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Kitchenette
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food service
“grays and browns” — lesleyf4
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Benzinger Terrace - Brentwood, TN
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Built in Buffett and service area
“Lights and seating area.” — Kaia Calhoun
Traditional Basement
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White on white - makes everything more expansive. Framed window and cabinetry to conceal access panel to service meters would go well with this style
“Posts and ceiling posts” — Christy Hill
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Contemporary Basement by Troy Interior Designer Terry Ellis, ASID - Room Service Interior Design
“Lights” — alpaviaiv
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Bar service ledge idea
“also realistic, i like the geometrics” — mkalayil
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Lake House
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Very tidy electrical services.
“Floor” — lsmiller2
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Pushing the Envelope
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You Move Into a New House Have the mechanical equipment cleaned and serviced. Do this as soon as you buy the house. Getting the heating and cooling systems cleaned and other routine tasks done is important — as is getting a service contract so if the system stops working in the depths of winter, you'll
Service and Clean the Furnace Why: When your furnace isn’t running properly, it will suck energy and can even emit harmful carbon monoxide. How: Call a pro
6. Have the mechanical equipment cleaned and serviced. Do this as soon as you buy the house. Getting the heating and cooling systems cleaned and other routine tasks done is important — as is getting a service contract so if the system stops working in the depths of winter, you'll
“cool system!” — Julia Reshetko
Sila Heating & Air Conditioning
Buderus Boiler
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1. Have a professional service your heating system. My guess is that your heater doesn't look like the modern, pristine model in this photo. It probably sits in a basement, garage or closet, ignored until you turn on the thermostat and nothing happens. Unless your boiler or furnace is brand new, you
you should have it periodically serviced by a professional to keep it running cleanly and efficiently. But there are many other things you can and should do to get ready for the heating season.
“Nice sleek look” — cbrodriguez
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