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Say hello to the hottest incoming trends for ’19 By LAUREN WHITE HOMEADVISOR Are you starting the new year with a new project? Why not get an inside scoop on the hottest trends around the corner? Toni Sabatino, the award-winning designer behind Toni Sabatino Style in New York, keeps her finger on the pulse to deliver her clients cutting-edge home interiors. 1. ‘HIDDEN’ KITCHENS As much as we love being able to see our living rooms from our kitchens, the view from the other side isn’t always as attractive. From the couch, the sight of blenders, toasters, refrigerators and dishwashers can disrupt the feel of common areas. “The open kitchen trend encourages lots of hidden storage and fully integrated appliances for a streamlined look,” Sabatino says. “Tall walls of storage and appliances paired with a large island with seating for prepping and entertaining continue to gain popularity. Cabinet manufacturers are creating sliding and pocket door solutions that hide cooking and sink areas as well.” 2. ORGANIC MODERNISM Next-level minimal modern spaces will integrate natural elements into simplified rooms. “I think that simple, clean lines using organic materials
is a trend that will stay with us for some time,” Sabatino says. “Wood, stone, iron, matte black and tiles in colors found in nature create a neutral, contemporary look. Accented with industrial-look kitchen furniture and open shelving, this style is sophisticated and family-friendly, as the finishes generally have great durability.”
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How to talk to your contractor By DAN DICLERICO
ten notes. Large remodeling companies might even use construction management software that lets the client track things like scheduling, payments and deliveries. Any mode of communication can work, so long as everyone is clear on the protocol from the beginning.
Bad communication is the downfall of any relationship, especially the one between homeowners and their contractor. Besides causing friction and frustration, the lack of communication can lead to lousy end results — a new kitchen you don’t really love, for example, or a seemingly simple home repair that winds up costing way more than expected.
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You wanted the bathroom walls blue but your general contractor paints them green. You can swear you agreed to three recessed canister lights in the hallway, not two. These types of miscommunications will be avoided with a written contract that clearly spells out the full scope of the project. It should include a breakdown of the labor and material costs, right down to the model numbers. Stay away from so-called allowances, basically blank spaces in the contract for items that are yet to be determined.
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When choosing a contractor, checking references and credentials is important, but you also need to take stock of the intangibles, including trust and rapport. Do you feel like you can speak freely with the contractor? How well do they listen? If they’re distracted or dismissive during the initial meeting, it’s only going to get worse once the project is underway. If there are other pros on the team, say a designer or architect, pay close attention to the group dynamic. There’s always a little push-pull between design and construction, but you want a team that can collaborate on these problems without the need for mediation.
CHECK IN EARLY AND OFTEN
No matter how thorough you are in the planning phase, you still need to check in regularly once the work gets underway. The demo phase often turns up hidden surprises, from termites to structural damage, that you’ll want to discuss in person with your contractor. At the back end of the project, it’s a good idea to review finish details, like paint colors and tile patterns, before they’re applied once and for all.
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HOW TO RENOVATE AN OLDER HOME WITHOUT COMPROMISING ITS CHARM HOMEADVISOR Historic homes are popular for a reason. They exude charisma and character, and they typically have a lot to offer homeowners looking to personalize a home to make it their own. Of course, there are also other things to consider. Be aware of common issues like lead paint and asbestos in older homes, both of which will need to be addressed before you can safely move in. And also be sure to check the structural integrity of the home’s foundation. Hiring an inspector experienced in older homes will help to ensure that you find and address any non-cosmetic issues at the outset. It’s important to figure out as much as you can about your home right off the bat. Knowing things like when it was built or how the crown molding was done can assist you when it comes time to renovate. Being aware of your home’s history can help you preserve the most important parts of the design, like transom windows, boot scrapers or Dutch doors. Not to mention, all of that historical knowledge will help you appreciate your space that much more. (Who knows? Maybe you’ll even find out about a resident ghost.)
