4 Tips To Prioritize Tasks When You Need Emergency Water Damage Repairs After Storms

10 May 2019
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Water damage is a serious problem, and when your home has been damaged, you want to get started on cleaning and repairing the damage quickly. This often means you need to prioritize tasks and work that needs to be done. The following tips will help you prioritize the repairs and work that needs to be done when you have a water damage emergency: 1. Being Aware of The Hazards Around Flooding and Water Damage in Your Home Read More 

Planning A Kitchen Remodel? Invest In Cabinetry First

30 March 2019
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An outdated kitchen can detract from the function and aesthetic of your home. Remodeling your kitchen can increase your property value and ensure that you have a space that meets the needs of a modern family. Homeowners can get excited about the latest and greatest in kitchen appliances and invest in these items before the remodel starts. It's important to resist the urge to buy appliances before you purchase new cabinetry. Read More 

The Difficulties Of DIYing Kitchen Countertop Remodels

1 March 2019
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Kitchen countertops are a common fix for a problem many homeowners have with their kitchens. Many people complain about the lack of counter space in their kitchens, or maybe they simply aren't interested in the color and style of the tops. No matter the case, you have the right to love your kitchen counter tops. If you are thinking about doing your own kitchen countertop repairs, you need to keep reading. Read More 

Should You Reface Your Kitchen Cabinets Or Replace Them? Here Are The Advantages And Disadvantages Of Cabinet Refacing

7 February 2019
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If you'd like to save money on your kitchen remodel, you may want to consider refacing your cabinets instead of replacing them. Refacing your cabinets updates their appearance while leaving the original cabinet boxes intact, which reduces on material and installation costs. Cabinets are a very large part of every kitchen remodel, so saving money on updating cabinetry is an attractive proposition for homeowners. However, there are some downsides to refacing your cabinets. Read More 

Why Stainless Steel Is The Perfect Material For Outdoor Cabinets

2 November 2018
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If you're designing an outdoor kitchen that will be situated on your patio and house a grill, a small refrigerator, a sink, and ample counter space, you'll want custom cabinets below the counter. For those who enjoy outdoor entertaining, having cabinets to hold cooking supplies and even some non-perishable food items will be integral. Your custom cabinet contractor can talk to you about some different choices for cabinet doors, but in this application, you may want to think seriously about stainless steel. Read More