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Mahoney Architects & Interiors
18 Reviews
Tiburon home remodel
is the island free standing or does it need to be secured to the floor? if not secured, do you think without the shelve below it could be freestanding and also have enough space to slide a couple of bar stools under it
“wood with granite” — jincorvia
Loudoun County Premier Home Builder
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Holzman Interiors, Inc.
11 Reviews
Home Office
I love the open wall behind the shelves, how did you secure the shelves to the back wall?
They are secured through all the drawers and built in desk. Then they are all screwed to the ceiling. I don't believe the individual shelves are nailed at all. If
“Shelving” — maureenbrown
Edmunds Studios Photography, Inc.
1 Review
How is the pergola secured to the concrete foundation?
They were secured in the ground first and the concrete was poured around them.
“dades” — Constantinos Kozas
Michael Abrams Limited
20 Reviews
Lincoln Park West Master Bed A
How did you secure the panels? Did you secure them with the nail gun with the foam and then wrap them? I'm having a hard time understanding the process. Thanks!
“Back wall” — nallely210
Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard
16 Reviews
Small Space Bathroom
wall. Totally impractical is what I would call it. You can get it with a hinged glass but most installations I see are fixed glass which would be more secure. On the other hand, if you want a walk-in shower without tub, I've seen an "L" shaped glass used effectively. The short arm of the L keeps the water
A bead of caulking only? without any other way of securing the glass to the ceiling/wall/tub? please, clarify. thank you.
“Tile different in niche” — epg4
Dresser Homes
9 Reviews
Family Room
What I am referring to are the grilles which are attached to the inside of the windows and secured by small pins. I have seem them broken when people attempt to open a double hung window by pushing on the grilles. I have also seen them warp. Perhaps
An 8' door is more likely to warp than a 6'8" door. Pine is more volatile than Mahogany. Also, doors with a three-point locking mechanism, which secure the top, middle, and bottom are a good way of keeping the doors from warping. Good luck! Gary Dresser Dresser Homes
“floor, built ins” — cantada22
Matarozzi Pelsinger Builders
4 Reviews
Nob Hill Condominium
How do you secure the mirror?
Hi, Gorgeous bathroom, can you please tell me how the mirror is secured to the wall? Thank you.
“Powder” — danitahinton
Heritage Iron and Decor
6 Reviews
Wrought Iron Security Door and Hand Rails
Wrought Iron Security Door and Hand Rails
Wrought iron security doors and handrails. Location: Knoxville, TN
Wrought iron security doors
security doors...Security door...security doors
“Security door” — mmrd
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