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Messiness doesn’t really hurt anyone. Unless you count the kick to the shins your mom gave you last time she glimpsed your kitchen. Maybe it’s time to tidy things up. Neatnicks Ashley Murphy and Molly Graves, both from Chicago and founders of the organization business Neat Method, have dealt with everything from moldy leftovers to five years’ worth of unopened mail. Their cure? Make each room in a house part of a circuit that can be tackled at beginner, intermediate and advanced levels. We hit them up for their top bits of organized wisdom. Open the mail. Do this daily rather than watch a pile grow. Beginner, open mail. Intermediate, toss aside junk. Advanced, file or pay NOW!
Make room for love. Romance can quickly go out the window when your honey doesn’t have designated storage space. “The person won’t feel welcome,” Graves says. Solution: Beginner, identify a dresser drawer, space in a closet, in the medicine cabinet to turn over to your true love. Intermediate, give your honey proper hangers or acrylic boxes in the closet. Rethink refrigerator real estate. No room for your leftovers? Beginner, find expired items. Intermediate, print labels with date stored and contents. Advanced, stick labels on see-through containers, so there’s no mystery to mystery meat. Extra credit: Periodically, remove what’s no longer good; replace — unless expired items are still full. “That means you never used it in the first place,” Graves says.
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4. Consider white. Remember white is a color and can be used as an accent to help make a space feel bigger. 5. Use mirrors. Use mirrors alone, in a grouping or in a series to make small rooms instantly feel larger. 6. Purchase furniture of the proper size and scale. In smaller spaces, furniture that is smaller in scale will help create a more successful space. 7. Look for ways to incorporate transparent surfaces in one or two furniture pieces. Glass or transparent surfaces add a sense of weightlessness and work especially well in small rooms. 8. Experiment with shapes. Round tables allow for more circulation and movement than rectangular ones. 9. Consider a neutral color palette. From white and taupe to soft gray, lighter colors can help make small rooms feel soothing and appealing. 10. Determine function. Deciding a clear purpose for your small space will go a long way in selecting the appropriate furnishings.
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HOW FINE DETAILS CAN MAKE YOUR DECOR SHINE By Cathy Hobbs TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE Just like the icing on a cake, when it comes to decor, a room can come to life with the help of fine details. From artwork to accessories, look for fine details to help make individual spaces stand out.
• Add one or two accessories to a side or coffee table, such as a decorative vase or accent piece. • Group accessories as a pair or in a vignette. Three items grouped together can work well. • Mix accent pieces with books when styling a bookshelf. • Use metallics. Brass remains a hot finish in home decor, especially in accessories. Feel free to also mix brass with silver finishes such as nickel and chrome. • Use greenery. Greenery as well as florals, succulents and blooms can help add texture and color.
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Mix wood furniture for an evolved look By Mary Carol Garrity TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE
Upholstered furniture, like sofas and chairs, bring a lot of razzle-dazzle to our rooms, with their endless options to infuse our spaces with beautiful patterns and colors. But it’s their quieter siblings that provide the backbone to our interior spaces. Wood furniture may not always be as fun as upholstered pieces, but it plays a gigantic role in the design of our rooms.
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ers work with our customers to create spaces they love, we start with the upholstered pieces. Sofas and chairs create the color story for a room and set the style. Then, we turn to the wood furnishings. Why? Wood pieces play the supporting role in the room. You can’t pick an end table that’s the right size and shape if you don’t know the style and scale of the chair it will sit next to. Getting wood pieces to match the scale of your room and the other furniture is a fundamental of good design.
EVOLVED ROOMS ARE MY FAVORITE: When I was trying
to decide how to decorate our little lake cottage, it took me a while to select the style of furniture I wanted, which upholstery fabric was my favorite and what other pieces I wanted to include in each room. But the one thing I knew I wanted was a home that felt like it had evolved over time. I wanted the cottage to feel like it had been in the family for generations. An evolved look is my absolute favorite, as if a room has come to life
piece by piece, detail by detail, over decades. A great way to get this look in a hurry is to use a wide array of wood finishes and styles. In my home, I don’t think twice about combining a mahogany side table, a natural pine chest, a painted book case and an oak dining table. These different styles and stains add to the story of the room.
