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1 hr ago | The News-Press
It really doesn't matter how good Serge Lauzon's remodeling work is -- and it did look great -- if he doesn't have a license, won't finish his jobs and gets paid in full up front.
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5 hrs ago | The Wilson County News
Offer condolences 1945-2013 John Randall "Randy" Davenport, 68, of Friendswood passed away on Friday, Nov. 22, 2013, in Webster.
Home improvement is a $500 billion a year industry in the U.S. That makes finding a competent and reliable contractor key to a successful project.
Bill Beckwith, co-host of HGTV's home improvement show Curb Appeal , died Monday after a fatal motorcycle crash in San Francisco.
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Stephen Muse and Marc Langhammer's design included a new family room, office, and guest room on the first floor and a master suite and office on the second floor.
A 32-year-old Buckeye Lake man accused of stealing thousands of dollars through home improvement scams was arrested on a warrant by the Fairfield County Sheriff's Office in Millersport.
It seems like on just about every episode of MTV's Cribs there was a scene where stops the tour in his entryway to explain how every single tile in the floor was imported from some monastery in France.
When Michelle and Jon Christy bought their 1980s-era home in North Tustin, Calif., much of the residence already was remodeled.
Gordon Carrier's the architect, Robin Wilson's the interior designer -- and they survived a home remodel, completed 10 years ago.
For the first time in a long time, home remodel costs are trending in a positive direction for homeowners looking to add value with cost-effective projects.
For this "marble box" bathroom design, DeRhodes Construction used honed Carrera marble throughout to lovely effect.
Now that temperatures are more bearable, homeowners have awoken from their sleepy summer to a long list of housework.
In what Mark McInturff of McInturff Architects calls a "simple and economical" construction, with straightforward framing and no new footings or foundations, a one-story box on a walk-out basement became a two-story box on a walk-out lower level.