RW Anderson Homes

(206) 383-8084
rwandersonhomes.com

Business Description
For over a decade, RW Anderson Homes has been constructing custom homes and luxury home renovations in the Seattle Metro area. RW Anderson's exquisite homes have earned praise not only from satisfied clients, but also from fellow new home builders in the industry. This praise has molded their reputation as one of the premier custom home builders in Seattle and King County.
Location:
Seattle, WA US 
Type:
 
Address:
5033 17th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98105 
Fax:
(206) 524-3776 
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Architecture: Why Choose Skylights?

Drench your home in natural light and weave in some roof-side creativity, too, with a stylish and super-useful skylight Full Story
     Comment   July 23, 2014
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10 Smart Ideas for Your Laundry Room Remodel

Make washing and drying easier and more comfortable by considering ergonomics, storage and special features Full Story
     Comment   July 20, 2014
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pursekeys
Thanks to John Whipple for some important comments. We live in a contemporary 1974 house, and although its overall design is still very much in today's style of living, we discovered that the 1974 plumbing is not big enough to handle a direct connection to the washing machine and would be very expensive and disruptive to replace. As a result, we can't eliminate the large laundry tub that handles the water discharge and are currently looking for something in stainless steel that is easier to clean than the existing acrylic (?) model. If you live in a pre 80's house, make sure your plumbing can handle a direct water discharge while planning your remodel. Also, we discovered that our existing laundry chute is considered a fire hazard and we boarded it up; I'm surprised that they are still being made. I still use my top loading washer; it runs perfectly after 13 years, so my initial interest in moving to a more "fashionable" front load look in the laundry room has waned considerably. Do your technical homework before remodeling a wet area that requires certain safety standards in plumbing, electrical, and floor surfaces.
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dawnstrazzeri
My stove is more of a fire hazard than my laundry chute. People can go overboard worrying about every safety hazard in life.
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10 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Buying Any Kitchen Appliance

Consider these important queries and you might just make life easier for yourself in the kitchen Full Story
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