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“If you invest wisely in beauty, it will remain with you all the days of your life”

- Frank Lloyd Wright

The Art of Refinement:

 To bring impeccable quality to and improve any environment with subtlety, sophistication, style, precision and finesse.

Your home is a valuable asset and a major investment. Whether you are trying to remodel your existing home or de-clutter and remove confusion from your life, the Design Refinement Group has a plan to suit your needs. With decades of experience, a passion for creativity and our understanding of today’s financial climate, we provide the perfect combination of skills to present your home at its very best.

initial consultation

Working with you through an initial consultation, we determine the best option to remodel your home and increase its value.

saving you money

Remodeling your home ultimately saves you money by increasing its value and avoiding a price reduction and extra time on the market.

increase market value

Make your home stand out! Remodeling your home increases its value while speeding up the selling process.

It’s beyond decorating and cleaning. It’s about perfecting the art of creating moods. Remodeling makes your home look bigger, brighter, cleaner, warmer, more loving and best of all, it makes home buyers want to buy it!

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