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Phone: 802.876.6200



  • 02/28/2018 8:41 AM | Anonymous

    A few simple suggestions to help it clean up and look like new!...

    Wash with a mild dish soap and water. Use a soft bristle brush to scrub any debris off. If the fabric still needs additional cleaning, you may use 50/50 bleach/water to spot clean. Please DO NOT use a power washer. This could potentially tear the fabric.

    Enjoy your awning!

  • 08/24/2017 12:50 PM | Anonymous

    Bucket Picture 1

    5 Gallon buckets have their uses but usually are too big and deep for mixing and spreading tile thinset mortar or other materials, paint, cleaners etc.   Here is a way to make the bucket much more useful and versatile by cutting it down to a more useful size.

    Bucket Picture 2

    Take a measurement of the height of bucket.  This bucket is 15”.  Divide in half 7 1/2” and add 1” from bottom.  Make a line with a marker 8 1/2”  up from bottom around bucket.

    Bucket Picture 3

    Cut the bucket in half with any kind of saw.  It will not chip.

    Bucket Picture 4

    Place the bottom half inside the top half.

    Bucket Picture 5

    Pull up on the handle.  It will not fall through not matter what weight you put in it.

    Now you have a smaller depth bucket that is more usable!

    Bucket Picture 6

    When you put it down the bucket will release to the cut down size. Much easier when working on the floor and not having to dig deep in a bucket. Plus a more workable size.

  • 08/10/2017 1:03 PM | Anonymous
    “When considering a kitchen renovation, discuss with your family when the most ideal time would be during the year.  Is it during a school break vacation or Holiday that you will be gone for a week or two? Or Summertime, so that you can use your grill as much as possible?  A renovation is disruptive- and it isn’t a quick fix.  There are many variables involved…   After 11 years of designing, I personally experienced this myself! My advice? Have a plan in place for where you will wash your dishes, and relocate small (and some big) appliances temporarily for your family to use as you wait for your new kitchen.” -Ali White; Kitchens by Design

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