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We all need more space. Here are some "Storage Tricks for Those Who Love Their Stuff" http://ow.ly/JXWAe
I love my stuff and want to surround myself with all my glorious bits and bobs and keepsake treasures every hour of every day. And I buy things because I adore them — from folksy vintage tins and battered picture frames to pretty glass bottles and old postcards — not really knowing where each piece will go when I get home. That’s not to say I can’t get through the front door for fear of being buried under a mountain of old newspapers (I’m not tha...
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Now is a great time to think OUTDOORS| Personal Spaces: 10 Homes Make an Outdoor Connection http://ow.ly/J6gTb
There’s a lot to love about indoor-outdoor living, whether you dream of gathering for evening nibbles on the patio or bringing in the view with floor-to-ceiling windows. Get ideas from these creative homeowners who’ve made a connection with the outdoors, through small adjustments (like adding French doors) to complete overhauls.
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Design ideas: Earthy Decor Adds Warmth to a Modern Home http://ow.ly/ICgne
In 2008 these Santa Monica, California, homeowners worked with their architects to build a minimalist, modern home. Several years later they still loved their custom home, but they thought it could be cozier and more touchable. They hired an interior design team to take their rooms to a new, warmer level.
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Here are some great ideas to organize your kitchen. Do you have any other ideas? http://ow.ly/HwkPM
Pantry, drawer, and overall kitchen organization ideas that can be used to transform the storage space in your own home.
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We Build Great Rooms. No Really Great, Great Rooms | HGTV Dream Home 2015 | HGTV http://ow.ly/Gz19Z
Open, bright and airy, the HGTV Dream Home 2015 great room is a spacious gathering room that is perfect for entertaining.
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Just a few adjustments to a small space and the master bath can appear much larger without too much work. The best thing here is how much more it will add to your home's value by having an update master bath. | See the Clever Tricks That Opened Up This Master Bathroom http://ow.ly/F9W7O
This was a classic case of the shoemaker’s kids going barefoot. Robin Amorello spent eight years designing other people’s master bathrooms, while the one she shares with her husband, Joseph, went untouched. An angled ceiling meant the large one-piece bathtub-shower combination had to be installed in an awkward spot that crowded the toilet. That created a barely functional alcove that prevented the addition of a second sink. “It was badly designed...
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Our Favorite Designer Bathrooms | HGTV http://ow.ly/J6gXu
Before you start your bathroom remodeling project, get inspired by our favorite new spaces from top designers.
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8 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Meeting With Your Designer or with us as we do design work too. http://ow.ly/J6gB7
As a designer who typically charges an hourly rate for design services, I tell my clients to do their homework before meeting with me. I give them a checklist of what they should consider before I arrive, asking them to think about what they want, what they need and what they can afford. If they think about these things before they meet with me, it saves us time — and saves them money. To create a home that best serves you and your family, design...
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Thinking About Spring Cleaning? Yes/No? 5 Steps to a Clean & Organized Home | HGTV Design Blog http://ow.ly/Hwlj0
Got a resolution for your home this year? Get tips to tackle cleaning and organizing promises you've made for the New Year.
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Kitchen of the Week: Renovation Honors New England Farmhouse’s History http://ow.ly/Hwkxg
“Clients who live in historic houses tend to be really intense and passionate. They love everything that’s wrong and right with their homes,” says designer Heather Alton. “Working with them is challenging but also a lot of fun.” These homeowners absolutely love their 19th-century farmhouse in Hudson, New Hampshire, and embraced most of its quirks. However, the kitchen, which had undergone an unfortunate 1970s renovation, was not functional at all...
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I know I love the smell of a REAL Christmas tree in my home. here are some great tips on how to care for a real tree in your home to make it last throughout the holidays. | How to Care for a Freshly Cut Christmas Tree http://ow.ly/F9XyN
Artificial trees may have increased in popularity, but for the purist, only a real tree will do. No matter how realistic it looks, an artificial tree can’t compete with the scent and feel of a real evergreen. It’s a living part of nature that, for a short time, we give a place of honor in our homes. And no matter which kind of tree it is — spruce, fir, pine or cypress — once it’s indoors, the goal is to keep the tree fresh and green. This means k...
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Certainly good advice on keeping your pets safe this Holiday Season. We seldom think of how a simple decoration might have an adverse impact on a pet. I know I want to keep my dogs protected this season. | How to Keep Your Pets Safe During the Holidays http://ow.ly/EPGgS
If you’re a pet owner, you’re probably aware of the things you need to do to keep your pets safe around your home. But as the holidays approach, you may have to step your game up a bit to make sure your celebrations aren’t interrupted by a pet-related crisis. A big problem is pets eating something they shouldn’t. Another concern is that in the confusion of guests and celebrating, pets can easily get out and get lost. Candles and holiday decoratio...
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13503 Frederick St Omaha, NE 68144, United States
13503 Frederick StreetUSNebraskaOmaha68144
General ContractorToday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Monday 8:00 am – 5:00 pmTuesday 8:00 am – 5:00 pmWednesday 8:00 am – 5:00 pmThursday 8:00 am – 5:00 pmFriday 8:00 am – 5:00 pmSaturday ClosedSunday Closed

Whether you want a new home, or take your existing home and turn it into something to enjoy, Gary Rumbaugh Construction can take your vision and make it yours.

Since 1982, Gary Rumbaugh has been providing Original Designs for new homes and home improvement projects. 

And you know when you hire Gary Rumbaugh Construction the Execution of your project will be Exceptional.

Trust is another key benefit in working with Gary Rumbaugh Construction.  All project costs are fully detailed and explained prior to work beginning.

If you are planning on a new home or improving an existing home, make sure it’s a Gary Rumbaugh Construction built-home.

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"I would recommend Gary for any home remodeling or renovation project."
"...is outstanding, the quality in materials in craftsmanship is outstanding..."
"...for any new custom home construction, or renovation project you may have."
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Jeff Quandt
2 years ago
I have known Gary for more than 20 years, first as a friend and also as a general contractor that has performed work on my home. His work is outstanding, the quality in materials in craftsmanship is outstanding., He is trustworthy and a man of character. I highly recommend Gary for any new custom home construction, or renovation project you may have.
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Jeff Quandt
2 years ago
I had Gary work on several projects over the years and he is a superb craftsman and general contractor. I would recommend Gary for any home remodeling or renovation project.