Posted by Santi on July 31, 2012
It’s just crazy to me that now a days you can go on YouTube.com and find a video on just about every subject. It isn’t just all about music videos, as so many are led to believe. For example, my kid sister is looking to having her kitchen cabinets replace in the old house that they bought a few years back. But after checking around and finding out how expensive nice quality looking kitchen cabinets are these days, she was told about how Kitchen Magic can reface her current kitchen cabinets. And she quickly found on YouTube.com a video that laid it all out for her.
Kitchen Magic is can get the job done cheaper and faster. Isn’t the Internet just a gas folks, how did we ever manage without it back in the day. And better yet, how is it going to make things bigger, better, faster and cheaper in the future?
Posted by Santi on July 20, 2012
The wife is really pushing me to remodel our master bathroom here real soon. I have been contemplating doing just that for some time now, but other things just seem to keep me busy around the place and it keeps getting put on the back burner. I agree that the bathroom could really use a make over and I like all the things that she wants re done in there. I even like the idea of putting in one of the unique vessel sinks that she has found at VesselSinks.com and is so excited about getting for that bathroom.
I have seen a few of these vessel sinks in some friends houses these past couple of years and really like the look of them. I like the stone ones and she of course likes the glass ones, guess we better come to some type of agreement here real soon or I’ll never get that darned bathroom started and completed to both of our satisfaction.
Posted by Santi on July 12, 2012
It seems that the rustic bar stools that arrived yesterday went over real well with newly built bar and the wife as well, I’m glad to say. We have worked real hard in getting that whole part of the house finished up and there now seems to be a light at the end of the tunnel. And the Montana Pine Log Foot Stool that we got to put behind the bar is a welcomed addition.
Posted by Santi on July 8, 2012
It’s good to hear a good story about a kitchen remodeling contractor, one that came with a happy ending for everyone involved. Since a lot of folks can’t afford to buy a new home, due to the economy still being in such a mess, there has been an increase of people remodeling and making their current residences bigger and better. Along with this rush to improve their homes there have been a ton of horror stories about jobs gone wrong which can cost a ton of money and cause more aggravation and stress than a person needs to deal with. As well as tying up the legal systems all across the country.
My good friend, Jeff, used foster remodeling and couldn’t be happier with his choice of contractors and his spending his time spreading the word about this remodeling company that made such a difference in his life and his home. So I thought I’d take a moment here today to help play it forward as well.
Posted by Santi on July 2, 2012
The saying “Go West Young Man” took a strong hold on my oldest brother many years ago and he managed to get his life in order and did indeed head west and has settled in around the San Diego, California area and couldn’t be happier right now. He is working full time, living the life of a confirmed bachelor with a nice small home right on Mission Beach, and healthy as a horse.
I have managed to go out and visit him a couple of times and I have to admit that I am envious of his lifestyle and his life, but I’m always glad to come back home to my family and own home when it’s all said and done. Right now he is looking for good qualified san diego bathroom remodel company that can take care of the only problem room in his house, which is his master bathroom. If he lived closer I could lend him a hand and we could get it knocked out together in short order, but for now the job will most likely go to whoever my brother finds when he Googles “remodeling san diego” and just pay some one else to take care of the problem.