Colonial Home Remodelers Lehi UT

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Trestlewood
8013752779
P.O. Box 1050
Pleasant Grove, UT

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Granite Transformations
8018564335
615W 9400 South
Sandy, UT

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Sid Walch
All Point Inspection Inc.
801-598-6167
PO Box 830
Sandy, UT
 
Richard Belt
A thru Z Inspections, LLC
801-592-2757
82 North 800 East
American Fork, UT
 
Chris Hunt
CR Hunt Construction
8012300030
PO Box 1766
West Jordan, UT
 
Home Depot
(801) 254-5762
3852 W 13400 S
Riverton, UT
 
Karl E Kidman
Economy Inspection Services
801-836-2203
626 E 150 N
Orem, UT
 
Christi Youd
Organize Enterprise
801-756-3382
366 West 1360 North
American Fork, UT
 
Chris Hunt
CR Hunt Construction
8012300030
4689 Helenic Lane
West Jordan, UT
 
David Sykes
David Sykes Mural Arts
801-577-2466
6491 Rogue River Ln
West Valley City, UT
 
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Easy Remodeling Tips for Colonial Homes

Has your Colonial-style home lost its luster? Do you long for the days when your home was a conversation piece for guests, both inside and out?

You don’t have to buy a musket and don a 17th-century uniform to get the Colonial back into your home. There are some relatively painless (and inexpensive!) steps that you can take to get the English or Williamsburg look back into your Colonial home.

Put a little English into your landscape
Your home can become even more Colonial by sprucing up your landscaping. Planting some English boxwoods next to the porch, on the corners of your house or as a hedge can help to give it more of a Colonial appearance.
 
Boxwoods are evergreen shrubs that require very little maintenance once they are established. The shrubs can be easily shaped to accommodate most any design tastes. Boxwoods also help brightly colored flowers and plants stand out more because of their dark green leaves.

Another way to enhance your Colonial home is by planting some English ivy. This ivy can give your home the look of an English castle if it is trained to climb up the house, a trellis or other structure.
 
English ivy stays green year-round, so it is also a good option for adding color to landscapes during winter months. There are also some varieties of English ivy that produce colorful flowers.

Molding isn’t just for bread You can give the inside of your home more of a Colonial look and feel with a touch of molding. Decorative ...

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