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Remodel your kitchen and bath now. Find out what it cost? How much time it takes? Who want's to do just a bath or kitchen.
Can you do it yourself?
We will discuss all the options and cost of doing something that will increase the value of your property.
Our guest tonight will be Ms. Daniela Rivera from IKEA, she will be able to answer your questions ... Just call in the first part of the show.
I CAN'T WAIT!
Tough Talk with Tony Gambone and his guest Samantha Elandary & Mike Calderwood
Samantha Elandary is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Parkinson Voice Project, the only nonprofit organization solely dedicated to preserving the voices of those with Parkinson’s and related neurological disorders. She holds a Bachelors in Communication Disorders and English and a Masters in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of North Texas. Since 1999, Mrs. Elandary has worked exclusively with Parkinson's patients and has devoted her career to making voice treatment accessible to any patient experiencing speech difficulties, regardless of a patient's ability to pay for treatment. She also created "The LOUD Crowd®,” a maintenance program for Parkinson patients consisting of weekly speech groups, singing groups, and other engaging activities that help people with Parkinson’s keep their voices strong and clear. Parkinson Voice Project’s services are provided at no charge to their patients.
Founded by Michael Calderwood, Thrive Business Center is an organization created to educate and support small business owners who are burned out, spinning their wheels and don't know what to do next. Michael brings nearly two decades of practical experience to the table, to help them fix what is not working in their business and create sustainable, profitable and thriving enterprises. Before founding Thrive Business Center, Michael was a serial entrepreneur for nearly twenty years. During that time he built dozens of businesses in many different industries, from home inspections to health and wellness to children’s entertainment. Some of these ventures were extremely successful, some less so, but building these businesses from scratch taught him exactly what it takes to make a small business thrive.
Hour one: Corgibytes. It's common to hear developers recommend scrapping an existing application and building it over from scratch. Sometimes this makes sense, but often it's more cost effective to improve what you already have. Would you tear down your house if all you wanted to do was update your kitchen or add on a sunroom? No, you'd remodel what's already there. Learn more about Corgibytes' remodeling and retrofitting services.
Hour two: Craig and Ben do Computer and Technology News, brought to you by Slimware Utilities, the Official Optimization Software of Computer America, and answer your computer questions!
The drop zone is a dreaded area for most every mom and designer. How do we deal with it? Join us.
Enter kitchen. Drop keys.
Enter kitchen. Drop papers from school.
Enter kitchen. Drop lunchbox.
Enter kitchen. Stare at items that should be somewhere else.
Yes, the last person is anti-drop zone.
Why has the kitchen counter become a drop zone for anything and everything that enters the house. Mail, packages, homework, keys, wallets, sun glasses, coffee cups. It's all there. And it would be easy to learn everything you might want to know about a family from what is inside that drop zone.
But what can we do about it? Should we eliminate it? Or embrace the drop zone?
We're talking with kitchen and design experts-- Stacy Garcia and Lisa Smith, from the weekly Twitter chat #KBTribeChat about the drop zone.
Join us on Tuesday, August 26th at 1pmET to share your thoughts as we discuss the kitchen drop zone live on YouTube and G+ on-air hangout. Post a comment below or share with us during the chat. We'd love to know what you think.
Learn all about the fun and exciting features that make the September 26-28, 2014 Maricopa County Home Show the premier destination for homeowners. Tune in to find out what you can expect to see and learn from this year's Fall Home & Landscape Show.
OK...this episode is to explain what an interior designer does & what part they play in the creation, design & implementation of any build, remodel or renovation construction project. The difference between a "decorator" & an "interior designer" will be addressed, as well as the difference between an interior designer, architect, structural engineer & contractor.
Are you ready to tackle the home improvement project? Should you DYI it or hire a professional builder? Whether you're looking to do a small scale bathroom remodel or an involved addition, it's a wise first step to know not just what you're getting into but with who... what should you ask your building contractor? Scope of project, timeline, and costs are just a few of the important points to cover in choosing the best man for your job.
With an eye for detail, a head for efficiency, and a conscience for cost, Steve Bertrand, owner and builder with 30+ yrs experience joins Tamara Leigh's TREND ON with Heidi Feemster LIVE at 10am CT, Wed., July 9, 2014 on the Linked Local Network.
