You know how you have favorite stories that you like to tell over and over again? Well, this is one of our favorite creative design stories about a whole house remodel in Santa Cruz, CA.
Wellness Design in Your Home
The pandemic really changed how people live in and view their homes. And as a result, homeowners became more aware of health and safety concerns, and focused more on function than aesthetics, in a trend known as wellness design.
Talmadge Lights Up Starlight Elementary
Santa Cruz County homeowners know Talmadge Construction as a contractor they can trust for exceptional remodeling experiences – but not everyone is aware of the firm’s commitment to community service, local charities, and doing good work for our community’s kids and their families.
Awarding of “Talmadge Scholarships” Continue in 2022
At Talmadge, we’re driven by a strong sense of social responsibility. Our mission is to provide Santa Cruz County homeowners with an exceptional residential remodeling experience through integrity, clear communication, and process efficiency.
Considerations for Designing and Building an Outdoor Living Space for Your Santa Cruz County Oceanfront Property
You live on the ocean for a reason—you enjoy the sand, surf, and general well-being that comes from being outdoors. And, if you haven’t already upgraded your outdoor living space, it might be on your “to do” list for this year.
7 Considerations for Remodeling & Maintaining Oceanfront Property in Santa Cruz County
An oceanfront home on the California coast brings so many benefits. There are the beautiful ocean views, the glorious sunsets, the fresh coastal air, and the refreshing water in which to splash.
Pasatiempo Kitchen Remodel
The whole house remodel of this home built in the 1950s allowed the owners to re-imagine the style of their living space.
Rio Del Mar Mid-Century Kitchen
This Rio Del Mar home was built in 1974. The original cabinets were dark and sucked the light out of the room.
Capitola Depot Hill Kitchen
This Capitola Bungalow’s 40-year-old kitchen layout was workable for the homeowners, but they wanted a cleaner, brighter look with glass fronted uppers to display their collection of fiesta ware.
The Power of Community
When Christy Licker started Caroline’s Non-Profit Thrift Store, she had no idea how much it would grow in the first ten years.