MOLD, Asbestos and Other Dangers: Substances to Watch for During Home Renovations

Jan 14th, 2013

  A collaborative article written with, and thanks to, Brian Turner, toxic substance safety and health advocate.  You can visit his blog at www.mesothelioma.com/blog/authors/brian .  In light of the devastation of coastal properties from Superstorm Sandy, which hit the east coast of America on October 31, 2012, we wish to […]



Your Guide to Bathroom Remodeling and Design

Oct 08th, 2012

  A bathroom remodel can be one of the most expensive investments in your home, but it’s well worth the cost to be assured your plumbing is secure while creating a relaxing oasis that suits your design style. When is it time to consider remodeling your bathroom? Are your bathroom […]



What are the Types of Roofs, Roofing Costs and Other Important Information/Tips on Replacing My Roof?

Aug 21th, 2012

When to replace your roof If your roof is close to 20 years old, replacing the entire roof covering is the best way to go. Every house will, at some point, need a roof replacement. A few signs that the roof needs replaced are: Broken and missing shingles  Asphalt shingles […]



What Are Your Best Bets in Home Remodeling?

May 14th, 2012

Industry statistics and customer requests to many home improvement companies, plus a poll by the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI), indicate that people are choosing to tackle a series of smaller upgrades around the house rather than investing in larger renovation projects. The most popular home remodeling job […]



What are Today’s Kitchen Design Ideas?

Apr 30th, 2012

Today’s kitchen design has greatly improved function due to ergonomic research studies using “anthropological scientists” to observe how homeowners interact with their kitchen cabinets. 21st century kitchens are larger, have more cabinets, and some kitchens may have as many as fifty drawers and cabinet doors. There are butler pantry rooms […]



Color My World, and Other Designer Guidelines….

Apr 27th, 2012

When selecting paint colors for a room in your home or business, consider the style of your home (early American colonial, highly decorated Victorian, spare New England saltbox, rugged Southwestern adobe mission style, Spanish villa, et cetera.), your furnishings, art, fabrics all include the colors that make you look good […]



How do You Bring the Green Space to Your Place?

Mar 28th, 2012

Breathe Easier in a Home Furnished with Eco- Kind Materials Do you find when you walk the beaches, you wonder, “How is what we’re doing impacting the health of this fragile little ecosystem, the natural beauty of this world?” When we bought a 10 year old 2-1/2 story Colonial in […]



Counter Top Materials (what are the options?)

Mar 13th, 2012

Depending on whether you work in your kitchen, it is a showplace or both (gourmet), you will discover immense value within your counter tops. Choose the wrong kind of counter, and you could literally end up wasting thousands into your kitchen remodeling investment. Cutting and chopping on various counter materials […]



How Do You Color Coordinate Paint in The Home?…Color Theory and Other Hints

Mar 09th, 2012

One of the easiest, most economical ways to create interest and heighten drama in our homes is with color.  Many people are hesitant to work with color variation.  Here are some concepts to help ease you into the “color transformation” of your kitchen. Setting the Wheel in Motion When creating […]



Granite Counter Top Facts: Here’s the Answers Cut in Stone!

Feb 28th, 2012

Can I cut on my Granite Counter Top? -Yes, but only if you want to ruin your good knives! Granite is harder than your knife blades are and will dull them very quickly, if you use the counter top as a cutting surface. Always cut and chop on a wooden […]




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