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Jul 22 · 3 months
5 questions for Steve with New England Home Magazine

Luxury kitchens get a second life thanks to Steve Feldman, founder of the non-profit, Renovation Angel. Steve Feldman sits with New England Home Magazine and answers 5 questions about how recycling during home renovations can save up to 50,000 luxury kitchens a year from going into the landfills. READ ARTICLE

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Jul 15 · 3 months
This Year’s Renovation Can Pay For Next Year’s Summer Vacation

‘Tis the season for lazy afternoons on the sand and out of office messages on email. Wishing you had planned a little more down time this summer especially with your big renovation ahead? Here’s the best news you’ve heard all day: Your kitchen remodel can pay for next summer’s vacation. Really. Just be smart about [...]

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Jun 27 · 4 months
Remodeling? Make Sure You Do These 3 Things to Save Money

Looking to save money on your upcoming kitchen remodel, but don’t want it to look like you saved a bunch of money? Consider these three luxury-for-less renovation tips. Time it Right Clearly it would be easier to schedule major kitchen construction during the summer months when vacations and great weather have you less tied to [...]

Lisa Feldman
May 27 · 5 months
Pete Deane, Our first Responsible Renovator.

We’re proud to have Pete Deane as our first Responsible Renovator in our new Ambassador Program. Pete has been recycling kitchens since 2005. To date, he has saved over 200 tons of materials from landfills. Learn about Pete and some of his beautiful work below. Rooms everlasting. Since 1961, the Deane family has built a [...]

Nathalie Gray
May 17 · 5 months
Paid Too Much In Taxes Last Year? Make Sure Your Kitchen Remodel Is Working For You

Were taxes a little more painful this year than last year? Since new laws cap the amount of deductible property (and income) tax at $10,000, those of us living in states with high property taxes inevitably felt the pinch. Looking for ways to get more relief in 2019? Make sure you’re doing your kitchen remodel [...]

Lisa Feldman
Apr 23 · 6 months
Earth Day Resolution: 3 Ways you can be a more responsible renovator

Sustainable design has a place in every renovation project. Especially when you consider that a series of small decisions can add up and have a big environmental impact. This year, make an Earth Day resolution to build your next project a little greener. Here are three easy ways to get it done. Recycle the Kitchen [...]

Nathalie Gray
Apr 12 · 6 months
Do you have to throw out your old kitchen when you remodel? Top Designers say, “No”.

Your kitchen renovation plans are set and that gorgeous-ness can’t happen soon enough. But before the new can come in, the old has to go out. What do you do with your old kitchen? You’ve already offered it to everyone you know and had no takers. Do you really have to demolish your perfectly functional [...]

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Mar 28 · 7 months
3 Sustainability Trends from the 2019 Arch Digest Show

The future of sustainable design was crystal clear at this year’s 2019 Arch Digest show, which wrapped in New York City on Sunday. As four-hundred luxury brands gathered under one roof to represent a truly stop-in-your-tracks vision of function and gorgeousness – an encouraging number of these companies brought a lens trained on sustainability, with [...]

Cristina Fard
Oct 25 · 12 months
Renovation Angel Featured on NBC’s “George to the Rescue”

Thanks to our Industry Advocate SilverLining, the NYC general contractor + construction management experts, Renovation Angel was recently asked to be a part of NBC’s Emmy award-winning show George to the Rescue. Host George Oliphant and his team of contractors and designers rescue the homes of deserving people, and in this special episode they come to [...]

Cristina Fard
Oct 17 · 1 year
An Evening with SilverLining in NYC

Renovation Angel was thrilled to be a co-sponsor of the SilverLining Fall Party on October 4th, 2018. The event brought together 200 friends and colleagues at The Museum of the City of New York for a special look at  “Elegance in the Sky: The Architecture of Rosario Candela.”  In addition to the inspiring surroundings, guests [...]