Paperwork You'll Need For a Remodeling Project
The best part of home remodeling projects is seeing your ideas come to fruition, but before that can happen you need to manage perhaps the least exciting, but most necessary part: paperwork.
Your Dream Kitchen Versus Everyone Else’s
Survey reveals 'What people really want most in their kitchen'. Not only is the info fun, but it may have a substantial impact on your resale value. After all, trends in kitchen countertops, and wall colors, and cabinet styles will shift and change, but the fundamental fixtures and features of homes change more gradually.
Grill Up a Grin This Summer
According to the Hearth, Patio & Barbecue Association (HPBA), more than 75 percent of all U.S. households include an outdoor grill or smoker. Grills are frequently included in outdoor living spaces, which are a popular home improvement trend in 2014. “The kitchen has always been the heart of the home,” says Mitch Slater, owner of Danver Stainless Steel Cabinetry in Wallingford, Conn., in DIY Networks’.“ And that idea is happily expanding to outdoor living as more homeowners create or remodel outdoor living areas with fully functional kitchens.
Use These Tips, Not Tricks, to Grab Elusive Customer Referrals
Customer referrals are even more important to a business than the cereal is to Tricks the rabbit. Throughout the commercials from the 1960s, 70s, 80s, 90s as well as today, it feels like Tricks has tried everything to get a taste of the cereal, Trix. While none of those efforts worked for Tricks, here are three tips for you to successfully get customers referrals!
Radiant Night Skies Heat Up 4th of July
Did you know that the Chinese discovered firecrackers around 200 BC when they roasted bamboo and it would create a 'bang' sound? Or that the first fireworks were only orange and white? In the Middle Ages new colors were achieved by adding different salts. The hardest color to create is blue. Here are some fun facts and safety tips as you celebrate the 4th of July.