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Top 3 Ways to Save Water in the Bathroom

The average American household uses around 300 gallons of water a day, 70% (or 210 gallons) of which is used indoors. A 2016 study by the Water Research Foundation revealed that toilet usage alone makes up 24% (or 50.4 gallons) of a household’s daily water consumption. In addition, the average American spends roughly eight minutes in the shower a day, using around 17.2 gallons each time. The numbers are clear:[...]

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Flooring That Will Make Your Pets Happy

When you’re a pet owner, one of the most often considered home remodels is looking for and installing pet-friendly flooring. But how do you know what to look for?  Pet owners would easily answer: resistance to scratches and damage, pet traction and pet comfort. All These are the most important qualities to keep in mind as you shop around for different flooring options. One of the biggest concerns pet owners need to[...]

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Kitchen Cabinets or Open Shelves?

Upper cabinets or not? How about open shelves? Or what about nothing at all? Let’s take a quick look at the options. Upper Cabinets Pros: Upper cabinets can do a lot to conceal unorganized dishes and kitchenware. If you haven’t got the time nor inclination to keep your wares in order, this is most likely the way to go. With cabinetry, your kitchen can be made to look clean and[...]

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Wallpaper Dos and Don’ts

Are you considering updating your walls with wallpaper? We can’t blame you. Wallpaper offers a quick and cost-efficient way to personalize walls. However, it can also work against you if you’re not careful during the application. The Dos 1. Do start small. If it’s your first time experimenting with wallpaper, try hanging it on a small space such as behind a bookshelf, recess or alcove. The wallpaper will add more depth[...]

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How Big Should Kitchen Countertops Be?

Kitchen remodeling contractors all agree that planning a kitchen involves a lot of thought — particularly when it comes to ensuring proper measurements to provide sufficient workspace. Guidelines developed by the National Kitchen and Bath Association offer a few suggestions as a solution to this dilemma. Sizing Countertops At least 158 inches is considered by the NKBA to be just the right amount of countertop frontage to allow for unhampered food[...]

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All About Bathtub Installations: Which Tub Will Work for You?

Ask any bathroom renovation contractor and they will tell you that a lot of things can affect the price tag of a bathtub. There are, after all, so many bathtub models out there. With such a dizzying array of shapes, sizes, and materials available today, how can you choose the right tub to fit right into your home and lifestyle? Before you splurge on the tub of your dreams for your bathroom remodeling project,[...]

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How to Be a Good Neighbor During a Remodel

Any renovation or remodel project will impact your life. Be it a kitchen remodel, bedroom renovation or room addition, it’s likely to improve your home’s comfort, functionality, efficiency and overall value. To get to that point, you will have to endure some minor inconveniences, and it’s not just you who will be affected by all the noise and dust—your neighbors will too. And unlike you, they won’t benefit from any of the[...]

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Benefits of a Mid-Century Home

In this day and age, building materials, labor and just about everything seems to be raising in cost. Building a new home is nice, but the price seems to be doubling daily to do so. Why not just look at the beauty and character already established and embrace the past? Your style taste can always update the interior, so here are a few reasons to buy or keep a Mid-century[...]

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Single-Walled Kitchen Tips

Single-walled kitchens come into play in small homes or apartments and open-plan kitchens. Here are a few tips in making the most of your single-walled kitchen. Embrace a Sociable Layout: The Single-Wall Kitchen is the epitome of a social layout. There are no added walls, which opens up the space for entertaining. Although a single-wall kitchen allows one person to cook at a time, it still allows others to access[...]

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Open Concept Kitchen

Four bedrooms, attached garage, home office…. the list goes on. When creating the perfect home, we begin the list of “must haves.” A staple with many homeowners is the ‘open concept’ kitchen. Open layouts seamlessly connect the kitchen with living and dining areas. They create the illusion of a bigger space, and are practical for families and frequent entertainers alike. The open concept serves as a central activity location, as[...]

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