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Tips To Prevent Frozen Pipes

Posted on January 30, 2019
Avoid Plumbing Freeze Damage  Brr! It’s cold outside! Richmond, VA is experiencing extreme cold like much of the United States, and we want you to avoid trouble with your plumbing that can be caused by frigid weather.  When water in pipes freeze, the ice expands, creating as much as 2,000 pounds of pressure per square inch, enough to cause almost any pipe filled with water to rupture. The bad news is ...Read More
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Check Out Our Collection of Kitchen Cabinets in Richmond, VA

Posted on May 25, 2018
Visit our showroom to view our complete selection of kitchen cabinet styles, colors, and hardware choices for your next Richmond, VA remodeling project. Many know R.J. Tilley as the local plumbers you can trust, but did you also know we offer complete bathroom and kitchen remodeling? Designing a kitchen can be an exciting, but also an overwhelming project. The sheer number of choices for every item in the kitchen is ...Read More

4 things to think about before you remodel your kitchen.

Posted on January 4, 2018
Kitchens are not one size fits all. R.J. Tilley understands that every family is unique and so is your kitchen. Our designers are experienced to help you create the perfect kitchen just for your family. Think about these 4 questions when designing your kitchen.  #1 Who cooks in the kitchen? Are you the main cook or is it a family affair? Is the reason multiple people are not in the kitchen at ...Read More
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3 Kitchen Remodeling Myths You Need To Know

Posted on March 18, 2017
Remember that time you were watching your favorite house flipping show and they remodeled the kitchen in 24 hours? You thought to yourself: “I can do that!” So you decided to remodel your own kitchen, but instead you ended up wrecking it worse than a tornado. Oh, that hasn’t happened yet? Then you found this article just in time. Whether you’re determined to go forward with your DIY kitchen renovation ...Read More

Projects and Improvements to Increase Home Value

Posted on November 22, 2016
Everyone wants to increase the value of their home. Whether you intend to stay put, or plan to have it on the market soon, home improvements and upgrades can go a long way in boosting value. But not every project provides as good of a return as you might think. As a rule of thumb it’s good to steer clear of projects that are either very expensive, too specific in ...Read More
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Kitchen Countertop Trends

Posted on April 18, 2016
For many of us, kitchens are the heart of our home—it’s where things happen, people gather, holidays are celebrated, memories are made. When remodeling a kitchen, it’s important to look at the space as a whole and to have a clear idea and vision of how certain elements will connect and compliment one another. Whether you’re doing a full kitchen remodel or a piecemeal approach to upgrades, countertops are one ...Read More
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Kitchen Makeover Ideas that Organize and Modernize

Posted on December 28, 2015
A kitchen remodel is a big project. The process requires precise designing, careful planning, reliable contractors and let’s not forget, a defined budget. Estimating cost depends on the design plan, plus the materials and labor of any kitchen and bathroom remodeling job. According to 2015 data from ImproveNet.com, the average cost of a complete kitchen remodel is approximately $17,000 with homeowners spending anywhere as low as a few thousand dollars ...Read More
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Trends in aging in place and universal design remodeling

Posted on September 2, 2015
 The U.S. population is aging and many seniors want to continue living independently in their own homes. Creating a safe, livable environment to foster aging in place through universal design without the home screaming “this was made for old people” can be an easy task for professional remodelers.   Professional Remodeler Magazine's Jean Feingold has some tips on how to remodel your bathroom with style and functiality for the babyboomer generation. ...Read More
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Get Yout Kitchen Back-To-School Ready With R.J. Tilley

Posted on July 29, 2015
As the school year starts up again, new routines (school lunches, weeknight dinners, afternoon snack attacks!) threaten to send your kitchen into chaos. Follow these "10 Commandments of Clutter-Free Kitchens" to get organized and start the year off right. R.J. Tilley has a team of designers who can help you design a organized, functional and stress free kitchen. 1.Start a Snack Station Clear a pantry shelf that's low enough for ...Read More
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Preparing for Vacation? Don’t Forget Your Home

Posted on July 1, 2015
R.J. Tilley's mission this summer is to teach residents about making their homes vacation ready.Water damage is one of the most common and costly disasters to come home to. With even an 1/8 inch crack in your pipe it can release up to 250 gallons of water per day. We have a few tips to get you on the road to a vacation ready home. (more…)



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