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How do we assist with outdoor space renovations? For starters, we step outside and walk the property with a homeowner.
It’s been said that the kitchen is the ‘new’ or ‘real’ living room, and this has been especially true during the past decade.
While you research the topic of “aging in place,” take a look at the following websites. We found them informative and easy to navigate, while providing useful resources and sound approaches.
If you’re considering aging in place modifications in your home, it’s important to examine all of your home’s major spaces including entry ways, bathrooms, bedrooms, kitchen and even your yard.
If you're considering aging-in-place modifications in your home, it's important to examine all of your home's major spaces including entry ways, bathrooms, bedrooms, kitchen and even your yard.
These days, there’s a lot of conversation around the topic of “aging in place“, so we’ve decided to write a little bit on the subject.
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Merrick Design and Build has completed multiple kitchen remodeling projects over the years and one of the most memorable was for an "empty nester" couple living in the DC metro area.
Spring’s in full swing and, for many DC area homeowners, this season prompts a professional check of their homes spaces in need of inspection, maintenance and repair.
Many homeowners are resolving to make small, medium and large modifications to their homes and habits in 2012.
About residential spray foam insulation.
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