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See, Touch Play in the Freyenhagen Demo Kitchen

If you have kids (or if you ever were one yourself), you are likely familiar with the “play kitchen.” Those miniature versions of the real thing where imaginary meals are concocted by the boatload. Judging by the sheer volume of them on the market, I imagine they are a pretty popular item. After all, there […]

Remodeling ROI

Have you ever wondered what kinds of remodels provide the largest returns? Or whether it makes sense to replace that siding before putting your home on the market? Each year, Remodeling Magazine compiles data on remodels across the country to determine the rate of return for various types of popular remodeling projects. You may be […]

Take a Virtual Tour of Your Future Remodeling Plan

Viewing your future home on flat, one-dimensional paper floorplans can be a lackluster experience. Although no one likes to admit it, unless you are schooled in architecture, it is probably a challenge for you to visualize the finished product this way. In fact, I recently read a blog post written by a gentleman who took the paper […]

Viewing Your Home in a Whole New Light

Living in the dark A friend of mine lives in a beautiful home. The kitchen is large and functional, blending into a spacious great room. The floors and countertops are tastefully covered in high-end laminate and the cabinets, a dark mahogany color are abundant and roomy. But this home’s most impressive feature is, perhaps, the […]

Quiz: What is Your Kitchen Style?

*Guest Post*-I don’t know about you, but I tend to do a lot more cooking in the winter months. It starts in October, actually. When the leaves start turning and the air becomes crisp, this generally signals that it’s time to dust off the old crock pot and start whipping up some hearty chili, soups […]

4 Tips for Tackling Spring Clutter

With the end of winter nearly within sight, many are beginning to think about spring cleaning and getting organized around the house.  If you are like most people, this can seem like an overwhelming undertaking.  After all, the longer we live and the bigger the home we choose to live in, the more “stuff” we […]

Our Weekend for Women Power Drill Winners…

Our Weekend for Women Power Drill Winners! Thanks again for stopping by the Freyenhagen Construction booth during Weekend for Women at the Montana Pavilion at MetraPark. It was our pleasure to be a major sponsor of this weekend event for women. We thank all of you that competed in our ‘Fastest Gun in the West’ […]

Reflecting on 2010 Design Trends

As we approach the holidays and the end of the year, let’s take a look at some of the top emerging design trends of 2010 as announced by the National Kitchen and Bath Association in April. What will 2011 have in store for us? The most popular new designs of 2010 from the National Kitchen […]

Now is a Great Time to Remodel

The Billings Gazette recently published an article discussing the benefits of purchasing a home in the current market. A “buyers’ market” featuring a surplus of homes available for sale and historically low interest rates were both touted as reasons to go out and buy right now. For first-time home buyers, there may not be a better time to […]

Rebuilding Together Work Day 9/11/10

On Saturday, September 11, a team of volunteers led by Rebuilding Together House Captain,  our very own Jeremy Freyenhagen, began partial demolition work on a Lockwood home in desperate need of repair.  Floyd Harper has lived in the home for 37 years and is unable to do or pay to have the repairs done himself.  This […]