Debby Allmon was featured in this past Sunday’s Kansas City Star answering a reader’s question about the safest way to remove floor-to-ceiling wall mirrors.
I have no idea about reno and stuff but we bought and moved in a 18 year old house two months ago. At first I thought we were just going to take out carpet and put in laminate. Anyway one thing leads to another... I went to an auction and bought a 36" kitchen cabinets only to find out the top cabinets are too tall.
We are remodeling our home and would like to lower the fireplace. We a two story home and this is the only opening to the fireplace. We have already removed the harth. What is involved in lowering the fireplace?
The fireplace can be lowered.
Our bathroom has bedrooms on both sides all the plumbing was on the right wall ,sink toilet and bathtub, we flipped bathtub fixtures to left wall. My question is the wall that it is now on is only 2x4 deep between bathroom and bedroom was there a minimum space that must be in between that wall?
There is no minimum that I am familiar with.
The Leawood Rotary club recently raised over $3500 in their annual Christmas Auction. The money was evenly divided between Marillac School, www.marillac.org and the Urban Rangers, www.urckc.org, two very deserving organizations. The photo shows the two auctioneers, Stu Sharp and Jake Schloegel, demonstrating one of the auction items.
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"Runnin' crown" is a term used by carpenters when they are installing a head mold of some type on top of cabinets or in any room. There are several type of ceiling-to-wall moldings one can use; crown, cove, bed, picture and flat moldings to name a few.
What’s a warranty worth? How many times have we purchased something and it had a warranty that we thought was pretty good. When we go to make a claim, we find out that either the company is out of business or we don’t qualify due to some technicality.
This past year was one of the most exciting ones that we have ever had. We loved being apart of all the new
design trends, remodeling advancements, and new home improvements. The design world sure is advancing, as commented on by a few of the posts this past year.
Is it really almost March already? Wow. This year is flying by! We’ve been so lucky to host and be involved in a number of events so far in 2010. Here’s a short recap:
January was an exciting month for us. On top of hosting a seminar on design trends, Schloegel Design Remodel was also very excited to hear we won eight awards at the 2009 REMYs:
Best of Show $75,000-$150,000: Bath Remodel
Best of Show Under $75,000: Kitchen Remodel
Kitchen Remodel $40,000-$80,000 - Winner & All Star
Whole House Remodel $250,000-$500,000 – Winner
Bath Remodel over $60,000 – Winner
Lower Level Finishes over $100,000 - Honorable Mention & All Star
Interior Remodel $50,000-$100,000 - Honorable Mention & All Star
Designs and Plans - Honorable Mention
We were also excited to be able to sponsor a team in the Kansas City Children’s TLC Groundhog’s Day run.