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What Questions Should We Ask Before Putting In A Laminate or Hardwood Floor?

Posted by xtian984 on April 27, 2015 at 3:35 PM Comments comments (1)

You know, in our world, we seem to ask the right questions after we have installed whatever we want – too late right? A proper floor isn’t just about what will look good; it is also about our uses for that same floor! What about the importance of being able to clean that floor easily?

Usually, the first thing I consider when I am thinking of installing a new floor is the cost – is the cost suitable for my budget? I am not just thinking of the floor here; but if you...

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MDF vs. Plywood Cabinetry

Posted by xtian984 on April 6, 2015 at 1:00 PM Comments comments (1)

Kitchen cabinets are not an inexpensive investment and they seem to take the abuse from everyone in the world. Someone is mad – they slam the kitchen cabinet doors, we all set things down on top of the kitchen cabinets right? Quality kitchen cabinetry seems to pick up the dust and dirt which ca be wiped off and the kitchen cabinets once again look brand new.

When we think of MDF vs plywood cabinetry, keep in mind how each of ...

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So, Can You Please Tell Me how to Judge a Cabinet???s Quality?

Posted by xtian984 on April 2, 2015 at 6:25 PM Comments comments (0)

As we are all aware, most of the time, production cabinets do not match the quality of homemade cabinets, but they do offer consistency. Usually stock cabinets are manufactured with demanding tolerances to ensuring quality. Sometimes, in the writer’s opinion, with the sophisticated equipment in use today, the quality of manufacturing is sometimes superior to what some small cabinet builders can offer.

Make sure that the hinges are adjustable and find them if the style is hidden ...

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Will Mineral Spirits Remove the Finish From my Engineered Hard Wood Floor?

Posted by xtian984 on April 2, 2015 at 12:15 AM Comments comments (0)

In some cases, this can be a safe and effective way to clean stains from your engineered hardwoods.

But (there’s that little word with a thousand meanings again), you want to be careful not to remove the finish.

Let me tell you about the meaning of the term “engineered hardwoods”. The product consists of a thin layer of genuine

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The Proper Way to Clean Laminate Flooring

Posted by xtian984 on April 1, 2015 at 8:00 PM Comments comments (0)

As we all know, most people choose laminate flooring for the ease of cleaning, plus, old school or not, everyone loves a shiny floor. Laminate is a very durable floor that comes in so many colors and styles that it is hard to imagine anything in place of laminate flooring. Laminate flooring can stand up better to constant foot traffic and the abuse that can be dished out from children and pets in t...

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What is the definition of a "shaker door" style on a kitchen cabinet?

Posted by xtian984 on March 25, 2015 at 12:10 AM Comments comments (5)

That is a good question and I think we all want the answer to that question! Let me try to explain some of the definitions that come to mind.

A Flat panel door has no decorative accents, only raised outer edges as a general rule of thumb. These kitchen cabinet doors are known for their clean lines and uncluttered appearance. The flat panel cabinet doors are usually associated with the modern contemporary homes, but also work well i...

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Which Mirror Should You Use to go with your New Bathroom Vanity?

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Okay, I have to admit that your brand new bathroom vanity is beautiful and the color matches the scheme of things in your bathroom. When I think about it, what size of mirror are you going to put on the wall? Where are you going to position it so the children in your household can see themselves in the mirror?

Truthfully, personally, I prefer a bathroom mirror that is about 2 inches smaller than the countertop. However, if you have a 60&...

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