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Wall Removal – Not as Easy as you Think

Posted on: June 27, 2016

Whenever we meet with a homeowner considering a major interior renovation like a kitchen, one of the more common requests we get is removing a wall to “open up the space”. Removing an interior wall can be a great solution to accomplish this, but sometimes it’s a little more complicated than just taking a sledge …

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Project Spotlight: Madison Park Kitchen – Before and After

Posted on: June 27, 2016

This Madison Park kitchen renovation included a complete gut, wall removals, and reconfiguration of the entire layout, without compromising the character of the existing home. We used a balance of medium-stained cabinetry and lighter countertop and backsplash materials, complementing the existing fireplace that ultimately became a feature of the new space. An array of task …

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DiFabion Remodeling Sponsors Charlotte Golf Tourney

Posted on: June 27, 2016

DiFabion Remodeling was proud to sponsor and participate in the 12th Annual BLOC Golf Tournament on June 6th at Raintree Country Club. The proceeds from this year’s event will go to The Mitchell Bays Turner Pediatric Fund – a non-profit that serves as a way to support local families in need and are facing challenging …

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Another DiFabion Joins the Team

Posted on: June 27, 2016

We would like to welcome the newest addition to the DR family, Scott DiFabion! Scott joins the team after his time at East Carolina University, bringing his past experience as a laborer during the summers. Scott will continue to help out in field as a “Demolition Expert”, carpenter’s assistant, runner, and quality control assistant. We …

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Project Spotlight: Montibello Kitchen Remodel

Posted on: May 26, 2016

This Montibello project transformed an old, outdated kitchen into a fully custom, stunning new space with the capacity and functionality of a commercial kitchen. The balance of intricate moldings and simple, clean lines achieved the goal of a transitional style the homeowners desired. The spacious flow and aesthetic appeal makes this an inviting place for …

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Check out our new Design Studio!

Posted on: May 26, 2016

DiFabion Remodeling is proud to announce the addition of our new in-house Design Studio! This beautiful new space will allow DR clients to visualize their future project on the big screen, as we guide them through the design process. Our new capabilities will allow us to display conceptual floor plans, elevations, and 3D renderings of …

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Welcome to the Team!

Posted on: May 26, 2016

DiFabion Remodeling would like to welcome the newest addition to our family, Mr. Timothy Harpst, Lead Carpenter. Tim brings 20+ years of experience in the construction industry as a general contractor, a master carpenter, project manager, and estimator. His areas of expertise include cabinetry installation, intricate trim detail, custom woodworking, tile, plumbing, electrical, and problem …

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Remodeling: Understanding Expectations and Timeframes

Posted on: May 26, 2016

How much time will your remodeling project require? Some of the most common questions we receive from homeowners regarding a major remodeling project have to do with expectations and timeframes. Obviously, there are many different variables at play when defining these expectations or timeframes, such as the scope of work, DIY vs. hiring a professional, …

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First ever DR Kickball Team

Posted on: April 18, 2016

The DiFabion Remodeling family and friends recently participated in its first charity kickball event at the Friendly Moose, helping raise money to support John Crais on his road to recovery from a debilitating car accident. Great event, great people, questionable kickball skills…think we’ll stick to remodeling!

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Free Estimates and Bids – What is the Value?

Posted on: April 18, 2016

Over the years, we’ve met with many different homeowners, considering many different types of remodeling projects. In most cases, the homeowner was “pre-programmed” to meet with 2-3 contractors and get 2-3 “bids” in order to decide with whom they would work. First, a bid typically means an estimate to do the work. At this stage …

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