PUBLICATIONS

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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!

  • When Remodeling, Patience is Key

    Posted on May 23, 2019 in:
    • Remodel
    • Seattle Times HomeWork
    • Homeowners
    Horror stories usually start with the same misguided approach: we know most of what we want, so let’s just start and figure out the rest as we go. This may work well for some things in life, but improvisation is a terrible approach for a remodel.
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  • Feng Shui Tips for Spring

    Posted on May 16, 2019 in:
    • Maintain
    • Seattle Times HomeWork
    • Homeowners
    Create a positive experience in your home this spring with a touch of feng shui.
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  • Breathing Easier: Maintaining Indoor Air Quality During a Remodel

    Posted on May 9, 2019 in:
    • Seattle Times HomeWork
    • Remodel
    • Homeowners
    Microscopic particulates are a major concern during remodels. Putting in a new kitchen and bath or repurposing a space often requires some demolition, leading to drywall, wood, and concrete dust in the air. Before you start knocking down walls, here are some things to consider.
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