Tips for Optimizing an Outdoor Kitchen

Posted on: 22 September 2015

If you dine or entertain outside a lot, you may be finding out that just having an indoor kitchen is inconvenient. Outdoor kitchens facilitate food-based activities better. An outdoor kitchen can be a simple food preparation area around a grill to a fully-equipped second kitchen. Consider how much food preparation you'll be doing outside, and optimize your kitchen for maximum convenience. Visualize Work Zones Any kitchen includes four work zones. The hot zone is the cooking area, the cold zone the refrigeration area, the wet zone the sink, and the dry zone the food preparation space.
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Four Ways Concrete Can Add Beauty To Your Decor

Posted on: 11 September 2015

Concrete isn't just for driveways. There are lots of great ways to use concrete to decorate your home. Your concrete contractor can help you find the design styles that work best for your home, whether you want sleek concrete flooring or stunning concrete counters. Here are just a few ideas to inspire you to decorate with concrete. Polished Concrete Floor Tiles Polished concrete floor tiles have a glossy, almost wet finish that makes them perfect for use in the bathroom or kitchen.
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Selecting Hardwood Flooring For Your Home

Posted on: 25 August 2015

There are so many flooring options out there that you may have thought the biggest decision was behind you when you chose to go with hardwood. However, hardwood flooring offers numerous options as well, from the wood and its finish to the plank width. The hardwood floor you choose has a significant impact on the overall look of your room. Choose flooring that enhances your home's design.  Cool, Light Hardwoods
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Three Alternatives To Conventional HVAC To Keep Your Home Cool This Summer

Posted on: 10 August 2015

If you want your home to be cool, but do not want to have a conventional AC system installed, there are several alternatives that you may want to consider. Compact systems with high velocity ducts can be used, or you may want to consider ductless systems or evaporative coolers. Here are some of the alternatives that you may want to consider to add cooling to your home: 1. Renovations With A Compact Duct AC System
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