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Improve your Outdoor Living Space for Summer Fun

As summer approaches, many of your entertainment and hosting activities move from indoors to outdoors. Backyards become party sites and playgrounds, as patios and decks become destination points. Now is the time to improve your outdoor living space. Think about how to maximize your exterior living and playing areas. Turning that concrete slab into an outdoor living area that is more inviting and functional.

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Easy to Care for Elegant Floors

Eventually, old floors in your home can show their age. Trying to renew them may not be worth the effort and expense. You begin to consider the alternatives, hoping to liven up your space with new elegant floors. The decision can be a tough one. Considering that many alternatives are expensive and some flooring materials are difficult to maintain.

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Winter Remodeling Projects

Winter Remodeling Projects


Most remodel projects are undertaken during spring and summer when the weather is hot. But there are some advantages to remodeling during the offseason when the workload for the contractor is light.

The contractor will have the time to focus on your job and make it their priority.

There will be more time to work on your home, so your remodel should take less time.

If you’re planning to go to Grandma’s for the holidays, it’s a perfect time to remodel while you’re out of the house.

Here are some of the remodeling projects that should be considered in winter:
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Water Saving Bathroom Fixtures

Water Saving Bathroom Fixtures


Many of today’s homeowners have a sense of environmental responsibility when it comes to deciding on fixtures in their homes. It’s an added bonus that these water saving bathroom fixtures offer savings by using less energy or water, but the idea of conservation appeals to their sense of obligation to society.

When considering fixtures for a bathroom remodel, updating to fixtures that offer a lower gallon per flush (gpf) or gallon per minute (gpm) rating can be a key factor in convincing a homeowner of the value of the fixture.
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