Low Maintenance Summer Living
The hectic pace of life seems to slow down during the summer – kids are out of school, families are on vacation, the long evenings are made for relaxing. But any homeowner knows that with summer comes yard work. Don’t let your yard work cut into your enjoyment of the all-too-brief summer months.

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Staining Instead Of Painting Your Patio

Staining your concrete patio is a terrific way to make it more inviting to your guests. There are many stain colors available to choose from such as varying shades of brown, blue, or even green. You will have one of those patios that people comment on as it will be unlike most they have seen.
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Bent Nail Tip of The Month
"Tired of Worn Out Wall paper?"

Thinking of painting over it? DON'T! Stripping the paper is the best way to assure a good finish and fewer headaches in the long run. Once you've stripped the old paper, you'll want to sand the surface lightly and make sure no glue remnants remain. Start with a quality primer, add a little patience, and you'll be rewarded with a professional looking paint job!

 
Bringing the Essence of a Day Spa Home to Your Bathroom

In today’s fast-paced society, more people are searching for the perfect escape from the stresses of juggling work, family and other responsibilities. While some head to spas for much-needed relaxation, others want to be able to unwind in the privacy of their own homes. Enter the home spa – a new trend and comforting retreat that’s as close as your master bathroom and far away from life’s stresses.
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Know Your Responsibilities When Dealing With Contractors

It will help keep the project running smoothly and efficiently, if you:

*Make sure the contractor has access to your home in order to complete the work on time and on budget.

*Select one person to be the contact with the contractor, to keep informed of job progress, and to answer questions as they arise.

*Avoid confusion and do not visit with workers or sub-contractors while they are working. They are not responsible for solving problems; the contractor needs to do so.

*Do not make verbal requests and changes. Make sure you obtain a signed change order, in order to avoid misunderstandings and "surprise" extra changes.

If you are looking for a Spokane remodeling contractor then please call 509-484-4838 or complete our online request form.