DON’T BE TIED TO ONE TREND: It’s a great idea to
watch the trends in interior design, both with an eye to see what’s new and as a way to keep your home ever-fresh. But I’m not one who goes for remaking my interior spaces to match a new design trend. For example, the reclaimed wood trend has brought some beautiful looks to the design world and given us a chance to pull beautiful, organic pieces into our spaces. But a room that only features reclaimed wood can begin to feel flat, unimaginative. Instead, I like to add new pieces, as they grab my heart, but hold fast to the wood furniture I have loved for decades.
YOUR ROOMS SHOULD LOOK LIKE YOU, NOT A CATALOG: We all love to
thumb through catalogs that depict well-put-together rooms filled with a store’s newest look. They are fun to look at and a good place to get ideas. But I would never encourage anyone to replicate the looks. That is someone else’s vision, not yours. As always, I urge you to only collect things you love, including wood furniture. Life is too short to live with a bookcase, table, end table or dining table that doesn’t make your heart race, right?
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HOW TO ADD MORE NATURAL LIGHT TO YOUR LIVING SPACE HOMEADVISOR When natural light has the freedom to flow through your home, it not only gives new life to the neglected nooks, corners and crannies throughout your interior space — it provides an all new window into your home’s hidden potential. Adding a little daylight can go a long way toward brightening dark rooms, revitalizing your home’s interior and even recharging your mood.
Painting a room? How to pick the right interior paint finish By MEGAN ALDERTON ANGIE’S LIST Applying a fresh coat of paint can do wonders to refresh your home’s interior. And choosing the right type and finish (or sheen) will go a long way in ensuring a beautiful and lasting result.
WHAT INTERIOR PAINT FINISHES ARE AVAILABLE? Interior paint typically
comes in five finish options:
Flat: Flat paint has a matte finish that doesn’t reflect light. Generally speaking, flat finishes hold dirt and lose saturation upon cleaning. This makes flat finishes best reserved for ceilings and low-traffic areas. Experts recommend using flat paint on ceilings and in dining rooms, formal living rooms, hallways and adult bedrooms. Eggshell: Eggshell paints have a matte finish and an attractive, understated shine. Eggshell paints wash slightly better than flat paints, allowing for light cleaning when needed. But they don’t hide surface imperfections as well. Experts recommend using eggshell paint in bedrooms and living rooms. Satin: Satin paints feature a medium-gloss finish that reflects a greater level of light for a richer, pearly look — not highgloss, but smooth and attractive. Satin finishes aren’t great at hiding imperfections, but they are highly washable and will stand up to high traffic and high levels of humidity. Experts recommend using satin paint in hallways, family rooms, bathrooms, kitchens, laundry rooms and kids’ rooms, as well as on baseboards and molding. Semi-gloss: Semi-gloss paints offer a highly reflective and durable finish. Semi-gloss paint is typically used to paint baseboards and molding because it can 8 Havasu Home Guide 2019
withstand high levels of traffic, humidity and cleaning. Experts recommend using semi-gloss paint in kitchens and bathrooms — and also on baseboards, trim and molding, cabinets and other wood finishes. High-gloss: High-gloss paint offers a mirror-like reflective finish that makes it the most durable and easiest to clean of all the paint finishes. It’s typically too shiny for use on interior walls — and it will surely show every imperfection — but it’s great for trim and furniture. Experts recommend using high-gloss paint in kitchens and on door and window trim.
WHICH TYPE OF PAINT IS RIGHT FOR YOUR PROJECT? Choosing the right type
of paint is as important as choosing the right finish. Latex- and oil-based paints are the most common interior paint varieties. Oil-based paint: Oil-based paint’s strong odor, long drying time and involved cleanup can make it more difficult to use than latex paint. But oil-based paints will provide a smoother and longer-lasting finish than most latex options, and they will also give you more thorough coverage in one coat. Experts recommend using oil-based paint in high-traffic areas and on wood, doors, molding and window frames. Latex (water-based) paint: Latex paint is easy to apply and easy to clean up. Plus, it’s made with environmentally friendly ingredients — most latex paints are made from pigment, water and an acrylic resin binder. Water-based paint is more forgiving than oil-based paint, but the makeup of latex paint makes it more susceptible to peeling — and it may not adhere to smooth surfaces like metal or certain plastics. It’s also worth noting that latex paints tend to swell wood grains, which can make sanding in between coats a necessity.
