Category Archives: Do It Yourself

Moen’s STo Chrome Faucet is Built to Last

moen_stoWhether you’re remodeling your kitchen or just replacing a worn fixture, selecting the right kitchen faucet is an important decision. Not only do you want a faucet that will look great, but you also want one that stand up to daily use and last for years. The STo Chrome faucet from Moen meets all of those requirements. Continue reading “Moen’s STo Chrome Faucet is Built to Last” »

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The Moen Align Kitchen Faucet Makes the Perfect Finishing Touch for Your Kitchen or Bar

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Selecting the right faucet for your kitchen, bar or prep area can not only set the tone but it can also impact the functionality. You should look for a bar faucet that complements the sink and counter as well as your kitchen or bar dĂ©cor. You should also consider the depth of the sink to determine the best faucet height. A shallow sink will need a tall faucet to accommodate tall dishware. Continue reading “The Moen Align Kitchen Faucet Makes the Perfect Finishing Touch for Your Kitchen or Bar” »

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Indulge in Peace with a Porcher EcoSilent Whirlpool Tub

porcher_tubWhirlpool tubs are a great way to unwind and relax at the end of the day. But in addition to relaxation, whirlpool tubs offer several other benefits. A soak in a whirlpool tub can help alleviate stress and anxiety, improve circulation, and provide relief from aches and pains caused by arthritis, sore muscles and sports injuries. Soaking in a whirlpool before bed can also improve your sleep. Continue reading “Indulge in Peace with a Porcher EcoSilent Whirlpool Tub” »

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Walk-in Bathtubs in Missouri – Choosing between Inward and Outward Swinging Doors

Walk-in bathtubs can be a great safety measure for elderly or disabled people who have trouble climbing in and out of a tub; or they can just be a luxurious addition to an already gorgeous bathroom. Whatever reason you need one of these modern tubs in your bath, there will be one major choice you have to make: do you want an inward-swinging or outward-swinging door? Continue reading “Walk-in Bathtubs in Missouri – Choosing between Inward and Outward Swinging Doors” »

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Looking for a Custom Sink in Grandview? We’ve got Fireclay Sinks!

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Say good-bye to stainless steel, and say hello to a fireclay custom sink in Grandview! Fireclay sinks are some of the strongest and most durable kitchen sinks you can find, plus they’re beautiful and extremely modern too. Continue reading “Looking for a Custom Sink in Grandview? We’ve got Fireclay Sinks!” »

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Need a Tile Shower Alternative Option in Kansas City?

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It used to be that if you didn’t want to have the same old fiberglass shower enclosure, you had one other choice and that was to tile. Of that tile homeowners often found the choices limited, and many found that the installation and maintenance of tile too demanding. Continue reading “Need a Tile Shower Alternative Option in Kansas City?” »

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Control your HVAC System Wirelessly Using Your Smartphone, iPad, or PC.

With everything becoming wireless, it was only a matter of time before our HVAC systems were controllable through our smartphones and laptops. Using Honeywell’s Total Connect Comfort Services in conjunction with their Wi-Fi thermostats, you are able to monitor and manage your heating and cooling system anywhere you happen to be. Continue reading “Control your HVAC System Wirelessly Using Your Smartphone, iPad, or PC.” »

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Update your Bar for the Holidays with a New Bar Sink from Elkay and Faucet from American Standard

When your family and friends gather together this holiday season, what is it they will be gathering around? If it’s your bar, considering upgrading the look of it with an Elkay sink featuring a new faucet from American Standard. These two brands compliment each other well with their modern and traditional styles that are perfect for every home. Continue reading “Update your Bar for the Holidays with a New Bar Sink from Elkay and Faucet from American Standard” »

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Spice Up your Kitchen and Bath with a Sink from Stone Forest

Stone Forest breaks the mold when it comes to kitchen and bath sinks. Why should a sink be a round, boring, and porcelain white bowl? It doesn’t have to be. Stone Forest proves this.

Thanks to gorgeous craftsmanship, Stone Forest’s kitchen and bath sinks are among the most beautiful you can add to your home. In a variety of unique shapes and sizes, there’s a different sink for every person and every decorating style. Continue reading “Spice Up your Kitchen and Bath with a Sink from Stone Forest” »

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Don’t Neglect Your Residential HVAC Filters

One residential maintenance step that is often overlooked or forgotten about is replacing your HVAC filters. We can be so busy performing visible maintenance steps, we forget about the ones we can’t see.

To keep your HVAC running at the best capacity it can, you should typically replace your filters every 3-4 months. When you keep your filters clean and routinely replaced, the air quality in your home will be at its peak. Those in your family that suffer from allergies or asthma through our Kansas City seasons will appreciate it and they’ll be able to breathe easier. Continue reading “Don’t Neglect Your Residential HVAC Filters” »

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