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Modern Kitchen

Jul 08, 2010 by Level One Construction

Blending the kitchen and dining room into a single open space creates an open, modern space that allows the chef to interact with guests.

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Grand Kitchen Reno

May 31, 2010 by Merit Kitchens

Styled after the Shaker elements of design aesthetics, this striking kitchen renovation is also a prime example of “Vancouverism” as it belongs to a condo in a landmark building in the Coal Harbour area of downtown Vancouver.

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Snow Thrower Buying Guide

Aug 16, 2010 by Lowe's

Shoveling snow is difficult and time-consuming work. There is an easier way to clear snow from areas around your home. A snow thrower can clear most surfaces in a fraction of the time required by shoveling with much less effort.

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The Old Brick House

Jan 01, 2006 by WhiteHall Homes

The exterior of this home is composed of old brick, the new windows are black and iron screening was added to the front door and yard. To address privacy concerns, a tongue-and-groove screen was constructed. The back elevation is sleek and modern, complementing the structure.

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Amazing Addition

Nov 30, 2009 by BrownRock Renova

The impressive vaulted turret ceiling of the stunning new addition is the highlight of this exterior renovation.

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Choosing a Heater for Your Home

Jun 29, 2010 by Lowe's

Is efficiency the major determining factor for you when looking for home heating solutions? Is flexibility a concern? Or, maybe you’re looking for a good source of emergency heat when the power goes out. No matter what you’re looking for, we have a heating solution for every need.

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Grand Home Opening

May 01, 2008 by Carick Home Improvements

As the years pass by, the homes that were built in the 1950s to accommodate the baby boom start to feel darker and cramped. At least, that’s how these Etobicoke, Ontario homeowners felt about their space when they decided make a change. The home had a lot of room, but quartered-off areas made it feel smaller, and the layout was inconvenient for entertaining.

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Careful and Innovative Detailing

Oct 27, 2009 by Briar Design and Construction Ltd.

Three segregated, boxy rooms were transformed into an open great room that still retained the unique identity of each area.

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Modernistic Cool

Aug 07, 2009 by Klondike Contracting

This renovation is the perfect example of how professionals can take an average home and transform it into the epitome of modernity.

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Out of a Time Warp

Jul 21, 2009 by Big Dog Renovations

This BC home was definitely a blast from the past that seriously needed to go back to the future. The updated rooms are not only stunning incarnations that are bright and open, they will certainly still be classics for decades to come.

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Bucolic Beauty

Jul 08, 2009 by Shakespeare Homes & Renovations

A cabin-esque getaway feel combined with a beautiful open concept design, built with natural materials and a touch of dramatic lighting is the perfect combination for a home that needed a major rejuvenation.

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Choosing a Backyard Barn or Storage Shed

Aug 19, 2010 by Lowe's

Is your garage so full of lawn equipment, holiday decorations and miscellaneous items you have to park your car in the drive? Or maybe you have so much stuff stored in the attic that your ceilings are starting to sag. If this sounds like your home, a stylish storage shed, garden shed, or backyard barn is just the space-expanding solution you need.

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Bathroom Magic renovation project

May 23, 2012 by Bathroom Magic

This Bathroom Magic customer wanted all the latest materials and colors for their new bathroom. They removed the old tub and shower walls and said "no to more tile & grout ever!"

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