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February 2014

Beautiful Home Office Ideas

If you’re dreaming of an updated home office, let these great designs inspire you. There’s inspiration for every design style, you’re sure to find something you love. READ MORE »

White Cabinets Make a Comeback

More and more clients are choosing white cabinetry. Mix white perimeter cabinets with a colored or wood island for a modern look. Check out this Houzz ideabook filled with white cabinetry inspiration. READ MORE »

Kitchen Remodel Seminar

Join us on September 10th at 5:30pm at 3082 Sterling Circle to learn about the process of kitchen remodeling. SIGN UP HERE »

Talk To Us About Your Project

Schedule a consultation to speak with one of our project development managers who can help you understand the Melton process and discuss your upcoming remodeling project. TALK TO US »

Kitchen Remodeling

Thinking about a kitchen remodel? Get more information here! READ MORE »

Melton Thanks

Boulder real estate agent Beth Mason for continuous support and client referrals.

Ty's Tips

Ty's Tips

Fall Fixes
Fall is the perfect time for a little exterior maintenance. Check these items off your to-do list before the snow flies.

Seal up leaky doors and windows with weatherstripping. Sealing gaps more than 1/8 inch can save significantly on your winter heating bills.
Check your gutters to ensure they are clean and at the proper pitch. Full gutters or improper pitch can cause them to overflow, possibly flooding your basement or crawlspace. Gutters should slope between 1/16th and 1/8th inch per foot to stay in good working order.
Cracks in the driveway or sidewalks can get worse over the winter as water seeps in, freezes and expands. Fill cracks less than half-inch wide with acrylic latex concrete repair compound. For larger cracks, use a vinyl concrete patching compound, which can be troweled on for best coverage.
Check the attic for holes and proper insulation. During the brightest part of the day, check for any daylight streaming through the roof. Streams of light indicate a problem. For small holes, patch from the inside with closed-cell polyurethane foam. For larger leaks, perform an extensive repair before the first snow falls. Insulation should cover the tops of the joists. If it doesn’t, add more insulation to achieve an R-38.


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