By Brent and Sue BaileyOwnersDreamMaker Bath and KitchenHome is really where our hearts are, especially over the past 18 months. For this reason, home remodeling has become something most homeowners are looking into having done. There are a lot of do-it-yourself people who have the skillset to complete most of the tasks necessary during a … Continue reading The One Thing Every Remodel Needs – A Designer
When was the last time you went under your house to check the crawl space. The answer for most homeowners is usually rarely or never. But, if you have crawled under your house, it’s possible you could find humidity, pests, mold and sagging floor joists. What is a crawlspace and what is its function? A … Continue reading What’s Under My House & Why Do I Need To Know?
By Monika Stark, Owner Ceramic Harmony When searching for beautifully designed, richly sourced, carefully crafted, and durably protected countertop installations, Ceramic Harmony is the Southeast’s premiere destination. Ceramic Harmony combines experience, state-of-the-art technology, and meticulous attention to detail to provide homeowners with the ambiance they dream of. Everything at Ceramic Harmony begins with imagination. As … Continue reading Top Notch Countertop Craftsmanship
By Brent and Sue BaileyOwners DreamMaker Bath and Kitchen of Huntsville Spring brings about warm weather, outdoor sports and spring cleaning. After staying Safer at Home for almost a year now, most people are ready for a new start, including their kitchens and baths. Spring is the perfect time of year to begin thinking about … Continue reading “That Ugly BUDGET word”
By Frances Akridge City Council Representative District 2 I’m humming an old-fashion tune these days to the sound of “Button up your overcoat, when the wind is free...take good care of yourself, you belong to me.” It’s a catchy, sweet, jaunty tune and it brings a smile to my face as I look forward to warm March winds, anticipating April showers. The 1928 song also inspires me to take an old fashioned Sunday Drive, too, windows down, … Continue reading Button Up Your Overcoat