Tag: finished

The 80’s Wants Their Bathroom Back Is Finished! (2)

RTA cabinets are a great way to save money on your next kitchen or bath remodel. They offer great value, quick turn around time, and rich features that can rival what you might find in a semi custom line costing twice as much. However, before you set your sights on imported RTA cabinets, its important that you realize what you are getting. There are several different construction methods and vast differences in finish and wood quality, overall selection and more. While you might find you can save some money, you may also find that the sacrifices you need to make may not be worth it.

The mirrors once removed from their original fittings can either be hung ‘as is’ straight onto the wall or a new frame (in any style, including contemporary); the frame can be made to fit the mirror or the mirror can be cut to size to … Read More

Finished Basement Remodeling Contractors In Livonia, MI

Our latest project has been finishing half of our basement. This is one of the only before photos I have where you can see the old windows and the cinder block walls.

New homes and additions are easier to measure when open and unfinished. The difficult measurements come from old homes. Filling in dead space around a foundation may require an estimate. It is better to estimate on the low side to save cost. If you complete a project and find you need a small amount more, a small kit can be purchased to finish the job. Expanding foam insulation sticks to itself from old to new project very well and will seal completely as if it were done as one job.

Occasionally you may encounter deposits that refuse to surrender to your best cleaning efforts. If scraping or chemical stripping are ineffective at removing glues, caulk, mastics, or other … Read More

Finished Basement Remodeling Contractors In Livonia, MI

Our award-winning design team can help bring your vision to life to add additional livable square footage to your home. Our designers are well versed in the current code requirements and additional factors to consider for basement remodels and can help guide you through this process.

I made a decorated one of these for my clothes pins. Don’t forget to jab holes in the bottom of this clothes pin carrier with an ice pick, for when you forget and leave it on the line when it rains. The clothespins don’t do well when they sit in the water for a couple of days and the holes in the bottom help drain them. Josh2008, if you check out the links above, they will give you a good starting place. Also you can check out your local building stores for their contacts.

Here’s the deal, if you’ll give me your email address … Read More