Published: June 10, 2009, 7:53 AMBy KAY BLOUGH Special to Newsday What you can get for $15,000. You can remodel your bathroom with slightly higher-end fixtures and tile around the shower to the ceiling for $15,000 or remodel a small basement, depending on how extensive the work is, says Kevin Wrynn of Kevin Wrynn Carpentry…

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An excerpt from an article by Lorraine Hart, President of Ideal Consulting Services, appearing in Remodeling Today: Sometimes we allow forces outside of us to dictate our decisions, plans, and actions.  This has never been as true as it has been in this current economic climate.  Unfortunately, some of our decisions, especially those based on fear,…

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After the flood, you may have vacuumed up all the water, but what about all the lingering effects? The building material in your home acts like a sponge, picks up the water and retains it. Commercial dehumidification is mandatory. There is a 5 step process to drying up your home after this flood 1.  The…

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Many adults would like to remain in their homes as they grow older. Often there are physical barriers that make it difficult to address their daily needs without assistance. Modifications to the home can increase safety, accessibility, and independence for older and physically challenged adults. Here are some of the modifications that can be considered:…

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Are you tired of picking up toys from the living room floor? Need a place for the game consoles and teenagers? Would you like a finished laundry room? Looking for clean storage space? The Space You Are Looking For Could Be Right Under Your Feet! All of these can be accomplished by finishing your basement.…

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Making simple changes in your home can have the biggest impact without having the hassle of major reconstruction. You can change the entire look of your living space within a week without breaking the budget. How can you do it? •Create a new look and feel of a space with a simple budget friendly paint…

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Energy savings are not just for winter! Did your cooling bill jump dramatically? Air may be escaping through small openings in your windows and doors. Typical homes lose about 11 percent of their air through doors and 10 percent through windows. Unfortunately, a door’s weather seals, if it has any at all, can rip, compress,…

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Excerpt from article: “Kevin Wrynn of Kevin Wrynn Carpentry Inc. was charged with organizing the volunteers and scope of work.  ‘I walked through the camp with the director to get an idea of what needed to be done and what was realistic given the amount of materials and volunteers’ Wrynn says. “Wrynn was pleasantly surprised…

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An excerpt from an article by Lorraine Hart, President of Ideal Consulting Services, appearing in Remodeling Today: The economic conditions of the past few years have thrown a monkey-wrench into plans and dreams for so many homeowners. Unfortunately, many of us have had to adjust our goals and re-plan our futures. With the real estate…

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“I have worked as an Assistant Project Manager in the Luxury Building industry, servicing celebrity and billionaire clients.  I am also a property owner in Nassau County.  I’ve worked with so-called expert re-modelers for years from both perspectives.  I can assure you that no one is better than Kevin Wrynn.  He is a Master Carpenter. …

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