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The golden question everyone wants to know when considering a home remodel: “How much is my remodel going to cost?” Here's how to get that answer: begin a relationship with an established, trust-worthy remodeling company (like Morey!) The complicated nuances of remodeling mean that every design ...
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Lights Off!

No more stressing your children or husband to turn off the lights, at least when exiting your bathroom. Now when you remodel your bathroom, California code requires vacancy motion sensors to be installed so the lights will automatically turn off. This was a new change in the 2014 Title 24 code that controls what is allowed in residential and non-residential lighting applications. Every year Title 24 code is updated and new changes are made to help California be in the front line to changing to help our environment and energy savings.

When updating lighting and switches in the bathroom, your designer and construction team will recommend a motion sensor switch that works best with your needs. There are two types of sensors to choose from, an occupancy sensor or vacancy sensor. An occupancy sensor will automatically turn the lights on when motion is detected and automatically turn the lights off when motion is no longer detected. A vacancy sensor is similar except the lights will need to be turned on manually but will turn off when motion is no longer detected. Either of these options will comply with the code and will also help you in conserving energy.

Although the code applies to residential bathrooms, these switches can also help in other rooms of your home as well. Install a motion sensor switch in your laundry room, closet, walk in pantry, utility room, or hallway.
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Open Up Your Space with Glass Cabinet Doors

One trend that will not be out of style anytime soon is glass cabinet doors. The old way of thinking about cabinets was to hide all your items, dishes, etc., behind solid wood doors, out of site from all your guests. This is thinking of the past. Now designing built in cabinets with a lot of glass doors is the way to go. Doing this will open up your space to make it feel larger and defiantly more alive. Now you can display your decorative dishware, glasses, or even your clothes in your closet.

Also another misconception of glass doors is thinking this is more of a modern look and will only coordinate well with modern/contemporary design. Glass doors will go well with all design styles. Modern, contemporary and also traditional, transitional, cottage, Tuscan, craftsman, etc. For instance, maybe using a mullion glass door in a traditional kitchen would lend itself better to the overall design then a contemporary frosted glass. Working closely with a designer will benefit to help you in making these decisions and figuring out the best places in your space for these glass doors.  

Generally these doors will be seen in your kitchen, but don't stop there! Any room in your home can benefit from glass doors. Design your bathrooms, bar areas, hallways, offices, entertainment centers, and even walk in closets to showcase these decorative doors.
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Vintage Cabinet Finishes - Get an Antique Look
 
Throughout the years, a vintage or antique look for kitchen cabinets has been a popular look. Now more than ever with the growing popularity of a cottage design style, this antique furniture look is again growing. Many cabinet companies have offered different variations of antiqued cabinet finishes, ranging in their distressed look. The best way to get the look and the durability of a well made cabinet, is to find a company who offers an antique finish. We have found that Showplace Wood Products does just that. Since they are produced outside California, and are made with a catalyzed varnish, they will stand the test of time and the finish will last, along with an added warranty. Here are some of their antique finish options to choose from.
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Appliances, the Jewelry in your Kitchen

Refrigerator & Freezer Columns -  Because these appliances are independent from one another, the refrigerator and freezer can be installed in separate parts of your kitchen, giving you more flexibility with the layout and design of the space. These columns come in stainless steel, or you can install with an integrated panel to match the cabinets of your kitchen.   

Microwave Drawers - By moving the microwave down into the lower section of cabinets, this frees up space on the countertop or moves the microwave away from eye -level, making the other appliances (like a range hood) pop and become the focal point. Now with microwave drawers, an unused part of your kitchen can become more functional by installing a drawer into that section of cabinets. If you have an island or peninsula, this would be the perfect place for a microwave drawer.

