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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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The NARI Charlotte Entourage!

Posted on: April 18, 2016

This past week at the NARI National Spring Meeting in Austin, Texas, the Charlotte Chapter was represented well with 12 members in attendance. After winning 10 regional CotY awards, NARI Charlotte took home 4 National Contractor of the Year Awards! Then on Saturday at the House of Delegates, NARI Charlotte was presented a Chapter Community …

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Michael DiFabion Recognized as a Charlotte Leader

Posted on: March 8, 2016

Congratulations to Michael DiFabion for being named to the Charlotte Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 Class of 2016! Michael will be recognized on March 16th at the historic McGlohon Theater as one of the region’s 40 brightest and most talented up-and-comers at the 23rd Annual 40 Under 40 event. You can find more information on …

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DiFabion Remodeling Receives Regional NARI Award

Posted on: February 24, 2016

We are proud to announce that the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) has named DiFabion Remodeling, Inc. as the winner of the Regional Contractor of the Year (CotY) award in the category of Residential Kitchen $30-60k. Contractors from 7 regions around the country vie for CotY Awards each year in 37 different project …

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New Faces Join the DiFabion Team

Posted on: February 24, 2016

DiFabion Remodeling, Inc. would like to welcome two new additions to the team, Joey Cole and Prem Patel. Joey and Prem are both energetic, young carpenter apprentices who have shown a passion and dedication to becoming a skilled carpenter in the remodeling industry. Joey is 22 years old and has grown up around carpentry all …

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Sara Scott joins NKBA Board of Directors!

Posted on: February 24, 2016

After becoming a Certified Kitchen Designer in 2014, Sara Scott joined the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) Board of Directors for the Charlotte Chapter. Sara has displayed a dedication to education in the Design Industry dating back to college and is eager to share her knowledge and experience with her colleagues in the industry …

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Facelift Remodeling Versus Custom Remodeling

Posted on: February 24, 2016

Generally speaking, there are two types of remodeling when it comes to your home, 1) “Facelift Remodeling” and 2) Custom Remodeling. This is especially the case when it comes to kitchens and baths, but it can apply to all types of home remodeling projects. So, what’s the difference? Let’s take a kitchen, for example. Say …

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Tales from the Trenches (Literally)

Posted on: January 27, 2016

Building an addition? Something to always consider before building any kind of addition is how it will be supported, specifically the structural footings. Whether your addition calls for a full foundation wall, a slab on grade, or even masonry columns/piers, all of these are supported by concrete footings. Before you begin any type of excavation, …

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