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Kevin O'Connor Mar 26
the feeling is mutual. Nothing better than good, trusted advice.
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Angie Hicks Mar 26
Thanks to everyone who participated! Happy remodeling!
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Angie Hicks Mar 26
Choose flooring that matches your lifestlye. My dog gets pretty muddy, I'm not sure marble floors would fly in my house.
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Angie Hicks Mar 26
She is an AL member who blogs about her projects.
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Angie's List Mar 26
A9 We know has done some awesome projects!
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Angie Hicks Mar 26
A9 Well, I thought our new carpet looked great, despite the challenge of where to put all the kids’ stuff beforehand.
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Kiel Hauck Mar 26
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Angie Hicks Mar 26
So true! Make sure you still have realistic expectations.
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Lindus Construction Mar 26
A8 Home improvement tv shows are great, as long as you get the behind the scenes info. Check this out:
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Angie Hicks Mar 26
A8 The Money Pit is a good movie. Anybody living in their own money pit?
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Angie Hicks Mar 26
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Angie's List Mar 26
From "Save money on a remodel by buying the previous year's appliances."
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Angie Hicks Mar 26
A7 You could plan to DIY some aspects. Interior painting might be something you could do yourself
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Angie Hicks Mar 26
I'm always looking for reasons not to cook!
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Angie's List Mar 26
A6 Insurance matters. Contact both yours & the contractor’s companies to confirm.
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Kiel Hauck Mar 26
Always have the pizza guy on speed dial!
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Angie's List Mar 26
Q6 What are you most worried about when starting a remodeling project?
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Angie Hicks Mar 26
A6 Practical things, mostly, like how to survive without a kitchen, or how to get rooms cleared before re-carpeting.
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Angie Hicks Mar 26
Sounds like you're off to a good start!
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Angie Hicks Mar 26
A5 Have a clear plan. Take time to determine what you want to achieve, and work out the details for how to get there.
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