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August 17, 12:16 AM [GMT -5]

I need new cabinets. ours are metal. Can't afford it or make them. or big box stores.
Want to sell home in 2-5 years. would really take a low ball. Eveything else is excellent. Location 3. Walking distance (not that they do, just HS w/ no car) to elem, middle, HS, Water Park. and 10 min bike ride to library(they can play computergames in rooms). Also, great senior activites. Walking distance/ pick up and ride to Senior Center incluedes excellent same cafeteria (not wahat the patients eat) of Hosiptal/doctors eat.
Great Park District, next to Library, youth 9 to 100 yrs can use weitght lifting, aeorbics classes, treadmills, all various bikes, ellipticals, tot pool. this mid 2014 two lap pools were so old had to be re done, so redoing layout of steamroom, whirlpool, sauana and adding warm water arthritic pool. Leaving for it is a Chigago suburb, want to move to where did grad work near ocean and con't to volunteer w animal assisted therapy dog.
Realators say price agressive, big yard , many tear downs staring again.
Can't fix/replace hinges even with bondo. Neighbor tried. Other wise they look OK w/ wood looking laminate covering.. Any ideas on hinges?

March 30, 8:15 AM [GMT -5]

the 4x12 decorative insert looks dull after wiping off the grout and buffing. will the colors look briter after I apply the sealer.

trj

January 18, 11:38 AM [GMT -5]

reading through this procedure sounds easy enough but can be messy. i was told by people in The Home Depot to apply the sealer first. That is before the adhesive.Is this a good idea?Tired a sheet or two and found that the sealer dried into the glass backing and stuck to the cardboard backing, also will the grout be a problem on the sealer after? Why would they tell me to seal first?

October 04, 12:36 AM [GMT -5]

Was wondering if i am able to add a new backsplash to my kitchen - we already have granite on the walls that matches the countertops but i want something different and something that will pop. do i need to remove it or can i just put it right over it? thanks.

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