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What happens when high-energy experts talk design and construction trends? A lot of advice surrounded by silliness.
MyFixitUpLife talk show is thrilled to be part of the Wellborn Cabinet's showplace at the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show in Vegas. Broadcast live from their booth, hosts Mark and Theresa talked about everything with expert guests. There were selfies. There was crocheting. There was live music and belly laughs. (We can't wait for next year.)
Guests on this episode include DIY Network's 'Million Dollar Contractor' Stephen Fanuka, DIY Network's 'Man Caves,' 'Sledgehammer,' and 'Desperate Landscapes' host Jason Cameron, Wellborn Cabinet's designer Karen Salyer, Fine Homebuilding editor Patrick McCombe.
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Finding a home improvement contractor just got a whole lot easier.
If you have ever thought about remodeling your home, you know that it could get complicated in a hurry. And while we're licensed contractors and have been banging around in the remodeling world for more than a decade, we still run into situations where we need to find a reputable electrician or plumber. So Mark and Theresa were psyched to learn about HomeAdvisor's solution. It's like Tindr for construction.
Mark and Theresa also are talking remodeling advice, trends, tips, and design ideas in this episode from the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show.
Guests on this episode include our construction idols Norm Abram and Tom Silva from This Old House, Brooke Gabbert from HomeAdvisor, DIY Network's 'Rescue Renovation' host Kayleen McCabe, HGTV 'Design Star' and Kohler expert Tyler Wisler, celebrity chef Joe Arvin, and HGTV's 'Income Property' host Scott McGillivray.
Did you know that Jesus is preparing a place in Heaven for me and you? Thats right, as we speak, construction permits have been issued and the payment bond has been granted by the Blood of the Lamb, Jesus Christ! Join us tonight as we explore the promise spoken by Jesus in the Gospel of John, chapter 14 concerning Heaven's new construction phase!
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Today we're discussing how to effectively work with builder representatives for new construction homes, and how that can lead to a wealth of listings & leads for agents - especially now that the market is recovering and making up for lost time in the construction market during the lean years.
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This will be the first of a multiple part series on how to approach garden design for a residential project which will benefit those homeowners who are going to do the majority of the work themselves and/or be more knowledgeable when working with a professional garden construciton company so you as the homeonwer can approach the project from a position of having an understanding of what should happen during a garden construction project. We will start with revieiwng the site and progress through design considerations, options and techniques. We will also include how to identify a good contractor and how to source and idientfy good vendors if you are installing yoour garden yourself. After dogin this for 40+ years we have learned through both formal education and sometime more importantly hands on trial and error.
When we go through things in life, it is human to cry out Lord why me? At the end of the day we don't have the right to question Him. He is God, He knows about all your hurt and all your pain. He's waiting for you to ask for help. He's waiting for you to depend on Him. Waiting for you to surrender. You who have been handling it on your own, you who've been paying God. We often say " I surrender ALL" then trust Him and let go. Could you be under construction? but you keep interupting the process.... Let's talk..
Deputy Chief Anthony Avillo and Battalion Chief Jim Duffy host "Fireground Strategies and Other Stuff from the Street." this show covers fireground organization and operational safety as well as building construction and choosing a strategic mode of operation from the point of view of those in command of both the fireground and individual companies.
James M. Breaker, Jr LTC, Retired U.S. Army. I have deep roots in Jacksonville's northside community. I’m a devoted family man, married for 32 years, the father of five sons and 2 grandchildren. The Breakers are long time active members of St. Pius the V Catholic Church where I serve as an Extra Ordinary Minister of the Eucharist. I attended Jacksonville area schools and is a proud graduate of William M. Raines Class of 1971. I earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree with a major in Marketing/Management from the University of North Florida. After graduating from college, I was commissioned as an Officer in the United States Army. I served honorably in "Operation Enduring Freedom" and retired at the rank of LTC after 26 years of service to our country.
I declined several promising job offers because I feel that I’m needed more in my community. As a Real Estate Developer, I have continued to work in the community by revitalizing commercial and residential property for the beautification and economic development of our community. I am already heavily involved in community and business development plans for District 8 (The District of Soul). I have been a businessman in District 8 for over 25 years and a Real Estate Developer for more than 10 years. I have successfully developed real estate in Sweet Water/West Jacksonville, East Jacksonville, New Town as well as the District of Soul. I’m an avid lifetime supporter of business development in the northwest quadrant and active Board Member for the Jacksonville Black Chamber of Commerce, First Coast Chapter of the National Business League, District of Soul and Jacksonville Youth Works. I am also a member of the SCLC, Knights of Peter Claver, Knights of Columbus, American Legion Post and the VFW.
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Join us for a conversation with Ernest Furtado, thirty year commercial real estate veterin with Royal LePage Commercial, Real Estate Centre Team. Ernest has built up a number of commercial real estate teams in his career and he knows his way around a real estate transaction. Learn a few cool things about commercial real estate and how you can start making money today by spotting opportunities.
Also, on this episode, you'll hear from Matt Gonsalves from Foremost Financial Corporation about financing hard to place development projects and more. Foremost Financial has a large pool of investment capital get your development off the ground.
For more information about about the guests or to arrange mortgage funding on your next real estate project call David at 416 876 2031. David specializes in commercial and private lending. Apartment buildings, mixed use properties, construction, 1st & 2nd mortgages.
After retiring from a career in theatre and film, Celina found herself in the studio writing music. Fast forward two years, Celina picked up a crochet hook, some yarn and turned that extra energy to relearning to crochet. After following the second pattern, she turned her love for math and construction into a small business. You can see her designs at Simply Collectible where fiber meets practicality with a sprinkle of edginess.
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The frozen pipe issue is becoming a very hot item. For me it's starting to hit close to home because my neighbors waterlines froze up. My sister is without water and Grand Ave and Pine Ave are having problems.
At the coffee shop people just can't seem to figure out why a plan was not in place to address these issues
Not all frozen pipes can be attributed to recent road construction even if you consider the last decade. Neither the City nor the Water Board are in a position to assume responsibility or liability for all cold weather related water problems.
Some of the stories that I'm hearing, some related to price gouging, make me wonder why our city government and the Water Board haven't come up with a plan that not only addresses the issue but protects the consumer.
The Water Board should provide a list of competent, proven contractors with a set price. The first attempt should be without digging. It can be done by competent people that know what they are doing.
People are talking about the proposed dog park at former 39th Street School site.
The Niagara Falls City Council is taking as survey to evaluate residents priorities.