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I’m Allergic to Dust

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Most interiors are finished as quickly as possible, without time or anyone to constantly remove the mind-boggling amounts of dust produced constantly. A homeowner can be breathing the dust underneath floors, in the flooring, around ducts etc, for a long…

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Serious Closet Systems

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For some reason not wasting time searching for lost items, or properly storing clothing is a luxury for many. California closets to Ikea have created all sorts of organizers and closet systems to keep one sane. There are many little…

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Welcome to the Basement…

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Our basement is starting to near completion, it’s at the 99% done, 99% to go stage. The Limestone floor has been laid, trim and paint, kitchen is undergoing finishing touches, and so on. A sumptuous mocha glaze finish kitchen– one…

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Our Dearest of Staircases

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Having sourced Black Walnut circular stairs through Heritage Stair & Railing co, we were elated when they were finally installed. There is much solid wood used in the home, and the finishing process is an important one, to ensure constant…

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Tub Trouble…

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Not the first Jacuzzi trouble we’ve encountered, though the reason for this leak was easy to find. Upon testing the 2nd floor ensuite hot tub, we detected a small leak. It was found that during handling, a plastic connection underneath…

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Outdoor Living

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The past few years have seen a large growth of “Bringing the indoors out” furniture and products, as many have discovered the beauty of spending time on their patio or in their hot tub.  800  square feet of patio and…

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“Smart Homes”

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They tell me the more wire raining into the basement, the smarter the home… After a brief conversation with the fellow installing the security, sound, entertainment, etc systems I found out a little of what is hiding behind these walls,…

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Roberto, 0ur Resident Artist…

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Decorative wall finishing, murals and such have become a lost art in our area. Having called on Roberto to treat the main (45 foot) barreled ceiling to Venetian plaster, we were charmed by his work as he showed us the…

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