The TBF System is different from other basement finishing systems because it offers solutions for the ENTIRE space, including wall panels, flooring, trim and ceiling options. When you choose TBF, it’s the last time you will have to finish your basement!
Warm air rises, so it makes sense to install heating vents at floor level. Baseboard heating is a good option, but make sure it makes sense for your plan and is easy to tie into your existing HVAC system. For a finished space, you want to make sure you’re not relying on space heaters, so plan carefully. Thank you! We started the project in May and it was completed the beginning of July. Our contractor did everything.
Also, take this pre-renovation time to determine if your laundry room is configured to suit your family’s needs. You may want to add walls (if there aren’t any) or move a wall … Read More
If your water-damaged basement was finished with conventional building materials, you already know how poorly it performed. Drywall got soggy. Painted surfaces became stained. Wood paneling and trim became warped and moldy. Carpeting began to smell.
This basement finishing system is so versatile that it allows you to do practically anything you want with your basement. You can add a bedroom, extra living space, or even mount a TV on our strong basement walls. Design an entertainment room for you and the kids! Warnings heeded. I think hiring by the project is the way to go, so he has incentive to finish ASAP to my satisfaction. Voting this Up and Interesting.
Total cost – to date, with nothing I know of left to buy (and we know how that usually works out;), is $28,000, including permit, equipment, materials, and contracted labor. Building permit (included) was about $1,700 – but I … Read More
Brushed nickel shower head with digital shower valve, victoria and albert bathtub, curbless shower with hidden shower drain, flat pebble shower floor, shelf over tub with LED lighting, gray vanity with drawer fronts, white square ceramic sinks, wall mount faucets and lighting under vanity. Linear drain (hidden).
Although bathrooms are small rooms that are usually removed from the central parts of a home, you and your family will spend a great deal of time in them. Transforming a tired, drab bathroom into something more modern, attractive, and efficient can make a significant impact on your daily life. Bell Home Solutions can help you completely revamp your bathroom with our comprehensive remodeling services. We handle the entire process, so you don’t need to work with various contractors for each different step and deal with misunderstandings due to poor communications. Whether it’s plumbing, lighting, drywall, cabinets, or new fixture installation, you can … Read More
Washington State Kitchen & Bath can help you achieve the best in bathroom remodeling. After all, your bathroom is an important component of the home. Make your time in the bathroom pleasurable with a bath remodel. From walk in baths and jetted tubs to shower installations, new bathroom counters to setting bath tiles, we can do it all.
Next, we bought a wooden mailbox post from Home Depot, stained it and replaced the ugly, bent metal pole and the dented mailbox as well. Amazing how much a nice mailbox can change the look of a place. You may want to show your list to someone who has done this before or, at the very least, to the kitchen designer at your home remodeling center. With nearly three decades of experience, you can rest assured that we know what we’re doing and that you’ll receive the benefits that only years of … Read More
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All vanity hardware was replaced. The hinges ($12.98) are not my favorite but they will have to do – it’s a guest bathroom after all. The pulls ($20.79 for 10) on the other hand, I am loving them. I bought enough for our kitchen when we update that. More on that later. Way later! Come read the actual testimonials of our happy clients, as they describe the many positive changes they’ve experienced after a Feng Shui consultation.
I have an awkward shaped room that has a fireplace at one end, so close to the corner, with sliding glass doors beside it. … Read More
This article shows how versatile laminated chipboard reclaimed from old ContiBoard furniture can be in making shelves and drawers around the home. My first choice of wood for making drawers, furniture and shelves is real wood, either hardwood like oak, softwoods like pine or even good quality plywood.
A very simple home improvement tip is to declutter. Start with this easy task: If you have kids, you may be guilty of cluttering your fridge with their work and little design magnets. Keep your appliances clear by attaching just some of your children’s artwork and only a few magnets at a time. You can switch these items out every week. Enjoyed your lens. I am not a do it yourselver. However, I have always wanted to take and old house or an old car and make it look good. Someone very recently took the house I am in now and completely … Read More
We’ve been scouring magazines, blogs and websites for about two YEARS for inspiration for our new master bath.
With a small bathroom remodel, plan your color scheme carefully. Whether your bathroom walls are painted or tiled, you need to stick with a monochromatic look in small bathrooms. In other words, everything should be the same color. Different shades of the same color are okay, but stick to just a couple to make a small bathroom appear larger. I think we can do this whole remodel for less than $4,000, guys! That’s a big deal, because one contractor said the whole bathroom would cost between $12,000 and $15,000.
This bathroom is painted in a light blue which allows the light to bounce and reflect off the walls and give you a feel of openness. I’m glad to see that I’m not doing everything wrong. 😀 I do tend to push furniture … Read More
First up are the new fixtures. We replaced all the cheap, builder grade, fixtures with these beautiful. oil rubbed bronze pieces. What a difference that made. Now I want a granite sink but that’s for another post. Because this room is mainly used by my tween daughter it needed a little glam. I found this pewter framed mirror at Kirklands for $29.99! Bonus Buy! It was on sale. Then I found this little silver dish that reminded me of the beach. I don’t know why, but it did. I found it at Ross for $3.49. I also found a pair of bath rugs in a cream and pale blue stripe for $6.99 at Ross. They were on clearance. I’m a bargain hunter when it comes to home goods. I’m a bargain hunter when it comes to everything I suppose.
After reading the tips for home improvement discussed in this article, … Read More
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When laying tile, it’s always advised to find the center and work outwards from there. The reason for this is because walls are almost never perfectly square, so if you use a wall as your guide on one side, you could end up with a funky line on the other. The other reason is below. We used a combination of laser levels and chalk lines to figure out our starting point.
We also have various lights on different switches. Our fan now has a light that can be used as a nightlight if needed, and all lights are on a dimmer switch so when I’m stumbling around and cranky way too early in the morning and can’t stand full light, I can convince myself to turn on … Read More