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Discover How You Can Quickly and Easily Save Time and Money Without Home Remodeling Nightmares

Enter The Dimension Bible for Remodelers and DIYers . You could say this book took me 40 years to write, since it is a collection of information I have gleaned over that period of time. Sure some of the book is accepted practice in the remodeling industry but much of it is drawn from my personal experiences.

Universal Design is For Everyone

If we take a look at universal design in our homes we can find many examples that a mere 10 years ago were absent from our home. Although some of which may have been used commercially or in situations where you were building or remodeling for disabled persons. Infrared sensors on faucets and hand dryers are just such examples, as are infrared sensors on toilets.

Universal Design is for Everyone

If we take a look at universal design in our homes we can find many examples that a mere 10 years ago were absent from our home. Although some of which may have been used commercially or in situations where you were building or remodeling for disabled persons. Infrared sensors on faucets and hand dryers are just such examples, as are infrared sensors on toilets.

Should You Hire A Professional Decorator?

If you are interested in redecorating your bathroom, do you have any idea what you would like completed? Unfortunately, it isn’t always as easy to decorate the bathroom as it may seem. You may spend days or even weeks looking for the perfect bathroom theme or décor. If you

Trendy Bathroom Design For 2012

Today the trend is toward simplicity. Clean looks, simple soft lines without anything too ornate is the trend. Clients are also looking for bathrooms that function as relaxation centers. Designs that provide a calm and serene environment are being asked for more and more. People are under more stress every day and want to bring the spa ………

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My name is John, Contractor John. I have been in the home remodeling and building business for over 40 years. I have earned a CGR (certified graduate remodelor) and a CGB (certified graduate builder) designation from the NAHB (national association of homebuilders). I have sat on the Educational Advisory Board for the Midwest Builders Show […]

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