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Renovating Your Kitchen Is A Smart (And Stylish) Move

Sure, an all-out kitchen renovation is kind of a big deal. It’s a major commitment in time and money. However, the benefits of renovating your kitchen are innumerable. When you renovate an outdated or poorly designed kitchen, you get better storage solutions, improved ergonomics, a fresh new look, and higher resale value. In fact, speaking of resale value, a renovated kitchen is a great way to get potential buyers interested in your home. A new kitchen increases resale value so much that itRead More

Countertop Options Abound

Your kitchen countertops are one of the most-used surfaces in your home. Some recently popular choices for countertops include Caesarstone, Silestone, Concrete, and Butcher Block. If you’re having trouble deciding which type of countertop would be best for your kitchen – and your lifestyle – perhaps a brief overview of some popular countertop options might help. Caesarstone: Caesarstone is a lovely engineered quartz stone. It is made from approximately 93% natural quartz. It is popular due to its durability, practicality, and attractiveness. BecauseRead More

S.O.S. (Save Our Shower!)

Is your existing shower too small? Would you get better water pressure by standing outside in a light rain shower? Is your shower tile a throwback to the nineteen-seventies? If your shower suffers from these (or other) design flaws, it may be time for a bathroom upgrade. More specifically, it may be time for a total shower overhaul. Rather than squeezing yourself into the tiny cubicle that is your shower, wouldn’t it be nice to bathe in a spacious, glass-enclosed walk-in shower? ARead More

A Relaxing Bath Requires A Good Tub

In ancient times, hot baths were used as a way to take care of the body. There were healing baths for those who were sick, mineral baths for those who needed to detoxify, and even baths taken for good luck and protection from evil spirits. Baths can be taken with traditional bubbles, herbal remedies, mineral remedies, essential oils, bath salts, and even mud. The options are plenty. Though it’s tough to say that a hot bath can protect you from harm, there isRead More

No More Flooding, Call A Master Plumber

Now that summer is long gone and fall is next on the list to go, Maryland residents are facing down the cold of winter. Unless you are a ski enthusiast or someone who loves to be outdoors in the cold and snow, the best thing about winter is warm nights by the fire and hot cocoa to sip while catching up on reading or television shows. Of course, winter is also the best time to catch up on those indoor projects that youRead More

Give Yourself The Gift Of A Remodeled Kitchen

Now that Thanksgiving has passed us by, you might be thinking about Christmas, all of the shopping, all of the baking, all of the entertaining. These are wonderful things to look forward to! But what if you realized something over Thanksgiving? What if you missed out on family conversations and togetherness because you were stuck in your small and closed-off kitchen? And what if you discovered how old your oven really is because it took a lot longer for that turkey to roastRead More

Keep Your Hot Water Heater Hot

Winter is on the way, and that means cold. Nothing helps ease the blow of getting out of your warm bed in the morning than stepping into a hot shower. Ah, the feeling of warmth as the water flows and the steam rises. Maybe you really can face the cold day ahead. But what happens when you step into that shower and realize that the water is running cold? Or, worse yet, when the hot water ends in the middle of lathering upRead More