3Rs Construction Has A New Pinterest Board Dedicated To Home Remodeling With Your Dog In Mind.
People love their pets! When a dog is welcomed into a home, they become part of the family and we can’t imagine life without them. Dogs protect us, love us unconditionally, provide comfort, leave us “presents” in the yard, and make us frustrated…all at the same time!
Are you remodeling your home with your pet in mind? Contact 3Rs Construction & Remodeling, your local contractor today!
Planning a kitchen remodel? 3Rs can help you design special storage cabinets for dog food and supplies, bed spaces, and hidden dog gates. You can even put unique dog-themed door knobs on your updated kitchen cabinets!
If a new or remodeled utility room is in order, maybe a dog grooming station would be just the ticket for you and Fido. A practical bath space is useful and convenient for any size dog and could be added to a garage as well.
Take advantage of unused space in your home for a special built-in dog kennel. Typically, the space under the stairs is empty and 3Rs can safely remodel that location for the perfect dog bedroom. Finish it off with a door or gate that fits right in with your home’s decor.
Whether you are remodeling your kitchen, bathroom, dining room, or bedroom, the 3Rs Pinterest board has some great suggestions for flooring that are pet-friendly. Also, we’ve found some great ways to save your door from scratches.
Take a look at the whole board and see if there’s something inspiring for your next home remodel. Remember 3Rs Construction wants to make living with your faithful friend as special and convenient as possible. Call us to come by phoning 503-363-1059 or fill out our online contact form. We’ll stay until the job is done.
Want a dog but don’t have one?
There are lots of adoptable dogs available in the Salem area that would love to have a happy home. Check out these local shelters:
- Willamette Humane Society
4246 Turner Rd SE, Salem, OR 97317
- Marion Country Dog Services
3550 Aumsville Hwy. SE, Salem, OR 97317
When you get your new furry friend, don’t forget to get some formal training. It’s a good experience for dogs AND owners. Dog shelters, veterinarians, and pet stores are good places to get information on local dog obedience classes. A well trained dog is a happy dog, and that makes for happy owners. Now, fetch!