WALK YOUR HOME: Where is your home’s natural light coming from? Which areas or rooms could use a bit more? A room-to-room assessment can provide you a better sense of your home’s natural light sources — windows, glass doors and skylights — as well as those spots that could use a sun-powered boost. As you walk your home, be sure to note any large plants or furniture preventing outside light from making the maximum impact. CHECK YOUR WINDOW TREATMENTS: Dark shades and heavy curtains create havoc for spaces in desperate need of daylight. Consider replacing these treatments with lighter, breezier colors and materials that better disperse natural light across dark rooms. A new window dressing may be what you need not only to capture more of the sun’s cleansing rays, but also to transform that boring bathroom, bedroom or kitchen into a brighter, more inviting indoor space. PULL OUT THE PAINTBRUSH: A new coat of paint can really perk up those spaces thirsting for a bit of sunlight. Painting dark walls with reflective, light-friendly colors gives daylight more room to roam. Lighter paint can also provide a powerful design element that contrasts any dark furniture, doors and trim that make your space unique. Neutral colors like white, tan and gray have broad design potential and tend to work best for improving a room’s natural light. GET GLASSY: Replacing solid wood entry and passageway doors with glass doors can be a great way to move more natural light through your home. For those areas that could really benefit from a bigger splash of sunlight – stairwells, entryways and hallways – a new glass door could be a godsend, transforming what was once a shadowy staircase or lackluster landing into a warm and welcoming home interior transition.
A SHOWCASE KITCHEN SINK IS ALL IN THE DETAILS
Q: We just replaced our kitchen sink complete with a new faucet and I am a little disappointed. Somehow I overlooked picking out sink and disposer strainers and now the drain strainers installed don’t match my faucet finish. I know I can get used to it, but I want to be happy with my sink. Any suggestions?
Rules for functional kitchens Your renovation agenda? Enacting a little reform in the kitchen. Do: Take advantage of the latest technology in electrical systems, audiovisual, and mechanicals. Newer systems save time, money, and increase the renovation’s return on investment. The latest trends are in LED lighting, radiant flooring, televisions that pop up and move down, appliances integrated with smartphones and tablets or a refrigerator with an internet connection, touchscreen and camera to save recipes, watch cooking videos, compose shopping lists. For healthfulness, consider a steam oven. Don’t: Enlarge the square footage if that means using lesser-priced, inferior materials. Keep the job small to add to the room’s tastefulness, durability, sustainability. Timeless classics survive trends. Do: Heed the domino effect. One simple change may
affect others. Consider all the ramifications. Example: You changed your double ovens to a free-standing range. Are you compensating for the loss of pot and pan storage at the cooking area? Don’t: Limit the dreaming process. Put together a wish list, prioritize goals, and consider different ways to achieve them. The most expensive line item of any project can be regret. You can cut back at the end before you proceed. Do: Make the work space separate without traffic circulating through it. Visitors to your kitchen should be comfortable and able to sit down, either at an island or breakfast table and be able to talk with you while you work in the kitchen. Don’t: Skimp on kitchen equipment. The price to upgrade to better appliances in the overall scheme of the cost of the kitchen is minimal. Get the appliances you want because you will use them every day.
A: Unless otherwise told, a plumber normally installs the drain flange that comes with the disposer and a stock kitchen sink basket strainer assembly. I’m glad you addressed the issue. Many readers can learn from this if they want a custom kitchen sink. Replacing your present sink strainer and disposer flange should not be a big deal as long as parts are available and fit your present setup. But, get prices first. Many kitchen faucet companies carry matching disposer flanges and drain strainers, so contact them for material cost. Also, get a labor quote from your plumber, then weigh your options. Bottom line: If the upgraded kitchen sink will make you happy, then you’re not throwing your money down the drain.
