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Week 3: 1 Volunteer + 19,000 Hours = 1 Extreme Exterior Makeover

Week 3: 1 Volunteer + 19,000 Hours = 1 Extreme Exterior Makeover

 

Week 3: 1 Volunteer + 19,000 Hours = 1 Extreme Exterior Makeover

by Sherry Moeller

An Earthquake and a Hurricane Test the Durability of the Just Installed Ply Gem Products

While week three of the Case Design/Remodeling, Inc. Ply Gem Extreme Exterior Makeover of retired U.S. Army Lt. Col. Gary Gaal's Alexandria, Virginia home is complete, Mother Nature paid a couple visits in the middle of it all.

Week 2: 1 Volunteer + 19,000 Hours = 1 Extreme Exterior Makeover

Week 2: 1 Volunteer + 19,000 Hours = 1 Extreme Exterior Makeover

Week 2: 1 Volunteer + 19,000 Hours = 1 Extreme Exterior Makeover

by Sherry Moeller

Yesterday’s Earthquake Doesn’t Hinder Progress of the Exterior Home Makeover at Virginia Volunteer Gary Gaal’s Alexandria Residence

Week 1: 1 Volunteer + 19,000 Hours = 1 Extreme Exterior Makeover

Week 1: 1 Volunteer + 19,000 Hours = 1 Extreme Exterior Makeover

Week 1: 1 Volunteer + 19,000 Hours = 1 Extreme Exterior Makeover
by Sherry Moeller

Case Design/Remodeling, Inc. Wins Ply Gem’s Designed Exterior Giveaway; Gifts It to Virginia Volunteer Gary Gaal

Case Design/Remodeling, Inc. Shares Great Ways to Gain Space in Your Home

Case Design/Remodeling, Inc. Shares Great Ways to Gain Space in Your Home

On Saturday morning, June 25, Case Design/Remodeling, Inc. held one of several workshop/seminars it’s having this summer addressing not only the basics, but also some of the finer aspects of home remodeling and expansion. 

This particular workshop, led by Case Design/Remodeling Executive VP Bill Millholland, focused on gaining space in your existing home, whether through converting an attic or screened-in porch into living space, or by actually building a new addition. Case highlights the attic and porch conversions as the least expensive options, but barring water issues or ceiling height problems, finishing a basement can be a cost-effective transformation as well, maximizing the existing space in your home.

$2,600 Monthly For A Studio, $5,000 For A 2 Bedroom Apartment At New Foggy Bottom Residences?

I, like many throughout D.C, have been keeping an eye on the "Residences on The Avenue"  in Foggy Bottom for quite some time now.

It was just over three years ago that ground was broken on the site, then known as "Square 54", as a joint effort between The George Washington University and Boston Properties.

What D.C. Neighborhood is The City's Most Expensive?

What D.C. Neighborhood is The City's Most Expensive?

The College of Preachers / Rock Creek and Potomac Parkway area is D.C.'s most expensive neighborhood, according to NeighborhoodScout.com.

The website states that the median home value in College of Preachers is $2,495,558. The entirety of NeighborhoodScout's top ten reads as follows:

1. College of Preachers/Rock Creek and Potomac

2. Spring Valley/Kent

3. Broad Branch Road/Ridge Road

4. K Street/Francis Scott Key Bridge

5. Georgetown

6. Rock Creek and Potomac Parkway/Massachusetts Ave

7. Woodley Park