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By Susan Brown
Owner, Consign Home Couture
After spending a brutal winter indoors, it is amazing how much clutter has accumulated in our homes. That’s why, for many people, budding daffodils and chirping birds signal the start of spring cleaning. Before attacking heavy-duty tasks like scrubbing baseboards, washing windows, and airing out curtains, it is important to purge your home of unwanted objects and materials.
Here are tried-and-true methods for streamlining what may seem like an overwhelming task:
If you try to organize the entire house in one marathon session, you may give up without accomplishing much. Instead, make a plan that breaks your mission into managea ...
on 04/13/2015 - 01:41 pm
Categories: Building & Remodeling, Décor & Lighting, Energy Savings, Garage/Basement/Storage, Home Exteriors, Home Technology, Kitchen & Bath, Lawn & Garden, Windows & Doors
Every year, the Home Builders Association of Greater Cleveland holds the Cleveland Choice Awards to celebrate advancements made in the local building industry.
HGExpo’s Chelsey Alltop was on the red carpet for the 2015 Cleveland Cleveland Choice Awards asking all of the important questions.
By Monica Guhde
Owner, Guhde Flooring America
There is a lot to consider when you choose flooring for your home. The decisions you make are likely to be based on a combination of appearance, comfort, durability, maintenance, and price.
For many people, appearance is going to be at the top of the list. Putting budget limitations aside, everybody has in his or her mind an image of how they want their room to look. Since the floor is usually the largest surface in the room—apart from the ceiling—it has a major impact on the appearance of the rest of the room. If you plan to redecorate an entire room, the floor is the place to lay the foundation for color and style. Al ...
By Monica Guhde
Owner, Guhde Flooring America
We all love the look of a gleaming hardwood floor, but what we cannot see underneath it is just as important. If you are planning to install hardwood flooring in your home, you need to understand the anatomy of a floor before you start the installation.
To prevent squeaky floors, you need to make sure the joists are properly installed. Joists are cross beams that frame the floor, either sitting atop the foundation of the house or holding up the upstairs floors. They provide the structural support of a floor so it will be stable and secure. Ideally, you want the joists to run perpendicular to the flooring. If the flooring must run paral ...
By Barb Lewis
Wolff Bros. Supply
The bone-chilling winds of this cold Northeast Ohio winter make it feel like there is no spring season in sight. While you’re spending this time cuddled up by the fire indoors, start your research into that dream home remodeling project you’ve been putting off. Here are some gorgeous, inspiring photos from the Wolff Bros. Supply showroom that are sure to get your DIY engines burning.
Browse one of Wolff Bros. Supply’s showrooms to get inspiration for that dream en suite you’ve considered for years.
Enjoy a nice, relaxing soak in a state-of-the-art tub.
Large showerheads make for a relaxing shower after the end of a long day, ...
Shopping for cabinets can be intimidating. Once you consider all the brands, colors, styles, sizes, and hardware, you realize there are hundreds of thousands of possible combinations.
That’s why One Man’s Mentor showroom is equipped with kitchen and bathroom building software than can easily swap out this for that in a matter of seconds, not minutes. But sometimes, there’s no substitute for the real thing. Colors on a monitor and colors on your real-life cabinets might not always perfectly align. To remedy this, One Man’s showroom also houses their entire library of cabinetry, from Ultracraft to Bertch.
Here’s Bob Gallese, the original One Man, with the comple ...
As temperatures plummet, the water inside a home’s pipes are at a greater risk of freezing. If your pipes are already blocked with ice, there are steps you can take to fix the problem and prevent it from happening in the future.
Blocks vs. Bursts
When your pipes freeze, a lack of running water is the least of your worries. A burst pipe can spray hundreds of gallons of water into your home.
If you turn a faucet and you’re not greeted with the familiar stream of water, you’ve probably got a blockage. Water has frozen and created a wall of slushy ice that’s preventing new water from reaching the tap. This is bad news because it means you can’t get a drink and yo ...
on 03/09/2015 - 04:46 pm
Category: Kitchen & Bath
Cabinets & Granite Direct has been providing Northeast Ohio homes with quality granite for their kitchens and bathrooms for a decade. But just because their showroom is geared toward the homeowner, doesn’t mean they can’t handle the big jobs.
Cabinets & Granite Direct just completed two huge projects for two Northeast Ohio restaurants. YellowTail in Fairlawn and Shinto in Strongsville both needed a granite overhaul. Bars, tables, and countertops, everything granite needed replaced.
Cabinets & Granite impressed Kyle, the General Manager at Shinto, so much that he invited them into his own home.
With decades of experience remodeling Northeast Ohio homes, the crew at One Man and A Hammer, Inc. (OMAH) stresses the importance of quality and communication. Most of the OMAH team members, from supervisors to field technicians, have more than 10 years of experience “building something out of a pile of lumber.”
By Brent Moore
Owner, Moore Home Remodeling
Are you a new homeowner, or are you tired of paying hundreds of dollars for projects or repairs that you could have done yourself? You really can make many home repairs on your own, and all it takes is the proper tools. New home or old, handy with repairs or not, having the right tools gives you the confidence to do it yourself. Here’s a list of basic tools for a home repair beginner so you can tackle many projects on your own.
It’s doesn’t need to be an expensive, several tiered contraption. Any sturdy box with a handle and separate compartments inside to keep your tools organized will do the trick.
A standa ...