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furniture ideas

Hello, finishing a log home and looking for some ideas on furniture. Need a sofa and loveseat combo…See More
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furniture ideas

Hello, finishing a log home and looking for some ideas on furniture. Need a sofa and loveseat combo would like leather however we are finding that most of the box stores carry large / over sized sofas that wont really work for us, the cabin is small. Any ideas and or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.Thanks!Continue

Started by Andrew in Repair and Home Projects Help on Saturday.

Flooring advice..

My grandparents' house is 50 years old. Nothing has been done to them in 30 years or more. Kitchen has fir and the rest of the house has wide board pine. There are gaps in between the woods maybe not but it began to look weird.I'm planning to renovate the entire house floors. The rooms and living room have wooden cupboards so I'd love to have an antique flooring which can…Continue

Started by Emma Nathan in All About Stains and Sealants Apr 30.

Using Glass Backslpashes In Kitchen

Been thinking about using glass backsplashes in my kitchen.Glass provides an attractive and cost-effective alternative to tile and other backsplashes. With minimal seams, it is much easier to clean than tiles.But I heard so many people saying, it'll crack easily. If the glass is being installed near a heat source, it'll eventually crack when exposed to the heating element. So I don't know how long it's gonna last in the kitchen.When I called a nearby…Continue

Started by James F. Geyer in Building and Maintenance Issues Apr 28.

Self Storage For Storing Furniture

Hey guys,I'm from Richmond Hill and I'm living with my wife and kids.Bought a new house and we're planning to shift very soon. But here's the problem, our new house is a little bit small compared to the one we're living in. So it's not spacious enough to accommodate all the stuff we have.We tried different patterns to organize the new house. We even went to the house and checked. But no matter how hard we try the house will look really congested especially the living room. Hence it leaves us…Continue

Started by James F. Geyer in Building and Maintenance Issues Apr 16.

Log Home update

So the wife and are in our log home, thanks to Peele Timber out of Middlesex NC.,. They are the best people and working crew that any one can afford. Truly a wonderful experience from start to finish. If there's any questions in-regards to having your log home built by these great folks, then please send me an email. NOW back to SL, almost 15k deposit gone with just a set of stamped plans. Not one 2x4 or piece of log cut from them. Sat with a salesman, asked lots of questions, including a rough…Continue

Started by Leon DeLorge in Issues, Questions, Suggestions, Complaints (and Compliments!) Apr 8.

Electrical Panel Upgrade

I'm planning to upgrade my electrical panel to 200 amp. The house is too old, I mean around 25-30 years old. So, I think it's high to upgrade the panel to avoid electrical accidents.When asked about the panel upgrade people are saying different things. Some say that if we pick the panel, the building must be brought up to code with a new build. But some guys are saying it isn't a problem because it's a really old house.Most of our rooms are about 10x10. Currently, we have two outlets. Is it ok,…Continue

Started by James F. Geyer in Building and Maintenance Issues Mar 29.

Home cleaning...

Hey, I was working for a private firm in Mississauga.I've been using a nearby maid service for the past two years. I chose pros for cleaning, not because I hate domestic cleaning but I was running out of time!Now I've two toddler kids, I resigned my job and started my life as a stay at home mom. I love to be too!I feel like inexperienced in this field! Before this I had my mom, she used to work really hard to keep our…Continue

Started by Emma Nathan in Issues, Questions, Suggestions, Complaints (and Compliments!) Mar 27.

Moving...

Hey, at last, we are moving to a rented home. To find a fund for buying a new home we sold our apartment. I have already packed our dresses and kids' toys(Lol just thought to begin with the easy tasks!).My hubby has a conference in Vancouver, so I can't expect him to join me in this. I have to move our household appliances. Then we have a garage full of gym equipment. In the beginning, we were planning to hire a container truck but dropped the plan due to some inconvenience(We won't get any…Continue

Started by Emma Nathan in Just For Fun Mar 15.

 
 
 

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