Archive for February, 2011

Allison Millar
Feb
11
We all have our boiling points--the moment when we just can't stand home improvement one minute longer. Then it subsides and the world continues on as planned. As you go about remodeling your house, consider your tipping points and how much it would cost to rectify the situation. Do you spend the money on home improvement or not? Here are some examples to consider: A dripping faucet. You live with it ...
Allison Millar
Feb
08
If leaking doors and windows are taking a toll on your comfort level this winter, take heart. You're not alone. You may be freezing, but you're not alone. This winter has been particularly harsh, with snow and arctic temperatures crisscrossing much of the country. It can force you to shore up leaks, do some home repairs and make hard decisions about replacing or repairing doors and windows. Even if you're living in ...
Allison Millar
Feb
04
Want to chat about home improvement? We all know that commiserating is a big part of what keeps remodelers--and their home owners--sane. If you can't talk about the ups and downs of home improvement and share ideas about what makes a great kitchen, why bother, right? Home Improvement TweetChat Now comes Twitter to the scene and it takes on a whole new dimension. If you're ready to Tweet about remodeling, check this ...
Allison Millar
Feb
02
After adding up all the fees for your general contractor, you start to question the price. Do you really need all this project oversight….and the related costs? Why Be Your Own General Contractor? Many home owners debate this issue. Should they pay the extra 20 to 30 percent for a general contractor to oversee a kitchen remodeling? While I'm all for saving money, you have to look at the whole picture and ...
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