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Niagara Remodelling & Home Repair
Exterior Repairs and Make Over
structure back against the block wall. Removed the rotted supports. Added new supports and piers. Added a new set of removable steps. Installed aluminum capping
Jocelyn H. Chilvers
2 Reviews
tulip, Tulipa spp.
the plants bloom and then allow the foliage to die back and wither before removing it.
the plants bloom and then allow the foliage to die back and wither before removing it.
“Tulip” — showersun
Counter Dimensions
17 Reviews
Vestavia - Lee Welden Designer
Birmingham Alabama. The kitchen was tiny and had already had one wall removed between the eating area and the kitchen. It had been updated once many
removed wall to den
“really like this look” — klyonsnp
ShelfGenie of San Antonio
1 Review
Kitchen Pull Out Shelves
center stile removal...stile removal
“pull out shelves” — mydesignidea
Sylvie Meehan Designs
12 Reviews
Kitchen Remodel - Mc Cown
The island was an unnecessary barrier, too small to be useful, so we removed it to open up the space. We were able to open the space even more by relocating
backsplash materials we were able to make the hutch area stand out. We removed the wall pantry and built pantry cabinets so she would have easy access
“Backsplash” — jmhtate
Stephens Remodeling
9 Reviews
Addition and Wall removal in Williamsburg VA
Addition and Wall removal in Williamsburg VA
removed walls
“Pillars between LR and DR” — gini0574
Hometown Building/Intercept
3 Reviews
Bathroom Remodel
Complete Bathroom remodel. Remove all fixtures, radiator and window. Replace tub with special shaped walk-in shower. Includes, seat, two built-in niches
floor. The floor and design features are Ann Sacks penny rounds in Savoy. Remove radiator and replace heat with heat mat under tile floor extended into the
“Subway with funky tile” — tortugalora
A Kitchen That Works LLC
32 Reviews
Post WWII Rambler Kitchen Remodel
A wall separating the kitchen and dining room was removed to open up the space and allow the natural light to flow. French doors to the back yard patio
By removing a wall between the dining
“Built in shelf” — rebeccaxvig
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