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  • Vanity Options For Small Bathrooms

    When remodeling a small bathroom, you want to make the most of the small space. One way to do this is to add the right vanity and storage accessories. Work with your remodeling contractor and use these bath vanity ideas as inspiration for your new bathroom: Floating Vanities Floating vanities take up minimal space in your bathroom, and they create the illusion of floating on the wall.  With a floating vanity, you get a bathroom accessory that is mounted to the wall for a space-saving addition to your room.
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  • 3 Tips For Remodeling Your Kitchen Cabinets In A Small Kitchen

    Some people feel that their kitchen is too small, but that there is no hope for it because they don't have anywhere to extend the kitchen into. Thankfully, this isn't true most of the time. There are actually certain things that you can do to make your kitchen appear big and use the space wisely. When you hire a remodeling contractor, he can help you do these things, and give you the best kitchen possible for the space that you have.
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  • Clay Tile And Wood Single Roofs Compared

    Choosing the right roofing material can be overwhelming. Of course, most people make their decision mainly based on the style that will best match their home. However, you also need to closely consider the maintenance requirements of different roofing materials. Wood shingles and clay tiles are among the most popular residential roofing materials. This article compares the two products, it should help you determine which will fit within your budget, style, and maintenance capacity.
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  • Class Up Your Interior With Plantation Shutters

    Are you thinking about investing into your home in order to increase the ultimate property value?There are many great remodels to consider. Of course, you probably want a remodel that won't cost too much but will have a big impact on the value of your home . But, you should also consider what remodels your home actually needs. That is, investing in a new window treatments just because yours are a little outdated, may not be the best decision.
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  • Remodel Tips To Transform The Look Of Your Bathroom

    If you are preparing your home for sale, or just want to update the look of your years- or decades-old bathroom, there are many ways you can accomplish this. Some simple tasks and remodel tips can change the look of your bathroom to update its most important features to bring it into this decade's style. Here are some bathroom features you can remodel to help change the look of your bathroom:
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  • 4 Tips For Designing An Outdoor Kitchen With A Priority For Safety

    Enjoying an outdoor kitchen is the warmer months of the year can be a great way unwind with friends and family, but it does come with several concerns if you want to be sure that the installation goes smoothly. If you're unsure of what you can do to make your outdoor kitchen as safe as possible, it's a good idea to look into what kinds of steps can be taken. 
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  • Thinking About Replacing Your Bathtub? Why You Should Refinish It Instead

    When your bathtub starts to deteriorate and become weathered looking it can cause both aesthetic and practical problems. You need your tub to look great so that it can highlight your bathroom but if there are porcelain patches missing in your bathtub it can truly make the space look unappealing. Also, the places that are worn away can be troublesome because the cement beneath the porcelain is not always very smooth so it can cause serious irritation with your skin.
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  • Paint Like A Pro With These 2 Tips

    Painting the inside of your home is a smart DIY remodel for ambitious homeowners. Interior painting is one of the most affordable and accessible home remodels you can invest in. You can get all the tools and supplies at a home improvement or paint store and then start to paint that very same day. If you are interested in handling your own paint job, you need to make sure you make it look good.
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  • Windows, Doors And Floors, Oh My! These Tips To Help With Completing Water Damage Restorations

    When your home has been damaged due to problems like flooding, plumbing leaks or storms, restorations are something that you will want to do quickly. Many of the materials in your home are lost and need to be disposed of, but there are also materials that can be restored when your home has water damage. Here are some tips to help you with the restoration of those other materials when cleaning up after a water damage problem:
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  • How To Fill Drill Holes In Laminate Cabinets

    Laminate doors have a covering that makes them appear as real wood. When you replace and adjust hardware on laminate cabinet doors during a remodel, you will need to fill the holes. You have to use caution while you fix holes to avoid damage, but it is easy with the right tools. Fill the holes by following this step-by-step guide. Fill Holes A Half-Inch to One-Inch with Putty To complete this project, you need:
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