Tiny Mac-Groveland Kitchen Boasts Big Makeover

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There wasn’t much to like about Sue Stein’s Mac-Groveland kitchen when she recruited Hoffman Weber to remodel the space. It was small and cluttered with limited storage, little counter space, an unvented gas stove and no dishwasher. Worst of all, the refrigerator resided in a landing between the… Read More

New Attraction at the Minnesota State Fair – Hoffman Weber’s Town of Not-So-Tiny Dog Houses & Playhouses

  Wonder how your house would look with siding that won’t need paint for 25 years, trim that is impervious to rot or a roof that will withstand Midwest hail and high winds? Then you’ll enjoy the Hoffman Weber Construction exhibit at the 2016 Minnesota State Fair… Read More

7 Pro Tips for Do It Yourself Remodeling

Do it yourself (DIY) can be very satisfying. Not the actual doing: That often is frustrating, painful and exhausting. But the pride from a completed project? It’s cause to have your brother-in-law over for beer and boasting (especially if you are a woman.) The problem is that many do-it-yourself… Read More

Hoffman Weber Supports Our Troops With a New Roof, So Can You

Honor Protection Although we remember fallen soldiers each Memorial Day for making the ultimate sacrifice, Hoffman Weber knows that all active duty military, wounded warriors and their families also pay the price for the freedoms, security and values we cherish. In that spirit, our roofing crews are… Read More

Jen and Mike’s ‘Amazing’ Minneapolis Kitchen Video Tour

Mike and Jen Martin had big ideas for their small Minneapolis kitchen. More counter space and storage. Improved floor plan and organization. Versatile, upscale appliances. Improved lighting and view of the yard. Quality materials. And above all, rich character. With the help of Hoffman… Read More

Before the Storm

A Free Roof Inspection & Homeowner Protection Program When a storm damages roofs in a neighborhood, property owners typically have two years to file insurance claims. However, if they fail to document that their properties were spared and sustain damage in a future storm, insurers may argue… Read More
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