July 16, 2015 Newsletter


July 16, 2015 Newsletter


Bathroom Remodeling Considerations


Take a moment to consider how often the bathroom gets used in a home. Besides the kitchen, bathrooms get the most traffic from family members and guests alike. With everything that goes on in the bathroom, it might be time to consider remodeling these rooms so that they highlight your unique personality.

One of the most important questions to ask is what your bathrooms are primarily used for. Different bathrooms in the house might have different purposes. For example, the master bathroom might be the place in the house for long baths and soft music, the children’s bathroom for playtime, and the guest bathroom to impress.

The purpose for that space will dictate your remodeling choices. If more people use one bathroom over another, it makes sense to focus more on function than fashion. If the guest bathroom is meant to impress visitors, the design of that space will be critical. More elaborate features will go into redesigning the master bathroom, one of the most important spaces in the house.

Of course, budget is an important consideration as well. Homeowners must keep cost in mind as they plan out their bathroom renovations. The cost of remodeling a bathroom includes both fixtures (showers, tubs, toilets, and sinks) as well as the design materials that make up the floor, countertops, and cabinets.

Remodeling a bathroom so that it is the perfect blend of functionality and design is the key. Professional renovation services can make your dreams come true while staying within your time frame and budget.


Keeping Those Cattle Rollin’


BRInc took pride in being part of the Idaho Cattle Association’s Centennial Cattle Drive on Saturday, July 18, 2015. The Idaho Cattle Association celebrated its 100 years with a cattle drive in Garden City along Chinden Boulevard.

Wranglers herded around 25 longhorns down the road in the signature event of the Idaho Cattle Association’s festivities. The cattle drive began at 9:30 a.m. and lasted about an hour.

As clean-up experts, BRInc helped with waste removal after the cows passed through.



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