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A massive renovation to your home is a beautiful thing. People either renovate in order to make money (which is great), or to create a more desirable living space for themselves and their family (also great).    Of course, the renovation process isn’t as beautiful as the end result is - major renovations will often involve knocking down walls, ripping out floors, people yelling, dust billowing, and loud machines. Now, if you’re...

When remodeling your home (or any building, for that matter), there are really two broad factors to consider: aesthetics and functionality.   100 years ago, green remodeling probably would have fallen into the former - people would’ve assumed you wanted a home with a lot of greenery, or just a lot of green paint. Nowadays, of course, green remodeling is about creating an eco-friendly space - one that greatly reduces your carbon...

Kitchen renovations are some of the most labor-intensive and costly changes you can make to your home - but they can also be the most rewarding. There are a number of things you should keep in mind before starting a kitchen renovation project - we’re going to go over seven of them, to better prepare you for the renovation process:   What’s the Purpose of Your Renovation?   Is this renovation for you, or...

If you’re committed to starting and growing a home-based business, you need to make key changes to your home to accommodate it. Whether you need a dedicated workspace to focus on your work or storage space for inventory (or both), you might have a home remodeling project in your hands. Working with a professional contractor can be wise so you get the full benefit of skillful craftsmanship. As experts in...

When it comes to selling a home, first impressions matter. Your property’s curb appeal can make your sale quick and profitable, or slow and full of sacrifices. The nicer your home looks from the sidewalk, the more clicks you’ll get online, the better an impression you’ll make during tours, and the more likely you are to get competitive offers.    CMW General Contractors can help you make changes that will catch buyers’...

Imagine this scenario: you've renovated and remodeled your home to get it ready to sell and have gotten a lot of interest. You’ve even got the buyer in the palm of your hand. They’ve viewed your house and are falling in love with it. That is, until they ask the question, when was this roof installed? It stops you dead in your tracks. An old roof that’s due for a...

Renovating your home is really exciting as you can let your imagination run wild. A new deck? Hardwood flooring? A rose quartz bathtub with real gold faucets? Okay, maybe that last one is a bit extravagant, but you get the idea - it’s fun to fantasize about what your dream home could look like.   The only way to make your dreams come true is by taking initiative. At the end of...

The appearance of your Hill Country kitchen is what defines the environment and atmosphere of the rest of the house. When you want to remodel the room or create a completely new design, call on the experts at CMW General Contractors. We'll help you get the kitchen you've always wanted, and make it a space you'll love for years. We can even help you find the latest Hill Country kitchen...

Changing up your home can be an extremely exciting prospect, but it can come with a lot of stress as well. Fortunately, there are a lot of things that can be done to minimize the stress you feel over these major changes. By planning ahead and being prepared for the remodel, you can ease anxiety and put your mind at rest. Here are a few things you should know before...

Recently, Jimmy Stewart of CMW General Contractors was interviewed for an article in the San Antonio Express News. The article below comes to us courtesy of that publication, and was published by Lisa Harrison Rivas on May 3, 2020. The original article can be found here.   When is a barn not a barn? The answer is when it’s a barndominium.  Fans of HGTV’s “Fixer Upper” will remember the episode in Season...