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Short on Cash? Check Out These Inexpensive Kitchen Remodeling Ideas

Remodeling your kitchen can get very expensive. I would know because I hired a few contractors to give me estimates as to how much it would cost to transform my old, dingy kitchen. However, when I saw those estimates, I nearly fainted. I knew it would be pricey, but not that expensive. While I couldn't afford a full-blown remodel, my kitchen was in desperate need of a makeover. Thanks to friends, magazines and home improvement shows, I was able to complete some inexpensive projects that instantly transformed and modernized my kitchen. This website was created to help others in the same situation as me. If your kitchen needs new look, but a full remodel is pricey, I hope my website gives you some ideas for less expensive remodeling ideas.

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Moving A Disabled Relative Into Your Home? What Preparations Should You Make?

26 February 2016
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Articles

If you're part of the "sandwich generation" of adults tasked to deal with simultaneous caretaking duties for both aging parents and young children, you may be struggling to give adequate time and attention to all the tasks on your plate. Often, the most sanity-saving solution when dealing with a parent who has mobility issues or other disabilities that require supervision is to move your parent into your home so that you and other family members can provide constant care and companionship. Read More …

3 Tips For Commercial Painting Success

18 January 2016
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Articles

Commercial painting is a tricky task, requiring a level of precision and durability that will showcase your company in the best light. If you're searching for an edge to make your commercial painting task cheaper and easier, it helps to know a little of what the pros do. Whether you're choosing a commercial painting service or you're taking on the job yourself, these tips will ensure that your project succeeds: Read More …

A Grinch’s Guide To A Christmas Heist That Won’t Destroy The Heating System

19 December 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Articles

If you're planning on systematically removing gifts, decorations, and other holiday hoopla from unsuspecting Who houses this year, you need to be sure that you don't, in the process, damage their heating systems. After all, even if your heart is two sizes too small, you do not want to destroy Christmas and leave innocent people with high heating bills and damages that could cost them a lot of money to fix. Read More …

How To Control Dust Generation On Your Construction Site

19 November 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Articles

Controlling dust at your construction site should be a priority. Depending on the location of your job site, excessive dust generation can result in hefty fines from local and state authorities, and it's also a specific concernof the Environmental Protection Agency. Below are several effective practices that you should adopt to keep dust levels at a minimum: Keep speeds to a minimum One of the simplest and least expensive practices you can adopt immediately is slowing down while driving on the job site. Read More …

5 Important Facts About Thermoplastic Olefin Roofing

29 September 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Articles

When it comes to roofs, there are many options, and commercial roofs are no different. One roof material growing in popularity is Thermoplastic Olefin Roofing (TPO roofing). These membranes are durable, long-lasting and energy-efficient, making them a desirable option to save money. If your business is in need of roof replacement, check out these five important facts, to determine if a TPO roof is the best option to meet your needs. Read More …