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August 2017

Found 5 blog entries for August 2017.




Steps away from pathways, canals, parks & schools, this custom built, upgraded home is awaiting you! Large entry way, tile & hardwood flooring, stunning kitchen w/soft close drawers/cabinets (full height) & upgraded SS appliances: Wolf duel fuel stove w/gas cooktop & flat iron grilling, steam oven, sub zero wine fridge & the list goes on. Over-sized master bdrm w/walk in closet, tailored as a dress...ing room is sure to make getting ready a breeze. Relax in the stand alone tub & never get a chill w/the heated towel rack, or get ready at the marble counter his/her sinks. Laundry is made easy w/an upstairs laundry room: folding station, storage, sink & granite counters. Over sized 2nd bdrm, full bath+an office that could be converted to 3rd bedroom. Enjoy…
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If you want to transform a room into something that’s functional, beautiful and perfectly matched to your taste, then you might want to hire an interior designer.

It’s an interior designer’s job to come up with imaginative ideas that will wow you.

It’s a myth that interior designers just deal with paint colours, décor and furnishings. In fact, according to the Interior Designers Institute, these professionals have the training needed to handle all aspects of a renovation or remodeling project. They can direct a project from beginning to end.

Here are a couple reasons hiring an interior designer might be the right choice for you: 

  • Hiring a designer can help you to avoid costly mistakes that will not only help you save money but can
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 Imagine this scenario...

You purchase a new home and move in. A few weeks later, you hear a strange rumbling sound. It’s the furnace. It’s only a year old, yet it’s sputtering like it’s twenty. You realize you’ll have to call in an HVAC contractor to get it fixed.

You’re thinking, “Ouch! This is going to be expensive.”

Well, maybe not. You see, since that furnace is relatively new, it might be covered by its original warranty — even for you, the new owner.

But a warranty is useless if you don’t know it exists. 

Recent studies suggest that upwards of 50% of people pay to get items fixed that were actually covered by a warranty. So, when purchasing a new home, be sure to ask this simple question: “What warranties do you have for items,

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