Seeing Is Believing

We’ll be honest with you, one of the hardest parts of any remodeling project is trying to grasp just what a room will look like and feel like once it’s completed.  We know that seeing lines drawn on a paper and visualizing them as cabinets, doors, windows and appliances is complicated. Read more

Easy towel solution!

Do you have problems keeping your towels in the right place?  Moen has come up with a great new device –Moen RTR2000 Retractable Towel Ring – to help with this pesky problem.  Read more

Choosing the right “Wood” flooring for your kitchen

Wood flooring is a very popular choice for many homeowners planning a kitchen remodel. It’s long lasting, comfortable, easy to maintain and comes in a variety of colors and styles. Here are some suggestions to help you select the right “wood” product for your remodeling project. Read more

How we keep our customers informed

Riverside Construction is excited to announce that we are using a new web based home remodeler software!

In order to better meet the needs of our customers, we are now using BuilderTREND software. Read more

The Do’s of Home Remodeling

Remodeling Do’s

Looking forward to doing a remodeling project? These are some important first steps to take. Read more

How about this bathtub?

If you’re looking for ways to increase the visible size of your bathroom this may be one way to go. This ‘invisible’ bathtub, designed by Read more

Creating an Idea Book for your next Remodeling Project

For many people one of the biggest hurdles to starting a remodeling project is finding a starting place. One of the greatest ideas I’ve seen is creating an idea book. Read more

We care about your health!

Did you know that if your home was built before 1978 you may have lead paint on your walls? Read more

Our Favorite Toilet

Kohler-wellworth-toiletIt’s not everyone who has a favorite toilet- but we do.  Read more

Bathroom Trends for 2011

Every year the National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA) conducts a survey of 100 different contractors for the last three months of 2010.  These are the changes they noticed in their survey. Read more