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Home Technology

Thursday, June 14th, 2012 Posted in Remodeling Advice | Comments Off on Home Technology

(Article by Oregon Remodelers Association) Remodeling & Technology Integration Imagine a simple touch screen interface that allows you to control whole-house entertainment, climate, communications, security, lighting, the internet and more. Now imagine mobile wireless units that give you complete control anywhere in ...

Warm Feet with Radiant Floor Heating

Friday, June 8th, 2012 Posted in Remodeling Advice | Comments Off on Warm Feet with Radiant Floor Heating

Wouldn’t it be nice to come home on a cold and rainy day and walk across a warm floor? Or even better stretch out on a heated floor after a long day at work. Generally speaking, radiant floor heating is an ...

Which Deck Material Should I use?

Monday, April 30th, 2012 Posted in Remodeling Advice | 1 Comment »

Decking Materials are available in different aesthetics, maintenance options, and price range. Our customers most often request cedar or composite decks, but there are other decks available. Here are 5 basic materials to choose from. 1. Pressure Treated Lumber This economically priced material ...

Surviving Home Remodeling With Allergies

Friday, March 23rd, 2012 Posted in Remodeling Advice | Comments Off on Surviving Home Remodeling With Allergies

 As Published on the Oregon Remodeling Association website at oregonremodelers.com. Homeowners undergoing a remodel who have family members suffering with allergies or asthma may not be aware that the dust stirred up during a remodeling project can make the symptoms worse. ...

Flooding Basements in the Willamette Valley

Thursday, January 26th, 2012 Posted in Remodeling Advice | Comments Off on Flooding Basements in the Willamette Valley

With the recent weather we’ve been having in the Willamette Valley, many people have had to deal with flooded basements. Before you enter a flooded basement, make sure that the electricity is turned off, preferably at the meter. The natural ...