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The pros at Kaye Construction can add extra space to the home you love

Home additions come in all shapes and sizes. From a bump-out in your kitchen that increases the square footage in the heart of your home, to adding a second floor master bedroom and en suite bathroom, to building a sunroom on the back of your home, you will enjoy these newfound spaces for years to come. Specializing in home additions, Kaye...

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With the Williams Landscaping & Pavers’ Total Care Program, you never have to worry about maintaining your outdoor living space

Williams Landscaping & Pavers makes time for you and your family by taking time for its Total Care Program. “It’s more than a warranty that guarantees everything will be good,” says Owner Brian Williams. “You’ll still hear from us to make sure things stay good. When we complete an outdoor living space or landscape, we’re grounded...

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Bathrooms to swoon over

Most people know us as an area leader when it comes to flooring of every style, type and material. Tile, in particular, is where we shine bright. Our talented crew of installers can remove your old fiberglass tub surround and replace it with gorgeous new tile, new fixtures and even a beautiful seamless glass door. Our in-house interior...

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Planning for a pool? Here’s what you need to know about Imagine Pools selection and installation, from Candyapple Nursery and Landscaping

Which do you want first, the good news or the bad news? The good news is that Candyapple Nursery and Landscaping is the exclusive dealer for Imagine Pools in our area, offering in-ground fiberglass pools that are best-in-class. In fact, it is the only manufacturer in the U.S. to believe in its product enough to offer a lifetime warranty. The...

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Revitalize your kitchen cabinets for thousands less than a traditional remodel

Over the last year, the kitchen remodeling industry experienced a boom unlike any other. Everyone, it seemed, wanted to spruce up their interior space. But a shortage of materials combined with a difficulty in getting them and overloaded contractor schedules meant the price of remodeling went up—way up. One company decided not to...

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