PUBLICATIONS

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Built by Blue Sound Construction, designed by MaKe Design, photos by Alex Hayden

Homeowner Publications

Remodelers Directory & HomeMatters Magazine

You have a dream. A vision of what your home should be. And you now have access to remodelers in your city who can make it happen.

 

Seattle Times Homework

Our weekly Seattle Times column featuring fresh ideas, weekend DIY projects, and expert advice on all things home. Look forward to HomeWork every Sunday.

Member Submissions 

Articles are consumer-based and run 500–600 words, with content focused on novice to intermediate projects and ideas for area homeowners. There is no fee to be featured—this is a member benefit and a fantastic way to spotlight your business. Each contributing member will receive a byline that includes their company name and link to their website.

To be featured:

  1. Claim your date! Contact our marketing team at homework@mbaks.com
  2. Come up with a good topic
  3. Write the article and submit it and any relevant photos to our marketing team by the deadline

Check out recent submissions below for some inspiration!

  • Frozen Pipes? Follow These Steps to Get Back in the Flow

    Posted on Feb 22, 2018 in:
    • Maintain
    • Seattle Times HomeWork
    • Homeowners
    As winter slowly crawls to an end here in Seattle, it’s natural that some of us will stumble upon a frozen pipe. A frozen pipe isn’t the end of the world, but a pipe that has burst can cause thousands of dollars in damage to your home.
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  • Design-Build Might Be the Best Method for Your Next Remodel

    Posted on Oct 5, 2017 in:
    • Remodel
    • Seattle Times HomeWork
    • Homeowners
    There are three approaches to home remodel design: you can use design software to create your own model, hire an independent designer or architect, or use the services of a design-build remodeling firm. Let's take a closer look at each of these approaches.
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  • Is a Cluttered Closet Robbing You of Precious Hours?

    Posted on Sep 21, 2017 in:
    • Seattle Times HomeWork
    • Maintain
    • Homeowners
    Studies have shown that the average American spends up to 45 minutes a day just looking for their stuff. What if you could save 20 of those 45 minutes per day? Twenty minutes a day adds up to 10 hours a month. That's like saving a whole day's work every month, just by being more organized.
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