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4 Awesome Ways to Transform Old Windows for Your Wedding

If you're considering doing a remodel that involves removing old windows and installing new homes, you may be wondering what in the world you are going to do with the old ones. With more and more people turning to repurposing items, you can repurpose your windows into items that can be used in your upcoming wedding or a wedding of a friend or family member. Here are four ideas: 1. Seating Chart Read More 

Protect Newly Installed Hardwood Flooring With These Tips

Having new hardwood flooring installed in your home can give your home an entirely new look and also give your home a huge boost in property value if you ever intend on selling. In order for you to keep your flooring looking its best after the installation is over, it's a good idea to look into what kind of preventive measures and maintenance you can take care of on your own. Read More 

3 Keys For A Successful Kitchen Remodel

Sprucing up an old, outdated kitchen is one of the most important things that you can do to improve the investment of your home. The main reason for this is that kitchens are typically the deciding factor for many home buyers looking to make an offer on a residential property. By remodeling your kitchen, you are giving yourself the opportunity to get a better sale price on your home while also making the kitchen more functional for your own use. Read More 

Can Purchasing Flooring Wholesale Help Your Installation Costs?

If you're considering ripping out your worn or stained carpet and replacing it with solid-surface flooring, you may be investigating various ways to get the highest quality floors at a low cost. However, the number of options available can often seem overwhelming. How can you ensure that you're getting durable floors at a reasonable cost? Read on to learn more about where you can purchase your new hardwood flooring, as well as to whom you should look to install it. Read More 

Protect Your Investment And Enjoy Your Surfaces - Tips For Granite Countertop Care

If you're looking to reinvigorate your home's kitchen, upgrading to granite countertops can be an excellent way to do so. Granite is strong, gorgeous, and will clearly show your commitment to improving the quality of your home. However, it does require some specialized care and upkeep. If you're not aware of your responsibilities, you may find yourself extremely disappointed in the way your countertops hold up. Below, you'll find a guide to some tips for maintaining your granite countertops. Read More