Four Advantages Of Cabinet Refacing

Posted on: 25 March 2018

Cabinet refacing is a type of kitchen remodeling project in which the doors of the cabinets, but not the cabinets themselves, are either sanded down and stained, or completely removed and replaced. This distinctive method of changing the appearance of your cabinets can completely alter the appearance of your kitchen, and holds a number of advantages when compared to total cabinet replacement. Understanding the advantages associated with kitchen cabinet refacing can help you determine if it is the right project for your needs.
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Reasons That A Home Addition Is A Smart Move Before An Elderly Parent Moves In

Posted on: 24 February 2018

Many people find themselves opening their home to an elderly parent at some point, which can yield many benefits. For a family, it can be nice to have an elderly parent around, while the parent will usually appreciate his or her new living arrangements instead of moving into a retirement home. In advance of this change, you may wish to consider a home addition. Obviously, having a family member move in on short notice may not provide enough time for an addition, but if you're planning this change well in advance, an addition may be the right move.
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Choosing The Best Countertop Material

Posted on: 7 February 2018

Updating the countertops in your kitchen cabinet is a very smart upgrade. Your kitchen is largely defined by the cabinets, and cabinets are largely defined by the countertops. So, if your countertops have not been updated for years, your entire kitchen is going to look dated and out of style. So, you can refresh and update your kitchen with a new countertop. But, what material is going to be the best for your kitchen needs?
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How To Fix A Cracked Fiberglass Shower

Posted on: 6 November 2017

Fiberglass shower stalls commonly lasts a long time, since they can't bend against framing, but you may notice a crack or two in the finish during a bathroom remodel. This likely occurred because of a dropped object. You don't need to buy a new shower stall, but you should repair it right away to keep water out of the frame. These steps will help you repair the crack Prepare to Fix the Crack
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