Reno of the Month: Align by Design — Shifting Your Home’s Energy Before & After Your Remodel

By Nicola Caul Shelley, Synergy Design & Construction

Ever feel unsettled in your home but not quite sure why? It has a lot to do with energy.

Often we focus our attention on pretty countertops and new flooring, but if we don’t clear the stagnant energy from our homes, we’re sometimes left feeling drained and depleted without really knowing why.

With most of us spending more time in our homes than we ever imagined, this is the perfect opportunity to find out how to shift that energy. Join us on Friday, June 26 at 1 p.m. EST as Mina Fies, CEO of Synergy Design & Construction, shares best practices on how to shift your home’s energy both before and after a remodel. Mina is a Zen Remodeler, Certified Practitioner of Interior Alignment™(Instinctive Feng Shui) and a Certified Green Professional (CGP).

The webinar is FREE. Claim your spot now!

If you can’t make the webinar but you’re ready to remodel, we can help! We’re open and employing our innovative methods that allow us to continue to deliver our same caring customer service and beautiful home remodels, while keeping our team and client safety and well being as our top priority.

See more of our projects and hear from clients who have renovated happy during the pandemic with Synergy Design & Construction here!

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