wainscoting installation can really help you maximize your rooms potential at making it look great. If your interior walls are dull and your room needs a boost, installing wainscoting can do the trick to any room in your home.

Home remodeling can be fun especially if you are looking to better your home’s appearance. Wainscoting can be the answer to many home improvements needs. You can take a plain dull room or hallway and make it look beautiful. You don’t have to be very experienced to install wainscoting. Some basic tool handling knowledge is necessary but once. you get started installing wainscoting, you will learn it in no time.

Wainscoting can be installed 2 different ways. You can install wainscoting by purchasing a kit or you can design and create your wainscoting from scratch. Kits can be pricy but if you shop around you can find wainscoting kits for a fairly reasonable price. Kits come in sections anywhere from 5′ – 10′ sections. You would need to cut the sections as needed and install accordingly. Creating wainscoting from scratch requires just a bit more wood working knowledge. You would also need to figure the lumber or stock needed for your wainscoting home improvement project. Each piece of stock would need to be cut and installed individually. This method actually works out a bit easier when wainscoting needs to be installed on a wall that has light switches and outlet plates as well as any other obstacle that may be in the way. The kits  are a little less accommodating for the novice installer.

When deciding on which type of wainscoting style you would like to install in your room, 90% of the time, you will  either be choosing between a wainscoting beadboard or a wainscoting raised panel install. The Wainscoting beadboard usually comes in sheets of plywood that you would cut to size or  you can get precut planks.  Precut planks will usually come packaged with a certain amount of planks covering a certain amount of square footage.

Between the 2 styles of wainscoting, the raised panel style is harder to install. The wainscoting beadboard sheeting can be cut to size installed, then add a chair rail and your basic wainscoting beadboard in its simplest form is installed. Raised panel wainscoting can get very detailed. As you look through and view pictures, you will notice all the different styles of raised panel wainscoting. It is amazing how many different styles you can create.

Installing wainscoting will require certain trimwork tools needed to install your wainscoting. Whether you are experienced or a novice molding installer, owning the necessary tools can be a wise purchase. If you want to save a lot of time, purchase a basic air compressor kit. Many small air compressor kits include nail guns that shoot small trim nails that would work perfect on your trimwork or molding. Also consider purchasing a basic mitre box chop saw. This saw will make all the necessary angle cuts perfectly and easily. A caulking gun will be necessary in order to apply construction adhesive to the molding  and glue it to the walls. A level and tape measure will also be needed.

Once you get these item, get started with your wainscoting and you will create some beautiful, exciting wainscoting.

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Mr. David Pangione

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Note: All this information is 100% original. Every word is spoken from experience of being a NJ Home Improvement Contractor for over 30 years. 

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