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Another Morning with Rick Bartelt and Amanda Coakley on WISN’s “The Remodeling Show”

News/Talk 1130 WISNOnce again, our very own Rick Bartelt and Amanda Coakley joined Paul Kronforst on News/Talk WISN 1130’s “The Remodeling Show.”

Kronforst and representatives from some of the area’s most respected remodelers, contractors, and home improvement companies take your questions about products, services, and more.

Listen here!

Check Out Rick Bartelt and Amanda Coakley on News/Talk 1130 WISN’s “The Remodeling Show”

News/Talk 1130 WISNRecently our very own father-daughter duo, Rick Bartelt and Amanda Coakley, joined Paul Kronforst on News/Talk WISN 1130’s “The Remodeling Show.”

Kronforst and representatives from some of the area’s most respected remodelers, contractors, and home improvement companies take your questions about products, services, and more.

Listen here!

Listen to Rick Bartelt on News/Talk 1130 WISN’s “The Remodeling Show”

News/Talk 1130 WISNRecently our very own Rick Bartelt and industry partner Josh Brown from Bliffert Lumber joined Paul Kronforst on News/Talk WISN 1130’s “The Remodeling Show.”

Kronforst and representatives from some of the area’s most respected remodelers, contractors, and home improvement companies take your questions about products, services, and more.

Listen here!

An Ode to Herringbone

You’re looking for timeless options in your home – something that won’t be dated in a matter of a few years but still adds style and intrigue to your space. May we suggest herringbone? Before we dive into the reasons we love herringbone and show you some of our fabulous examples, let’s look at a simple definition:

[ H E R R I N G B O N E ]

NOUN | ˈher-iŋ-ˌbōn, ˈhe-riŋ-

Herringbone is a pattern made up of 45 degree angles that form a ‘V’ shape.

Now, why do we love it?

[ S T Y L E ] Whether used with simple materials or something more dynamic (such as marble), laying tile or wood in an unexpected pattern like herringbone adds an element of style and elegance. For instance, if this tile was laid in a standard grid or running bond pattern, it may not have been as interesting or unique.

Family Room Tile

[ T I M E L E S S ] Herringbone seems to be a pattern that stands the test of time. Perhaps, it’s the fact that it adds subtle interest and doesn’t overwhelm a room. You don’t grow weary of it like trendy or ornate details. It also isn’t associated with a specific time period, so in a couple of years, people won’t be saying, “That’s so 2017.”

Fox Point Kitchen Remodel

[ T E X T U R E ] If you’re looking for texture, herringbone may be the answer! Again, it’s an understated detail, adding just enough variation to create warmth and character in your home.

Wauwatosa Kitchen Remodel

[ M O V E M E N T ] Herringbone adds movement. It commands visitors’ attention and guides their eyes through a room, giving the illusion of more space.

Wauwatosa Sunroom Remodel

[ V E R S A T I L I T Y ] Herringbone isn’t reserved for one particular style. It can complement a contemporary space as well as traditional or rustic homes.  It also has various applications in the home – giving contrast to a traditional subway tile, spicing up the interior of a fireplace, adding texture to a hardwood floor, highlighting a niche in the bathroom, offering dimension to a tile floor. There are no limits!

Wauwatosa Family Room Remodel

Bartelt Family Featured in M Magazine

The Bartelt family was featured in the special “Faces of Metro MKE” section in M Magazine’s June 2017 issue.

Click on the photo to read the feature!

M Magazine FACE 2017

 

Bartelt Team Featured in M Magazine

The Bartelt team was featured in the special “Faces of Metro MKE” section in M Magazine’s June 2016 issue.

Bartelt Remodeling Team

The Faces of Exceptional Remodeling Experiences

Celebrating its 32nd year, Bartelt. The Remodeling Resource is a premier, family-owned remodeling firm serving southeastern Wisconsin homeowners.

Whether renovating an existing home or building a new one, Bartelt’s award-winning in-house designers, production staff and expert carpenters work closely with clients to take their ideas for their home, create a workable design, and make it a reality.

“Our goal is to not only provide meticulous design and craftsmanship to homeowners, but to also form meaningful relationships with our clients,” says Rick Bartelt, owner.  “I believe the fact that the majority of our projects last year were repeat or referral clients speaks volumes to our team’s success in creating a client-centric process.”

Rick and the entire Bartelt team have grown the company to become an industry leader and strive to create an exceptional remodeling experience for their clients.  “We would not be where we are today without the support, creativity, and expertise of our customers, employees and trade partners,” Rick explains.  “We are truly fortunate to work with the best.”

See the feature on pages 38-39 here.

Rick Bartelt Interview in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Rick Bartelt was recently interviewed for a feature in the Building Lifestyles section of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.  Check out the article “Building a quality reputation” to learn more about Rick and the Bartelt team.

Rick Bartelt in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

See it online here.