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Samuel H. Williamson Associates
1 Review
shwa
Ideabooks5,817
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ProfessionalsTalk with your landscape maintenance company about switching to an organic plan. The lawn-mowing, weed-removing business is very competitive, and
transition to an organic plan. If your current company is unable to provide organic service, find somebody else. Search for Houzz landscape contractor professionals using phrases like “organic lawn,” “ecolandscaping” and “sustainable landscape maintenance.”
“NICE EXAMPLE OF NO LAWN FRONT YARD...........” — barb247
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
Metes & Bounds Landscape Design was established in 2004 as a landscape architecture firm dedicated to providing full-service design/build solutions for residential properties.
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Betty Wasserman
26 Reviews
MacDougal Manor
Ideabooks11,008
Questions9
workings hide behind your bathroom walls. Sometimes the structure of your home gets in the way of the perfect control placement. But with care a professional can install a system that works for you. Tip: Arrange controls for multiple showerheads in an order that would make sense to a guest. You can see
head and body jets in this shower. Since the rain head is the highest fixture, I'd give its control valve the highest placement. You can have a professional install things any way you like — there's no set rule — but try to create a sensible system from the perspective of someone who has never used your
“White” — lagabaldon
Kimberly Demmy Design
7 Reviews
Modern Home | Kimberly Demmy Design
Ideabooks9,013
Questions9
your motivation as well as your spine. A proper chair and work desk will greatly increase your productivity. They will also define your office as a professional workspace.
“cabinetry on side” — Andrew Thielen
Fiorella Design
13 Reviews
San Jose Res 2
Ideabooks422K
Questions241
Tips for Professionals, From ProfessionalsKeep up your profile. Keep your Houzz profile updated with your most recent photos. Designer Mary Fiorella attributes her success on Houzz
“backsplash, white finishes” — Brittany Nixon
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
40 Reviews
Camelia Court
Ideabooks62,218
Questions48
A design plan is typically priced on a fixed-cost basis. The design fees are determined by experience with projects of similar scale and budget. Professional practices may vary, but this is the most common approach. Pricing typically starts around $2,500 and upward, depending on the project. Coming next:
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“raised fireplace” — jenmiley
sarahandgarth
Kitchen and family room renovation
Ideabooks5,788
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you'll be looking at this cabinetry every day — so make sure you have the ability to make it look good. If you're feeling unsure, look into hiring a professional painter. While it may be more expensive, these pros can probably get the work done in much less time and with a result of much higher quality. "Always
"Always get a few opinions," says Thomspon. "Regardless of your decision, talking to several companies will be a learning experience." Many professionals will use spray applications to get the smoothest finish, which can make a huge difference. Painting cabinetry can be a lot of work — but whether you
“cabinets” — Jo Anderson
Harry Braswell Inc.
6 Reviews
GREEN with Envy: LEED Certified Whole House Renovation
Ideabooks173K
Questions110
Awards were given in two categories: Design and Customer Satisfaction. If you see a green Design badge on a professional’s profile page, that means one (or more) of the portfolio images was among those that were added to the most ideabooks in 2013. (Houzz’s 16 million
“Backsplash, countertops” — meamommy
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
22 Reviews
my office
Ideabooks13,646
Questions10
taught, the same way as plumbing or electrical knowledge is taught."Somewhere in the MiddleOthers in the industry say a fine line distinguishes professional interior designers who are educated in surface maintenance, light fixture selection, fireproofing, soundproofing, material types and durability
innate." Houzz user cjbirk adds, "a license won't make a designer better, but in hiring a licensed designer, the client will be assured that the professional has met the minimum competency of the profession."Houzzers, tell us: Should a license be required to practice interior design? Please share your
“Double desks” — Chyna
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