Bertrand Construction of Santa Barbara, CA combines the precision of Finish Carpentry with the broad knowledge of a General Contractor and is licensed, bonded, and insured. Steve is also an avid runner and cyclist.
Follow us on twitter: @tamaraleighllc @heidifeemster @linkedlocalnet and tamaraleighllc.com and linkedlocalnetwork.com; and http://www.stevebertrandcarpentry.com/index.html
We're Exploring Kitchen and Bath Trends on the "Let's Talk Home" Show Tonight!
Our special Guest will be Jacob Herskovits from TileBar. We'll talk about cabinets, and vanities and faucets, but our main focus will be on creative ways to use tile in these spaces. I am in the middle of a home remodel and am very excited to try the tile that mimics the look of hardwood flooring. My client in Atlanta had it installed in his basement build out and I love it! We'll take a fresh look at glass tiles and try and figure out the best patterns for a sophisticated and modern home.
Kimberly Ward is the creative force behind the design firm Kimberly and Cameron Interiors. Kimberly has been featured on HGTV and in numerous national publications including Uptown Magazine andHouse Beautiful. Since opening her doors in 2002, she has decorated over 60,000 square feet of residential and small commercial spaces. She is the creator of the award-winning design blog Pinkeggshell which she uses to share design trends and inspirations with readers all over the world. In 2011 Kimberly launched a movement to celebrate other African- American Interior Designers.
Table Talk airs every Saturday at 10 a.m. ET (9 a.m. CT, 7 a.m. PT). Denise interviews those who care for a family member or friend.
This Saturday, Richard, who cares for his brother-in-law and his mom, will join me to talk about managing a home remodel and his caregiving responsibilities.
With increasing awareness of the need to use environmentally sound practices homeowners may find it hard to know where to begin with a green home renovation.
Listen to Jacquline Powers of Powers Design Company and the author of a workbook for home remodeling call “Transitioning to Green”.
www.homefashoinsu.com has Jacquline's remodel book. Click on Earth Friendly Products or call 888-201-3863
Topic: Remodel Your Façade: Home, Face, Body.
Italian born designer and author Valentina Cirasola in her radio show will focus on style in any expression of life. She will talk about interior décor, fashion, colors, food, even manners and etiquette. Valentina’s show will be filled with curiosities from around the world, trends, ideas, suggestions and inside stories.
In this show she will bring her wisdom of decades in business as a designer, she will give you the courage to dare and will resolve any challenge you might have. Stay tuned and be part of Valentina’ Universe once a month.
On this week's BYB Podcast, Big Al and HookSlide welcome pitchers and catchers, quote Shakespeare, compare the Olympics to baseball, say goodbye to Joel Zumaya, delve into the ugly politics of baseball and learn Derek Jeter.may be Jesus Christ.
BYB Podcast 102 has a running time of 43 minutes and features Al Beaton and HookSlide. Mysteriously, Kurt Mensching took the Valentine's Day recording session off. He'll be back next week.
Pitchers and catchers report!
Spring training and Shakesspeare.
Comparing judged Olympic sports with baseball. Or more correctly, judged Olympic athletic exhibitions to an actual sport.
Victor Martinez will catch and play first base in NL parks.
Bruce Rondon shows up to camp in the best shape of his life, having lost 20-30 pounds. Prince Fielder tells Texas media he's in the best shape of his life. Thus begs the question - why aren't highly paid athletes ALWAYS in the best shape of their life? (John Kruk and Bartolo Colon excepted)
The Tigers and Sportservice remodel the Pepsi Porch, adding a bar and replacing bleacher seats with stadium style seats. (Al immediately goes into Abe Simpson mode)
After announcing 2014 would be his final season, the deification of Derek Jeter has already begun. According to Albert Pujols, Jeter is the next closest thing to Jesus Christ.
Saying goodby to Joel Zumaya.
The Angels want to buy off several of Mike Trout's free agency years. It's going to take a $300 million contract to do so.
Major League Baseball owners, despite earning more than $8 billion in revenue in 2013, ddcide to cut costs by nickel and dimin employees. They quietly voted in January to allow individual teams to slash or eliminate pension-plan offerings to their non-uniformed personnel.