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Featured Project: The Simmons Kitchen Remodel

After living in their home for more than a decade, Bill and Marilyn Simmons were ready for a change. But like many homeowners, they didn’t want to move—they just wanted to make their home work for them. According to Marilyn, their more than 20-year-old home was beginning to show its age—especially in the kitchen. “The […]

The Freyenhagen Team: Scott Lueck

Scott Lueck, Production Manager, is a jack of all trades, and construction practically runs in his blood. “My grandfather and uncle were contractors and my father was in plumbing repair,” he explains, then chuckles, “I had no choice!” Scott worked in commercial sales and customer service in the construction industry before joining Freyenhagen Construction in […]

Steel Home Remodel Featured in Yellowstone Valley Woman

COUPLE’S HOME REMODEL PUTS ENTERTAINING CENTER STAGE When Terry Steel walks into the kitchen to grab a bite to eat before heading off to work, she walks into a space bathed in light. Every detail has been thought through. Each bit of kitchenware has its place. The family’s decorative plates sit pretty in a glass […]

In The News: Make Your Basement Your Favorite Space in the House

Years ago, many homes were constructed over cellars: dark, dank, unlivable places where coal was stored. Over the last 50 years, the cellars of old have become expanded living spaces we call basements. Basements are a common type of foundation in areas with colder climates like ours. In fact, the majority of new single-family homes […]

What’s the Best Countertop for Your Kitchen Remodel?

Your kitchen must function equally well for all members of the home as well as the guests you invite to share your space. That’s why choosing the right countertops for your kitchen remodel is a must. But let’s be honest: there are a lot of options to choose from. So many, in fact, that it […]

More Homeowners Choosing to Remodel Instead of Selling

Earlier this fall we had the chance to sit down with the team from Yellowstone Valley Woman to discuss a topic that, unsurprisingly, is near and dear to our hearts: remodeling.  As Julie Koerber shares in the resulting article, more Americans are choosing to stay in their homes rather than putting them on the market. […]

Kitchen Remodeling Project? Ask 2 Questions First

A century ago, kitchens were a place of toil, occupied by servants and meant to be hidden from the view of household members and guests. The industrial revolution and the rise of the middle class brought kitchens closer to the living quarters of families, many of whom were living in apartments; however, the spaces were […]

Home Remodeling: It’s All in the Details

Whatever business you’re in, odds are you’ve seen some pretty fantastic (and some pretty unusual) things over your career. As remodeling contractors, that’s certainly held true for Freyenhagen Construction. Over the last 20 years we’ve had the chance to see a lot of great work get completed here in Billings—and the opportunity to “fix” a […]

The 1,2,3 of Home Remodeling

Not long ago a friend of mine was telling me about her nephew who’d been in the process of doing some home improvements. He got approved for a home equity loan based on the current size of his house and the detached garage in the back, which he planned to remodel. Anxious to begin, and […]