Kitchen Remodel: How To Create A Coastal Style Kitchen Inspired By The Beach

Posted on: 7 December 2020

If you love visiting the beach, designing a coastal-themed kitchen means enjoying coastal life right in your own home every day of the year. Coastal kitchens have a fresh and clean look with a splash of nautical accents to complete the beachy vibe. Let the colors of the coast inspire you when planning your kitchen remodel, and you will be on your way to having the coastal kitchen of your dreams.
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In Need Of An Exterior Remodel On A Budget? Try Painting

Posted on: 30 October 2020

Purchasing new siding for your home can be very expensive, especially if you have a larger home, and depending on the type of siding you want. If your home needs an update, and you have a smaller budget to work with, you should consider having your exterior painted instead of having it replaced. You can hire a professional to have your siding painted, or you can try to do it on your own.
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Remodeling A Flipper Home? Start With The Roof

Posted on: 19 October 2020

When remodeling a flipper home, starting with the roof is often the best way to go. Your roofing contractor will work with you to help you either repair or replace the existing roof of your flipper home so you get the most out of the investment. When you invest in the roof first, you can benefit most out of your flipper home. Here's why. Your budget goes to the most important part of the home
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Working From Home? 4 Ways Cabinets Improve the Home Office

Posted on: 13 October 2020

As more and more Americans are using their home as a base for jobs or business, the home office has taken on a more vital role. Have you, like many others, found your home office to be a little inadequate for today's needs? One solution that may solve several problems could be the right cabinets. Here are a few key ways cabinets can help. 1. Cabinets Add Storage Many people who operate from a home office, especially once they've moved home during the pandemic, underestimate the need for storage.
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