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Pitfalls to avoid in a kitchen remodel HOMEADVISOR Before you start a kitchen remodel, unlearn what you think you know. The path is littered with potential pitfalls, and you need to keep a sharp eye out for where things can go wrong. UNDERESTIMATING YOUR BUDGET: Contractors say they witness this time and again: Homeowners who get flustered and in over their heads when costs escalate and tough decisions need to be made. Sad but true, kitchen remodeling always tends to cost more than you expect. However much you’ve budgeted for the job, expect to pay between 15 and 30 percent more. GOING FOR THE LOWEST BID: You get what you pay for. If you hire the cheapest contractor with the cheapest bid, odds are you’ll get work
that matches what you paid. If a proposal seems too good to be true, it probably is. Get multiple bids from different contractors, and go over each of them in detail to understand what you’re getting. And make sure you have EVERYTHING in writing. Occasionally you will encounter a contractor who will claim they can cut costs by skipping the permitting and inspection process. NOT KNOWING WHAT YOU’RE LOOKING FOR: When you begin the design and planning process, and the kitchen exists only as sketches on paper, making changes costs nothing. But once contractors get to work and start cutting into walls and installing pipes, changes become much more difficult. If you’re indecisive midway through the process, you might end up with a kitchen that makes you less happy than you thought.
NEGLECTING THE INFRASTRUCTURE: Kitchen design includes more than the fun stuff, like new countertops and appliances. You need the pulse of your house to keep up with what you’re doing. It’s no fun to install shiny and powerful appliances and discover too late that you’ve exceeded the power load your kitchen can handle. Work with experts like plumbers and electricians to be sure that your kitchen can process the water, gas, and electricity needs for what you want.
NOT SPENDING ENOUGH ON QUALITY FIXTURES AND APPLIANCES
When kitchen costs escalate, homeowners start looking
to places to cut corners. Oftentimes, they eye the high-end appliances and fixtures they selected at the beginning of the process and wonder if they can bring down the cost by downgrading a few of them to the mid-grade models, or by using a cheaper material. You can be forgiven for this impulse. Those rising costs drain the pocketbook and increase the stress levels, and you need to take them seriously. On the other hand, skimping out on the fixtures hurts your kitchen’s long-term prospects. A $99 faucet gets you $99 of usable life.
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What’s hot in bathrooms
HOMEADVISOR If you’re planning a bathroom remodel of your own, here’s a trio of trends to consider.
HELP NEEDED FOR BUSY BATHROOM Q: We have a family game room in our basement, complete with a half-bath. Between friends and family, this large room is the busiest area in our home and has a lot of bathroom traffic. Let’s just say our present toilet is not up to doing the job. Any ideas on the new type of toilet I should install in my busy bathroom? A: For busy bathrooms, there are usually three toilet issues to address. First, you want a toilet made for extraheavy use. Look for options like three-bolt tank-to-bowl connections and metal flushing handle assemblies. Second, you want maintenance features like full-bowl rinsing and a molded-in sanitary guard to help deflect liquids from getting between the tank and bowl. Finally, the flushing system should incorporate water-saving technology and still be powerful enough to flush bulk waste. To find these features, you can check out a hospitality commercial toilet. These toilets are used in many small office and event areas. Most have the same connections found in a residential bathroom.
FREESTANDING BATHS COMBINE ART WITH PLUMBING A freestanding bath is basically a self-supporting bath tub with finished sides inside and out. This means there is no need to build an enclosure around the tub or install the tub against a wall. Freestanding baths give you the freedom of placing the fixture in the middle of your bathroom, making it the focal point. With that in mind, many freestanding baths look more like a sculpture and less like a plumbing fixture. Solid cast resin materials are often used to create freestanding baths. Options can include bubble massage and heated surfaces. With all these high-end features, y ou can see why a freestanding bath can soak up a large portion of your bathroom budget.
