Tips for Repainting Your Kitchen Cabinets

Posted on: 14 March 2017

When you're looking at options for remodeling your kitchen, one of the first things you might want to do is repaint the cabinets. Repainting will give you the chance to completely change the look of your kitchen, but only if you do it right. Here are a few tips to help you get the professional finish that you're looking for. Remove All of the Hardware Before Painting It's extremely difficult to get a complete, even coating of paint on the cabinets without taking the doors off the cabinets and then removing all of the hardware.
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Things to Think About When Having a Deck Built

Posted on: 2 March 2017

When you think about remodeling your home, it's important to think beyond the exterior walls, too. Hiring a remodeling contractor to build a deck at the rear of your home is a way to not only increase the home's value but also help you enjoy it more. Whether you favor quiet nights on the deck with your spouse or rowdy parties with friends and neighbors, the deck will be the perfect venue for these gatherings.
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Three Improvements To Make To Your Home For The Summertime Months

Posted on: 1 March 2017

If you want to better enjoy your home, you may be looking for ways to make improvements to it. Luckily, there are many projects ideas to consider. You can make your home a lot more fun, especially for the summertime, when you may have a bit more free time. Keep reading to learn some of the improvements that can be made to your home for the summertime months. Install a Sunroom
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How To Remodel Your Bathroom Shower To Accommodate A Wheelchair

Posted on: 6 December 2016

One reason to complete renovations inside your home is when a family member has a new disability requiring them to use a wheelchair to get around. This can be a difficult and challenging time for you and your family member with all the new life-style adjustments that need to be made. Fortunately, making the alterations around your home can be made simple by following the recommendations set by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
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