Come here to find news on how to overcome physical challenges and keep the people you care for living safely and comfortably in their homes. Whether you’re an occupational therapist, professional caregiver or simply caring for someone you love, you’ll discover tips you need to help people live life to the fullest. At home.
Baskets are a popular choice. Baskets woven from wicker or grass can also be very attractive. You can set them on the back of the toilet, or on shelving. Baskets are great for smoothing out the décor of your small bathroom and give it a uniform feel by hiding clutter. You can hide toiletries, make-up, towels, etc. Great job! However, I like the look of and would have used Subway tile for the shower stall and the sink area. But, to each his own. Please continue to write more because it’s unusual that someone has something … Read More
I have been a part of over 200 new and existing home contruction projects including one of the largest homes in Wisconsin (The Wascher Mansion in Greenville, WI, 25,000 square feet), and over 40 commercial and industrial projects in Wisconsin, Illinois, and Minnesota. During this time I have been fortunate enough to learn the science behind why we build the way we do and what not to do as well. I have also inspected over 1,200 homes in Wisconsin as a licensed home inspector and worked with Wisconsin Focus on Energy to provide customers with rebates to help with the cost of performing energy saving projects.
She does like some antiques but not the same ones I like. She has antique mirrors on her living room wall. It’s very neat looking. Call us today at (414) 765-2585 or click here to schedule a no-obligation consultation with the best Milwaukee remodeling … Read More
It’s really a pain to blog from my cell phone and my part 1 post a few days ago was really incomplete. Here’s to a sleepless night – I’ve been up for hours – and a couple of hours to do a little blogging.
Tear out the existing piping (Photos 5 and 6). Then frame the 2×6 walls that will contain the new plumbing and the opposite end of the shower base (Photos 8, 9 and 14). It’s easiest to nail the bottom plate to the floor and the top plate to the ceiling, then fill in the studs one at a time by toenailing them in at the top and bottom. Stack the studs directly in front of the old ones wherever possible. Space the studs in the center of the shower about 12 in. apart to leave room for the shower valve and showerhead. The studs behind the … Read More