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Bathroom Workbook: 12 Things to Consider for Your Remodel

Maybe a tub doesn’t float your boat, but having no threshold is a no-brainer. These points to ponder will help you plan Full Story
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Yes, by all means, safety bars. And if not now, at least the blocking for them to be added later. In my 'Your new house' portfolio I plan to pass on, I have visually recorded every improvement we have done. Down to the studs pictures of blocking, electrical runs, plumbing, HVAC ducting, floor joist directions, types of underlayments under the hardwood and tile upgrades, insulation R factors and brands..... In short, every thing I wish had been passed on to me. Oh, and owners manuals of all appliances currently in the house. With their date of purchase and all warranty paperwork.
April 11, 2014 at 12:27pm   
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12 Key Decorating Tips to Make Any Room Better

Get a great result even without an experienced touch by following these basic design guidelines Full Story
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Jill J. Wallace, Color Redesign
Great article! My only adjustment to idea 1 is to hire a color consultant if you really want to be move in ready with the walls painted before the furniture is put in place. We are able to work with samples of the items to be used- shams, pictures, pillows, tile piece, etc to help determine undertones and steer a client in the right direction.
March 22, 2014 at 7:32am     
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Review for Kiva Construction, Inc.:

I was looking forward to working with Kimber and Elizabeth Janney but was confused when I was presented with an erroneous estimate via email. There were never ...
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