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Yellowstone Valley Woman – Love Where You Live

Creating function and space in a smaller home Joni and Mike Oswald love where they live. “It’s why we’re staying in this house — we love the neighborhood,” says Joni, now retired after a nursing career of more than three decade. “It’s centrally located. Mike’s 10 minutes from work at Charter (Communications) and 10 minutes […]

Designed to Impress in 3D

Working within the remodeling industry requires Freyenhagen Construction to be able to see past what is and to what can be. We know how to envision an open floor plan even while standing in a house full of tiny, closed-off rooms—or see sunlight streaming in windows that don’t yet exist.  For many homeowners,  it’s hard get […]


It’s been a busy year for Angela and Jeremy Freyenhagen. The couple found a secluded old home in the heart of the city that desperately needed some major help. In less than a year, they’ve redesigned, rebuilt and decorated their “dream” home, getting married in the meantime. Built over six decades ago, the small 1,100-square-foot […]

Freyenhagen Construction Again Recognized by National Remodeling Magazine

For the tenth consecutive year, Freyenhagen Construction has been recognized in the Qualified Remodeler Magazine’s “Top 500” issue under the heading: Design-Build Remodelers.  The magazine recognizes the nation’s most successful remodeling companies in a variety of categories.  Freyenhagen Construction was the only Design-Build company from Montana to receive this recognition. Qualified companies are recognized for […]

Costly Kitchen Mistakes

From the Professional Remodeler magazine July issue.  Author: David Weissman General contractors do their best to keep jobs in line and on budget but want consumers to know that the process is a two-way street. A survey of 300 general contractors nationwide published by Consumer Reports in June 2016 detailed seven kitchen remodeling mistakes made […]

Billings Gazette: Get Ready to Renovate

Recently Jeremy had the opportunity to sit down with the team from the Billings Gazette and share his thoughts on home renovation–and why it may be a better option than building from the ground up. Read the whole Billings Gazette article here:

Employee Spotlight: Getting to Know Robert Smith

Robert Smith has been doing construction for almost as long as he can remember.  He grew up in Geraldine, in central Montana and went to work building grain bins and pole barns right out of high school. “I like to build things; I don’t know how else to explain it,” he says. “Someone draws plans […]

Today’s Home Remodeling Trend: The Backsplash

We expect our kitchens work hard. From meeting space to eating space and everything in between, your kitchen is a reflection of your lifestyle. Today’s homeowners are busier than ever, meaning every element in this high-use heart of the home must be stylish, durable and easy to clean. This is especially true for the backsplash, […]