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FAUX FLOORING Wood flooring is popular throughout the home, but it’s not ideal for wet locations, including the bathroom. That’s what makes new woodlook porcelain-tile planks so alluring. They’re the spitting image of real wood, whether cherry, ash, oak, or redwood, and they’re totally water-resistant, so you don’t have to towel off before stepping out of the shower. The textured grain of the material also means added slip-resistance, minimizing the risk of slips and falls. Looking for a low-maintenance vanity countertop to go with your porcelain floors? Consider quartz, which was tapped by 91 percent of kitchen designers in the latest trends report by the National Kitchen & Bath Association. Granite and marble followed, at 61 percent and 45 percent, respectively. HIGH-TECH FIXTURES The bathroom has been the last frontier for smart home technology, but that’s starting to change. More homeowners are used to controlling cameras and doorbells and appliances on their phones. The expectation is they can now do the same with the shower, turning the water on and setting the temperature from an app on their phone, or even through the voice-controlled smart speaker on the bedside table.
Smart toilets, with their built-in bidets, embedded speakers, and other high-tech conveniences, are another hot bathroom trend, especially with older Americans, who are embracing the technology as an aging-in-place upgrade. If you’re remodeling, remember to put a GFCI outlet near the toilet location to power your smart toilet.
WATER EFFICIENCY With water costs on the rise, this trend is as good for your household budget as it is for the planet. Better still, you don’t have to sacrifice performance when choosing water-efficient bathroom fixtures. For example, toilets that meet the strictest 1.28 gallons per flush deliver superb flushing power. Likewise, you can get an invigorating spray from a showerhead that uses a miserly 2.0 gallons of water per minute.
HOW TO GET STARTED Proper planning is critical to a successful bathroom renovation. Ideally, you should spend about three months in the planning phase, setting the budget, assembling your team of pros, and shopping around for products and materials. On average, homeowners report spending around $9,742 to complete a bathroom remodel. Of course, lower-end projects with a focus on cosmetic changes average $2,500, while higher-end jobs run closer to $24,000. Ultimately, the cost of your bathroom remodeling project will depend on the materials you choose and whether you decide to move plumbing and fixtures. That’s one task that
TIPS ON WATER SAVING SHOWERHEADS Standard flow showerheads currently use 2.5 gallons per minute or gpm. So, a water-saving showerhead needs to be using less than that. To offset using less water many high-efficiency showerheads have been redesigned to deliver better spray performance along with added features. Such as: Wide, targeted and drenching spray settings, easy-to-clean spray face and modern styling. Bottom line: With today’s water-saving showerheads you can also splurge on some nice comfort features!
When should I DIY toilet fixes? HOMEADVISOR You depend on your toilet to work day in, day out. But when things go wrong with the toilet, they can go very wrong indeed. Fortunately, when you run into toilet trouble, you can frequently solve the problem yourself. Consider these tips for common toilet problems. However, keep a realistic assessment of your own skills. If you get in over your head in trouble, don’t hesitate to call in a professional. When you don’t know what you’re doing, you can easily make things worse.
HOW TO HANDLE TOILET CLOGS: Many toilet problems go back to clogs: something stuck in the pipes that just won’t budge. The first solution is that most iconic of plumber’s tools, the plunger. When plunging a clog, make sure to position your plunger to create a tight seal around the opening. Position it in the drain opening and push down, forcing the air out of the plunger. Then continue with several rapid up and down movements. You may have to try this several times. Lift the plunger out of the water to let more air into it between each effort. Are your other drains working normally? If not, the clog is apparently in the main drain and no amount of plunging will dislodge it.
If the toilet is the only fixture affected and plunging doesn’t work, you could try dissolving the clog — but don’t use harsh chemical products. Put one cup of baking soda and one cup of vinegar in the toilet and let it sit for about eight hours. The chemical reaction that occurs between the two substances might help break down whatever is clogging the drain. To prevent future clogs: Don’t flush any materials other than toilet paper. Feminine products should go in the trashcan, not the toilet. Many plumbers even recommend against putting “flushable wipes” down the drain because they don’t degrade well and can cause clogs down the line. Keep the counter space around the toilet and the back of the tank clear of small objects that might fall in without being noticed.
