This Home Is Covered In A Security Screen With Style
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Masonite - We have many tools at the MIC that range in... | Facebook
We have many tools at the MIC that range in functionality. Here's the Hoffman Scratch Test. It offers a comparative evaluation of scratch resistance and...
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There's more to a door than what meets the eye. Check out what happens when the Surphaser, a laser-based 3D surface scanner scans a door. In 3 minutes,...
Brokers Tell All: 10 Ways to Boost House Value
Knock out a non-structural wall, or even remove that kitchen island. Anything that opens the space and creates a sense of flow in the house is generating a response from buyers who can afford to be choosy. For the price of a few hundred dollars, you'll transform the feel of the house. "Right now buyers want a wide open floor plan, the living room right off the kitchen. They are into big spaces," says Kristin Wellins, Senior Manager of Program Development for ERA Real Estate.Seattle broker Reba Haas says a kitchen island can be an asset, creating needed storage space. But if the kitchen has enough cabinets, it could pay to haul the island away. Haas says homeowners might want to consider a moveable island. "You can adjust them to you needs," she explains.Get It Done• Knock Out Walls and Remove a Doorway• Create a Budget Breakfast Nook• Tear Down a Pass-Through Wall
30 of the most inspiring and unique entry doors
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12 DIY Projects to Add Old-House Charm
Original details. Some houses have 'em, some don't. If yours is among the latter—meaning that it wasn't born with architectural elements like carved wood balustrades or embossed metal window latches, or if some of those enhancements were lost over the years to misguided remodeling—take heart. With a little sweat equity, you can add your own. Read on for a dozen homeowner-friendly projects, from crafting an ornate pier mirror to swapping out hardware-store-variety metal doorknobs for vintage glass sparklers, that are sure to add classic character, whether you live in a 1970s ranch or a turn-of-the-century Colonial Revival.
Jessica Bruno on Instagram: “One of our best projects ever! DIY barn sliding doors by @masonite_doors 💕 Did you know you can buy these @homedepot? Super affordable and…”
“One of our best projects ever! DIY barn sliding doors by @masonite_doors 💕 Did you know you can buy these @homedepot? Super affordable and the kit…”
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