ranch style house

Remodel Outside Ranch Homes with Porches

One of the complaints that homeowners of Ranch style homes have is that the outside of the house is boring, there’s nothing to set it off from other homes of the same style. Patios, Paths and Walkways are a great way to remodel outside ranch homes. If your ranch style home is like most, it’s […]

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Traditional Doors For 1950s Ranch

The door is more than an entrance to your home; it’s a way to invite others into your life.  Traditional doors for 1950s ranch style homes were solid wood doors that had small windows in various configurations to allow you to see who was at the door. When homeowners remodel, they often switch out the […]

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Choosing Colors For A Brick Ranch Style House

Image via Wikipedia What paint colors go well with pink brick ranch houses? Do you need help choosing colors for a brick ranch style house? Recently got just this question. House Colors: Exterior Color by Style of Architecture “I need help. buying a ranch style home in Texas built in 1974 and it needs a […]

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1950s Ranch House Renovation Guide

How could a small addition add value to your 1950’s Ranch Style House? Additions to a home are usually require a much larger budget than remodeling within the house footprint. But if you could add on an entire master suite… wouldn’t that add tremendously to your homes value? photo credit: ryanrumsey Would a 1950’s Ranch […]

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Southwest Ranch Style Houses

What is the difference between Ranch Style Homes and Southwest Ranch Style Houses? Let’s look at what’s the same in all Ranch Style Homes: They are not always one story. Their are some ranch style homes that are called “raised ranch houses”. These homes are actually 2 story, but the first floor is garage and […]

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How To Paint Paneling

If you live in a 1950’s or even a 1970’s ranch style home… you probably have some wood paneling. It might be just the look you want… but most of us want it to just go away. If removing wood paneling is not an option… what are we to do? photo credit: trekkyandyI I had […]

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