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  • Luxury Vinyl Tile
    Need New Floors? Try Luxury Vinyl Tile!

    SHOPPING FOR A NEW FLOORING OPTION?  If it’s time to replace a worn out linoleum floor and you are in a quandary after visiting flooring show rooms. We have some flooring facts for you about Luxury Vinyl...

    • Posted April 7, 2018
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  • home protection
    Tips to Keep Your Home Safe From Break-Ins During Your Travels or Anytime

    According to Ooma (www.ooma.com/home-security/)—a leading DIY home phone and security company—there are 6 basic inexpensive steps homeowners can take to deter and react to break-ins.   #1 Mind The Front Door 34% of break-ins occur at the...

    • Posted April 7, 2018
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  • phantom power
    Phantom Power

      Summer is right around the corner, and if you’re like me, you’ are going to look for every possible way to save money on your energy bill because you want to pump the A/C 24/7/ 365....

    • Posted April 7, 2018
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  • hidden costs of home
    Hidden Home Sale Costs Will Cost You

    LOOK OUT! HIDDEN HOME SALE COSTS WILL COST YOU!   These expenses associated with property sales are common, yet often overlooked. Don’t let them catch you by surprise.   You stand to make a pretty penny selling...

    • Posted April 7, 2018
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  • home office
    5 Quick Organization Tips For Your Home Office

    Working from home is becoming a far more popular concept in the digital age. Almost anyone in an office-based position now has the luxury and the choice to skip the daily commute and water cooler gossip for...

    • Posted April 2, 2018
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  • GlazNSeal
    Glaze ‘N Seal – The Finishing Touch

    The project was to completely update a modest 1,177 sq. ft. 100 plus year-old home, inside and out, in old town Brentwood, California. While renovation work by Carey Bros. Remodeling headed toward completion at a steady pace,...

    • Posted April 1, 2018
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  • Cali Bamboo, Making a Difference Today for a More Sustainable Future Tomorrow

    One of the most visually important decisions made for this small 1,177 sq. ft. historic bungalow was the flooring – and we made an extremely surprising choice: Bamboo We opted for one of the best hi-tech hybrid...

    • Posted April 1, 2018
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  • Belgard Pavers
    Belgard Pavers the Way to Success

    A small, weathered and aging 111-year old bungalow, located at 604 Second Street in Old Town Brentwood California, presented a unique challenge for Carey Brothers Remodeling to do a total top-to-bottom and inside-out period restoration. The house...

    • Posted March 25, 2018
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  • Jeffrey Court
    Jeffrey Court, Fashion Forward Timeless Tiles for an Historic Renovation

    One of the key visual elements and challenges in renovating and updating a historic 100-year-old plus bungalow was to find and recapture the right vintage looking ceramic tiles for the various rooms. We chose to recapture the...

    • Posted March 25, 2018
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  • Simpson Door Company
    Using Custom Made Doors on a Historic Renovation, with Simpson Door Company

    Finding doors to match our renovation to the “T” was a major concern, however, we thrilled to find that the Simpson Door company could manufacture for us. Both entry and interior doors we created from Douglas Fir,...

    • Posted March 17, 2018
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