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Schon HouseJose Garcia Design
Get the names of the contractor’s last three to five clients and ask all of them these questions. Did the contractor seem knowledgeable and resourceful? Was he on budget? Was he on time? If there were delays or cost overruns, was it the contractor who caused them? If so, how did he deal
deal with them? Did the client feel the contractor worked collaboratively to come up with mutually satisfactory resolutions to problems, or was the tone combative? Were the clients happy with the workmanship and the contractor’s subcontractors’ work? Did he keep a clean site? How was he with follow-up
transparent. Simply put, your contractor buys materials and charges you an hourly rate to install them. But in the hands of an unethical contractor, you might find yourself on the wrong end of a hefty bill, as latent conditions also tend not to be covered. In reality, most contractors will break up their bid
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
in an unobtrusive spot.Now the homeowner's basement is a high-functioning and comforting space that welcomes guests with open arms.More: Get a contractor's tips for finishing a basement the right way
Masculine Vintage BedroomKenneth Brown Design
an aesthetic level, as it keeps space temperatures stable and helps save energy. Tip: As already noted, homeowners need to understand that concrete cracks. That said, it’s worth talking to your designer and contractor about finding ways to limit the cracking. “For this project, we poured 5-inch-thick
who lives here loves to skateboard and run in and out of the pool. Concrete provides the durability he needs while adding to the design’s modern vibe. Tip: Kenneth Brown recommends embracing concrete as a casual material that will crack and wear with time. Disguise scuffs and surface scratches by waxing
lives here loves to skateboard and run in and out of the pool. Concrete provides the durability he needs while adding to the design’s modern vibe. Tip: Kenneth Brown recommends embracing concrete as a casual material that will crack and wear with time. Disguise scuffs and surface scratches by waxing
The Olivers HouseJamie Laubhan-Oliver
Finish every room with a green plant. A good tip no matter the size of your space, but especially relevant for small space dwellers. In addition to cleaning the air and adding a bit of interest, plants
10. Finish every room with a green plant. A good tip no matter the size of your space, but especially relevant for small space dwellers. In addition to cleaning the air and adding a bit of interest, plants
10. Finish every room with a green plant. A good tip no matter the size of your space, but especially relevant for small space dwellers. In addition to cleaning the air and adding a bit of interest, plants
New Canaan ResidenceSpecht Harpman Architects
having problems with contractors on your project, it might be tough for you to verify that they are properly carrying out the intent of the drawings, or even which contractor is actually responsible for the issue. It can be hard to know where the responsibility for one contractor ends and the other begins
constructed early in the process, which affects contractors later in the job. And if that earlier contractor has left to another job, it’s oftentimes difficult to get the person back onsite to fix those mistakes. Plus, it’s costly for new contractors to fix another’s mistakes. We had one client who
Bosque ResidenceEnvironmental Dynamics, Inc.
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just an aesthetic level, as it keeps space temperatures stable and helps save energy. Tip: As already noted, homeowners need to understand that concrete cracks. That said, it’s worth talking to your designer and contractor about finding ways to limit the cracking. “For this project, we poured 5-inch-thick
an aesthetic level, as it keeps space temperatures stable and helps save energy. Tip: As already noted, homeowners need to understand that concrete cracks. That said, it’s worth talking to your designer and contractor about finding ways to limit the cracking. “For this project, we poured 5-inch-thick
J. Hirsch Interior Design PortfolioJ. Hirsch Interior Design, LLC
I'm glad my friend told me about Houzz so I could get these great tips! I checked out the link you sent and liked the photos. Thank you SO much. Their studio is only about 15 mins from my home.
It is picture frame molding from a frame store that the contractor installed to my dimensions. My workroom then upholstered inside the frame with padding and a linen fabric.
I purchased a very thick and heavy framing molding from a frame shop in 10' long sticks and had my contractor have it cut and installed to the size that I wanted. My workroom then upholstered inside and applied the fabric. Janie Hirsch
the shape of the pleat, which looks like a goblet. For this treatment, a cone of fabric is formed and pinched slightly together at the desired length. Tip: The more goblets you add to the top of this treatment, the more formal and elegant it will look.
SOUTH COOGEE - HouseCapital Building
basement with space built around her furnace and water heater! We want to put in two windows for light and emergency access to leave. We have a contractor hired to help but we would also like to provide some of the details and help to defray the financial costs for our daughter who is expecting a second
Thanks for the tip! Love this room, btw.
small nails, hammered by hand, light weight material and tools, one man job. I could cut the bark using a big scissors (used the garden scissors:) ). Tip: paint the wall dark brown before putting up bark, so gaps hide. I did this in August 2013, and it is still standing all right (it's March 2014 now)
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Thanks for your interest. The lamps were purchased from Nowells furniture in Wilson, NC . Please contact Andrew Roby General Contractors (704) 344-5477
Thank you for your interest in Andrew Roby! We are a general contractor specializing in custom homes, renovations, kitchen and bath remodels, handyman services and commercial work. We work with a variety of outside
Quaker Bluff ResidenceBirdseye Design
help to make your side of the bed feel like its own private corner of the house. Plus, you don't have to leave your cozy nest to switch them off. Tip: Hang wall-mounted reading lights close to the sides of the bed or above it (about 6 inches from the edge of the mattress or headboard). Place them at
tips:Wall-mounted lights flanking a bed should be placed 21 inches above the top of the mattress or 42 inches above the finished floor, provided you are
also help to make your side of the bed feel like its own private corner of the house. Plus, you don't have to leave your cozy nest to switch them off. Tip: Hang wall-mounted reading lights close to the sides of the bed or above it (about 6 inches from the edge of the mattress or headboard). Place them at
Best Builders ltdBest Builders ltd
must. Dimmer switches are a flexible and practical way to help control how much light is being used, saving energy and helping bulbs last longer. Tip: Avoid dimming all your recessed lights with one switch so you can dim lights by zone. Wouldn't it be thoughtful to have separate dimmer switches for
must. Dimmer switches are a flexible and practical way to help control how much light is being used, saving energy and helping bulbs last longer. Tip: Avoid dimming all your recessed lights with one switch so you can dim lights by zone. Wouldn't it be thoughtful to have separate dimmer switches for
a must. Dimmer switches are a flexible and practical way to help control how much light is being used, saving energy and helping bulbs last longer. Tip: Avoid dimming all your recessed lights with one switch so you can dim lights by zone. Wouldn't it be thoughtful to have separate dimmer switches for
Knudson InteriorsKnudson Interiors
Unfortunately the general contractor is no longer in business and I do not have access to the sub contractors information. Sorry.
a room full of windows, this strategically placed fireplace has the maximum effect, thanks to the all-black window casings and fireplace tile.Design tip: A double-sided design in this room would turn the fireplace opening into another window.
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