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Do I Need a Range Hood?

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When choosing appliances for a kitchen renovation, range hoods are often overlooked. It is important to understand the purpose of range hoods, the various designs CFM requirements and venting options to avoid buyers' remorse.  Keep reading to learn more about range hood details.

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Murphy's Law and Remodeling

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Murphy's Law ... "If anything can go wrong, it will" ... was coined at Edwards Air Force Base in 1949.  Its namesake, Captain Edward Murphy, was an engineer working on a project to determine how much sudden deceleration a person can stand in a crash. Upon finding a transducer wired wrong by a technician, he remarked, "If there is any way to do it wrong, he'll find it." The project manager added this to his list of "laws," referring to it as Murphy's Law.

So, how is Murphy's Law connected with remodeling projects?  Like the Air Force project, you can expect to have some aspect of a remodeling project go wrong. This can even include items outside the area being remodeled.

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Expectations are Everything

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A kitchen remodeling project represents a significant of your time and money.  At various times in the planning process our clients ask a version of the following question … “What should I expect during the project?”  As most people only undertake one remodeling project in their life, it is filled with uncertainty and unfamiliarity.

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How Do You Touch Up Cabinets?

The cabinets in your kitchen and bathroom have a difficult life. Constantly being opened & closed, residing in an environment with water & moisture, and being run into by people, vacuums, pets, and any number of household items. Given this wear and tear, your cabinets are very likely to be inadvertently scratched. How do you touch-up your cabinets to make those little mishaps disappear?

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Cabinet Warranties - 4 Questions to Ask

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Warranty information has at least one characteristic in common with a legal document or owner's manual ... they are not terrible exciting reading. However, like most small print, you should take a moment to read and understand the warranty. As you evaluate your cabinetry options, remember to consider these 4 questions.

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Meridian - Kessler Kitchen Remodel

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Budgeting for a Kitchen Remodel

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Microwave Ovens -- What Are My Choices?

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Adding a Kitchen Island

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Countertop Options: Part 3

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