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How to cut costs but not quality

October 20, 2009 at 12:13 pm | Category: Remodeling Contractor

•Find cheaper like-for-like materials Choose the materials, fixtures and finishes you like, and then hunt around for almost identical materials for less — sometimes at a fraction of the price. The internet is brilliant for this, but it is also worth putting your ear to the ground to find out where the local builders and […]

How to repair a broken tile

October 16, 2009 at 9:55 am | Category: Remodeling Contractor

Here is a quick fix to help you with repairing a broken tile. Now when replacing the tile, make sure that you have some of the tile that you are going to replace. It is hard to find the exact same tile that you have in your home. So if you don’t have any extra […]

Heating and Plumbing tips

October 15, 2009 at 10:41 am | Category: Remodeling Contractor

In this brief guide from Homebuilding & Renovating Magazine, we steer you through the major issues and help make sense of the heating and plumbing systems out there and whether it will suit your needs. Keeping warm and having lots of hot water are essentially what we are talking about here. These two aims are […]

Making Your Home Me Energy Efficient

October 13, 2009 at 10:14 am | Category: Remodeling Contractor

Consumers have been hit by large energy price rises this year and with energy bills already at an all time high, it’s no wonder that homeowners are looking to create energy efficient homes to try and reduce their bills. To help you improve the energy efficiency of your home, we’ve put together some top tips […]

Top Ten Tips on Self Renovation

October 12, 2009 at 12:46 pm | Category: Remodeling Contractor

Make sure all of the consents are in place: No work can take place without planning permission. In England, Wales and Northern Ireland it is possible to start work without Building Regulations approval. However, an application must be lodged and 48 hours’ notice given in writing. Any necessary easements must be negotiated before the commencement […]

Successful Remodeling Tips

October 9, 2009 at 6:55 pm | Category: Remodeling Contractor

Thinking Ahead 1. Plan ahead. Making product selections early can avoid delays later. Proper planning can also help keep you on budget. You’ll end up making the same decisions, but you’ll know what they’re going to be and what they’re going to cost ahead of time. 2. Remember the big picture. Long-term maintenance, energy loss, […]

Decorating your kitchen for Halloween

October 8, 2009 at 8:56 am | Category: Remodeling Contractor

Your kitchen is more than likely smaller than your living room. This means when decorating for the holidays in your kitchen, you’ll want to put fewer decorations to again keep away from the clutter. 1.Exchanging your counter top items for festive decorations (such as your cooking jars, vases, etc.) will stop the cluttered look and […]

Decorating your living room for Halloween

October 1, 2009 at 12:11 pm | Category: Remodeling Contractor

Though some people make the inside of their houses look shoddy because of the way they put up multiple and different decorations all over there living room. It is always good to put up Halloween/ fall decorations to bring in the seasons and holidays. There are certain areas that certain decorations belong. 1.Keeping all of […]

Decorating the outside of your house for Halloween

September 29, 2009 at 11:49 am | Category: Remodeling Contractor

As I was getting ready for Halloween this year I was pulling out the decorations, and I realized that there was a lot of really old decorations that I knew would look really tacky in the front yard. So I put the old decorations in a bag to donate and stood outside my house to […]

General Interior Design Tips

September 24, 2009 at 9:29 am | Category: Remodeling Contractor

● If you just bought a new house and will start decorating, keep the walls simple and majority of the walls plain. So that when you move in your furniture, wall decors and accessories, the rooms will not look cluttered. ● If you are buying new furniture, measure your room and the furniture. Scale the […]

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