Colorful Ranges - Use a colorful range or hood for that focal point and splash of color in your kitchen. Many manufactures make stainless, black and white appliances. But certain companies like BlueStar make an assortment of colors like blues, reds, and oranges, that are sure to make an impact in your kitchen.
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Morey Remodeling Group is pleased to showcase our latest project completed! This modern master bathroom displays a dark wenge wood cabinet with white quartz countertops. White, blue and even wood and river stone tile fills the space and adds texture and drama to the surrounding walls and floors. Chrome fixtures and contemporary glass pendant lights finish off the space to add that extra touch of sleek and modern design to this bathroom. To see more projects Morey Remodeling Group has completed, check out our Houzz profile by following this link   http://www.houzz.com/pro/bmorey/morey-remodeling-group
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Spotlight! PureFresh Toilet from Kohler

A leading trend in remodeling right now is choosing products and materials for your home that work for your and make your life a little easier. This can be accomplished by installing a PureFresh toilet from Kohler.

This toilet really has it all! Say goodbye to bathroom odors! This toilet has a built in deodorizing carbon filter that neutralizes them.  A small fan quietly moves fresh air over a PureFresh scent pack that moves a gentle fragrance into the room. The filter is easily accessed to pop out and replace and will last for up to six months. You can also choose from three fresh scents; Garden Waterfall, Soft and Fresh Laundry, or Avocado Spa. The fragrance pack will last for a month.
If you think it ends there, think again! This toilet seat will provide another great feature that will benefit your whole family. A LED guilding light will illuminate the bathroom when the toilet seat is closed, and a task light will illuminate the bowl when you lift the lid. No need to turn on the harsh bathroom light while making your way to the bathroom late at night.

Check out more information on Kohler's website by following this link... http://www.us.kohler.com/us/Purefresh-Scented-and-Lighted-Toilet-Seat/content/CNT115100007.htm
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Accent Your Bathroom with a Tile Border

When designing a bathroom, tile is generally the main component to add style, color, texture and character to the space. Whether your style is modern or traditional, a tile border can add that extra touch of beauty and focal point to the bathroom. With so many tiles available on the market, it might be wise to work closely with an interior designer to help plan the space and tile layout.

When considering a tile border to accent your bathroom, this tile will coordinate with the main tile that will lay on the floors, wall, and bathtub deck, but it should also stand out. Maybe the border will add an accent color to the space, or maybe it is a different geometric shape that will line the space. There are many different tiles to choose, from more simple shapes to more ornate and in many different color tones.

Also there are many possibilities on where the border will be installed. You can line the entire room, around the shower and bathtub, and also behind the vanity cabinets. Or the accent border can lay just in the shower or bathtub area. You can even plan for it to run vertical instead of just horizontal. Or maybe the border lines the bathroom floor. When making these decisions, your designer will show you the possibilities and hand drawings to help you visualize the space to make it easier to decide.
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Let Your Walls Pop!

Create an accent wall in any room of your home.  From living rooms, to dining rooms, or even kitchens. A focal point with charm, character and color will make your wall pop! Wallpaper has made a huge comeback in interior design. Because of the ability to create interest in a space, and with the huge selection of color, pattern and texture, designers are specifying wallpaper throughout a home more than ever.

Geometric wallpaper patterns are a popular choice because they are very versatile and can coordinate well with traditional, transitional, modern and contemporary rooms. Pattern designs like lattice, chevron, damask, and squared shapes are just a few of the geometric patterns available. Also in any color you can imagine.

Floral patterned wallpaper will accent a wall perfectly in a more traditional or transitional designed space. Again, these floral patterns will be available in any color you can imagine. They will also incorporate many different sizes, shapes, and types of flowers. From a bold large floral design to a more petite, less conspicuous flower. The best way to find the wallpaper you like best is to browse some wallpaper sample books with your designer.

Textured wallpaper is a very popular choice, again because of its versatility. Textures like leather, silk, fabric, burlap, raised velvet and many more are made in many color tones. These can be used in any room of your home, although higher traffic areas like kitchens and bathrooms, may make the walls harder to keep clean. An accent wall in any of these textures always draws your eye and creates that interest for you and your houseguests to enjoy.
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Another beautiful bathroom remodel by Morey Remodeling Group!

