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Monthly Archives: October 2011
10/28-11/03 Sheer Goes Up, the Roof Sheathing is Complete, Energy Tech Shield and HVAC Ducting Installed & Rough Plumbing is Completed.
Follow the work in progress! Go Next Weeks Blog Roofing, Siding & Tyvek Next Read More
Playing up the personal with an Asian-inspired vanity
Dark wenge contrasts with light anigre wood — an African hardwood that Granato compares to maple. The remodeler chose to use engineered veneers for their consistency and because they last well. The box on the left has a door for concealed storage; the open box can be used for display; and the light-colored center section conceals the plumbing. After finalizing the vanity concept with the client, the team shopped for a vessel sink that would contrast with but also complement the design. Read More
Inspiring homeowners to take a broad brush to their builder-basic walls, paint manufacturers are introducing their annual color trend palettes. Read More
Designers weigh in on popular product selections
Fixr.com, an online market for home improvement, remodeling, and maintenance services, surveyed 20 influential designers about kitchen trends in its Kitchen Remodeling Trends Survey 2010–2011. Survey results are intended to help homeowners who visit the site select products for their projects. The designers were asked to rate product trendiness in eight categories. Read More
Daltile Interior Design Scholarship: Interior design students have an opportunity to fund a portion of their education in the coming year thanks to tile manufacturer Daltile, which is hosting a design competition presented by the American Society of Interior Designers Foundation. The grand prize: a $10,000 scholarship, to be awarded at Surfaces 2012 in January. Read More
10/19-10/24 Trusses set. Windows and flashing go in. View from the top of the roof line!!!
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10/17-10/18- Big day! Trusses arrive and process of placing and installing the trusses starts. Contractor’s grandson signals his approval of a job well done!
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10/6-10/14 2nd story walls start to go up, stairs are built and framing is almost complete.
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“From start to finish of the project, we always felt confident that the job was being performed to our satisfaction. We were provided frequent updates from both the office team and construction manager. As Two-time satisfied clients, Gayler Construction is the only contractor we will ever consider using in the future!”