It’s All In The Details Of Your Home – Staircases

Step by step, what path will you take today?

Since you will spend a significant portion of your life in your home, it makes sense to ensure your home is visually appealing as well as functional. Today, let’s take a look at staircases.

As you move between levels, don’t allow your route to be monotonous. Consider a spiral staircase. Realtors always talk about curb appeal outside; Allow your staircase to have curve-appeal.

downward spiral stair

For more variety and beauty, dress up your banisters and railings with wrought iron, bamboo, wood, and crystals. A combination of these materials can be very stunning and yet functional. There are no rules saying a staircase must be mundane. As long as it is structurally safe, the sky’s the limit. Elevate your staircase and your movement.

Protruding Balconylooking down stairs

For children’s rooms, consider a block style stair to a loft area with built in drawers. It’s perfect for function and storage of clothes, toys, or treasures.

We invite you to consult with one of our designers. Your unique renovations are mere steps away. Contact B&E at 414-351-5558 or visit us online at; http://begeneralcontractors.com/

How Much Does Your Contractor Care About Continuing Education?

At B&E General Contractors, we believe strongly in staying on top of the ongoing developments in the home improvement industry. Mark Brick has made it a priority to continually improve his knowledge and skills so he can deliver the best product and service for his valued clients.

Our continuing education allows our crews to recommend superior products, provide energy and technology-efficient suggestions, and provides homeowners with a heightened experiential value.

Continuing Education isn’t just about technology and efficiency, it also involves design:  deftly incorporating aging-in-place design and modifications, adaptable products, and products that incorporate safety ( i.e. non-slip tile surfaces, barrier-free thresholds, and appliance placement). By incorporating our knowledge into your home remodeling project, you make life easier for yourself and increase the resale value of your home.

Proud of the emphasis placed on continuing education for the benefit of our clients, Mark has earned the following certifications;

  • MCR, Master Certified Remodeler
  • CGR, Certified Graduate Remodeler
  • CAPS, Certified Aging in Place Specialist
  • UDCP, Universal Design Certified Professional
  • CR, Certified Remodeler
  • Lead Safe Renovator, accredited by the State of Wisconsin, Department of Health Services.

It is the privilege and honor of Mark Brick, and the entire staff of B&E General Contractors, Inc., to represent the Milwaukee remodeling industry in a fair, ethical, and professional manner. Whether it is a modest home repair or full scale renovation and / or addition, we are here to make your remodeling experience smooth and satisfactory. Visit B&E at;  http://begeneralcontractors.com/  or give us a call at 414-351-5558.