Replacing Your Home's Bay Window

Posted on: 18 February 2016

Bay windows provide large, beautiful views and are a great addition to any home. Because these types of windows protrude outward towards the exterior of the home, they are more prone to wear and tear from the weather and could need to be replaced more often than the rest of the windows in your house. Here are some steps to help you install a replacement bay window. Remove Caulking And Trim
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How To Extend Your Kitchen's Boundaries And Make It Larger

Posted on: 22 January 2016

Sometimes the house you buy comes with a kitchen that is less than the amount of kitchen space you had hoped for. Never fear; there is always a way to make a kitchen bigger, or at the very least, appear bigger. The following advice will help you with your kitchen remodeling project by helping you expand your kitchen's walls and dimensions. (Some knowledge regarding home construction will help, but if you do not know about home construction, be sure to hire a contractor for help.
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3 Finishing Touches To Consider When Separating A Children's Playroom With Curtains

Posted on: 29 December 2015

If you have a large living room and want to separate out a small part to designate a child's play area, hanging curtains from the ceiling can be an ideal choice. While you should take some safety considerations into account, such as not having low-hanging cords that your child could get tangled in and making sure the curtains are hung with hardware strong enough to withstand the weight of a stumbling child, curtains will allow you to hide toys and games easily when your living room requires a more formal appearance.
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Roll With The Flow: Check Out Water Softness And Quality When Opening Your Own Bakery Or Pizzeria

Posted on: 2 December 2015

Keep your end product in mind as you investigate properties for your new bakery or pizza shop. Since breads, baked goods and pizza dough are composed of fair amounts of water, you must research the quality of all plumbing and pipes, water heaters, water softeners, and the water quality itself. An inspector or plumbing professional will check for the following issues, and both are worth taking along as you shop for a suitable baking facility:
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