This Master Bathroom was designed with a separate soaking bathtub and framless glass door tiled shower. The vanity cabinet is a dark espresso finish cabinet with sleek modern doors with a cabinet over the toilet for additional storage. A chrome finish was selected for the faucets and shower fixtures. Lastly, the modern glass tile backsplash adds character and lines the vanity and tub walls.  
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Spotlight:  Moen's Reflex Kitchen Faucet

It is pretty common these days, to have a pull out kitchen faucet. With a spray head that detaches from the faucet base and pulls out/down and is connected by a metal hose. If you are familiar with using this type of faucet, you might know the pain it is when maneuvering the spray head and trying to connect the head back into its faucet base. Sometimes the metal hose just doesn't want to go back to place and some force is needed to do so. Instead of dealing with this headache, take a look at Moen's new Reflex technology faucets.

Moen has designed and created a new technology for kitchen faucets called Reflex. These pull down kitchen faucets are made with a flexible light weight hose. The spray head also can be maneuvered with ease and can flex and rotate with little effort.  And to top it all off, the spray head automatically retracts back to its original position just by letting go. Now you can rely on your faucet to do most of the work for you.

Take a look at the different styles, from traditional, modern, and transitional. You are sure to find the right style for your kitchen. http://www.moen.com/whats-new/innovation/reflex
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Subway Tile Trends

A classic design trend that has made a definite impact on interiors around the world has been subway tile. Because of its ability to mesh well with most design styles, traditional or contemporary, this tile shape and pattern is surely to be a staple choice for many design applications in residential homes. Here are some subway tile patterns and materials that are popular today.

White subway tile with dark grey grout. I know you may be thinking, wasn't this popular during the 60's and 70's? Darker grout has long passed its in phase. But now it is making a comeback! It is mostly being used in cottage or transitional kitchen/bath design. Paired with white or grey cabinets, wood or concrete countertops, this look is very versatile and can be used in multiple applications on the wall.

A bold color ceramic or glass subway tile. You can make a statement with a bold colored ceramic or glass tile for a wall treatment with character. Like this teal subway tile that makes this shower enclosure pop! This can be done in both traditional or contemporary spaces, or even use a color border that lines the space.

Thinner subway tile with varied sizes. This is typically a more contemporary look although can be very nice in a transitional space as well. Can be made from glass, ceramic, or even a natural stone like granite or marble. This look is very sleek and adds a lot of drama to a wall treatment or backsplash.  
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2501 E 28th St #120 Signal Hill, CA 90755
2501 East 28th Street #120USCaliforniaSignal Hill90755
(562) 425-1321moreyremodeling.com
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With happy clients since 1982, Morey Remodeling is an unrivaled, award winning family remodeling company located in Signal Hill, CA.  Our client-centered approach and an unwavering commitment to our clients' satisfaction have earned us an unprecedented 95% return client/referral rating.  Let us prove to you why our reputation sets us apart.

We offer full service remodeling:  design + construction, whole house remodeling, additions, kitchen remodeling & bath remodeling.

AWARDS:  Master Design Award, Homes For Life Award, Big 50 Remodeler 
ORGANIZATIONS:  NKBA, NAHB, BIA, BPCA, Remodelers Council, Build It Green
CERTIFICATIONS:  Aging In Place Specialist, Green Professional, Graduate Remodeler
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Morey Construction is the most conscientious, efficient, and qualified construction company I have ever worked with. I have built a home from scratch and remodeled 6 different others. The last two remodels were with Morey Construction and I only wish I had found them sooner. It would have saved a lot of headaches and work on my part. Not only do they know their stuff, Morey Construction always responds to your questions right away, and they work cleanly and on time. Just a great company to deal with.
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