Part 4: Historic Ritter House Remodel

Thank you for following our remodel of The Ritter House, a circa 1920 historic home in the Eastside neighborhood of Fort Collins. For additional photos and backstory, be sure to explore Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 of this blog series. And as promised, here’s a little more history about the family the home […]

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When to Scrape and Build New vs. Remodel What You Have

“We bought an older home in a neighborhood we absolutely love, and the house needs A LOT of work. Does it make more sense to remodel the existing structure, or tear it down to the foundation and build new?” We hear this question all the time, and the short answer is: it depends. It depends […]

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Living the Active, Downsized Dream in Old Town Loveland

HighCraft project manager D Walker, and his wife Beverly, lived in a 4,200 square-foot home in Loveland for years before they bought a small property in downtown Loveland. Their goal? To remodel and rent the 1,100-s.f. brick bungalow built in 1900, and then build a brand-spanking new alley house as their primary residence. D and […]

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Part 3: Historic Ritter House Remodel

Thank you for following our remodel of The Ritter House, a circa 1920 historic home in the Eastside neighborhood of Fort Collins. In this post, we’re excited to share new photos of the project and some history of the neighborhood. For additional “before” photos and a little backstory, be sure to check out Part 1 […]

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HighCraft Talks “Man Caves” in NoCo Style Magazine

Ask ten guys to describe their ideal man cave, and be prepared for ten different answers. But one thing is certain – a man cave should reflect the personality and lifestyle of the man who uses it. Do you like to gather with friends and watch the big game on television? Or do you need […]

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HighCraft Donations Come Full Circle

At HighCraft Builders, we recognize that our company is only as strong as the community where we live, work and raise our families. That’s why we started Full Circle, a nonprofit program dedicated to the salvage and sale of used construction materials to build a better community. Every year, HighCraft removes a small mountain of materials […]

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Modern Kitchen Remodel

Is your kitchen feeling blue? Check out this modern HighCraft open-concept kitchen remodel for design inspiration. See more HighCraft kitchen projects in our GALLERY. And if you or someone you know is thinking about remodeling an existing home, or perhaps building new, contact HighCraft for a free, no-risk consultation.

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Part 2: Historic Ritter House Remodel

Our crew continues to make progress on the whole-house remodel of the Ritter House, a circa 1920 historic home in the Eastside neighborhood of Fort Collins. This is Part 2 of our update, which covers some highlights from the month of May. For additional “before” photos and a little backstory, be sure to check out […]

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Qualified Remodeler Magazine Features HighCraft

Qualified Remodeler Magazine recently talked to HighCraft Builders co-founder Dwight Sailer about the secret to our company’s longevity in the remodeling industry. The latest issue of the magazine shares our origin story, how we made it through the 2008 recession, and our guiding principles, in the article “HighCraft Builders delivers quality workmanship and superior customer […]

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Mudrooms Keep Houses Tidy

Today’s April showers will bring May flowers … and the dirty job of cleaning wet paws, boots and jackets before they hit our clean floors and furniture. A mudroom creates a practical buffer between the indoors and outdoors, and it provides smart storage, a way to contain messes, and a convenient place for pet supplies […]

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