Beverly Hills Kitchen, Nook, Mud Room, Laundry Room & Garage AdditionTransitional Laundry Room, Detroit
On April 22, 2013, MainStreet Design Build began a 6-month construction project that ended November 1, 2013 with a beautiful 655 square foot addition off the rear of this client's home. The addition included this gorgeous custom kitchen, a large mudroom with a locker for everyone in the house, a brand new laundry room and 3rd car garage. As part of the renovation, a 2nd floor closet was also converted into a full bathroom, attached to a child’s bedroom; the formal living room and dining room were opened up to one another with custom columns that coordinated with existing columns in the family room and kitchen; and the front entry stairwell received a complete re-design.
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2. New and heavy fabrics. One of the simplest tasks to reduce the risk of dryer fires is to empty the lint screen before every load, ensuring air is running properly through the appliance. Thicker and newer fabrics used during the holidays create problems for dryers. These fabrics, such as new holiday sweaters, blankets and napkins, create more lint, which gets trapped in the dryer vent. Excess dryer lint is a major fire hazard, can cause your dryer to become damaged and also reduces the efficiency of your dryer.3. Nighttime laundry. We all get busy during the holidays and have to do some late-night laundry cycles. However, it’s never a good idea to let your dryer run at night while asleep or when you are not at home. A fire could be devastating, so it’s important to be present when the dryer is running to react if need be.
9. Decorate for the holidays. There’s no need to ignore this room any longer during the festive season. If the holiday decorations are coming out, add a little holiday cheer to your laundry room. Thinking of this room just as any other in your home ensures that it will no longer get the short shrift.