WHAT TO DO ABOUT A ‘PHANTOM FLUSH’
On occasion, you may hear your toilet flush itself. Though this can be disconcerting to hear in the middle of the night, it’s no ghost and no home intruder. Instead, the phantom flush indicates that water is leaking from your tank into the toilet bowl. Thanks to the physical laws that make toilets work, when enough water fills the bowl, it flushes automatically. In most cases, a worn-out flapper in the tank causes this leak. Test for a leak by putting a few drops of food coloring in the tank and waiting to see if it becomes visible in the bowl without flushing. You can hire a plumber to replace the flapper, or if you feel handy enough, you can purchase the parts at a hardware store and try it yourself.
HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT BATH FILLER Q. We plan an extensive bathroom remodel and want to install a freestanding bathtub. As I understand we can have a deckmount or a floor-mount bath filler. Can you give us some tips/ info on both styles to help make our choice easier? A: Freestanding baths are unique because the tub is not built into an island unit. It’s basically a self-supporting bath with finished sides. First tip: Check your tub specs to see what the manufacturer recommends for a filler fixture. Some may require a specific type of bath filler; others may allow you to choose a deckmount or a floor-mount style. Deck-mount fillers install on the flat rim area of the tub and may require drilling. Once installed, piping is concealed in the hollow section of the tub for a clean trendy look. Floor-mount fillers are tall, classic-looking fillers anchored to the floor with exposed finished piping. Bottom line: To fulfill your freestanding bath dreams, it simply gets down to choosing either a modern-looking or vintage-looking bath filler.
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Bedroom What to consider before starting a bedroom remodel Remodeling your bedroom is a great way to revive an outdated space and add value to your home. But like any major home improvement, it’s important to go in prepared — and to plan your budget and design before you get started. Good planning is key not only to saving money, but also to making sure your vision is realized once your project is complete. Consider the following as you plan out your project. CLASSIC STYLES WORK BEST FOR RESALE: A trendy or personalized design may work well if you’re remodeling for yourself. But if you’re fixing up a bedroom for future resale, a timeless, more traditional style is most likely your best choice. Features like walk-in closets, recessed lighting and an updated bathroom can be good ways to draw in potential homebuyers — while a new bedroom skylight could be the finishing touch you need to close the sale.
MEASURE TWICE: One of the biggest mistakes you can make in bedroom remodeling is to take the wrong measurements. Even the smallest of slip-ups can lead to a variety of problems — including potential delays and increased costs that can throw your entire project off course. Be sure to confirm each measurement twice before moving on to the next. CHOOSE THE RIGHT FLOORING: Wood and carpet are popular bedroom flooring materials. Carpet is the more budget-friendly choice. The downside to carpet is that it can be more difficult to clean and will likely need replacement five to 10 years down the road. Wood flooring is more
expensive, but it’s also easy to clean and comes with a longer lifespan. Whichever you go with, be sure to do your research and know your flooring options before making your final decision. CONSIDER COSMETIC UPGRADES: Lowbudget updates can make a big difference when it comes to changing your bedroom’s appearance. A new coat of light paint can give your room a larger, airier look — while a brighter color combined with different textures can add depth and personality to its overall design. And small things like rearranging the furniture and cleaning up clutter can create the feel of a major upgrade without the project price tag.
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Garage Storage is key to a better looking garage HOMEADVISOR For most homeowners, the garage is the black hole of their home’s universe. Unwanted items from all other areas of the house are pulled in, stacked and forgotten — until one day you open the door, look in and realize you can’t see from one side to the other. If this sounds familiar, a storage system could transform your dark abyss into an attractive, orderly space that you might even enjoy spending time in. GARAGE STORAGE SHOULD BE A MULTI-PRONGED ATTACK: The art of storing things in your garage is first and foremost an organizational issue. The reason most garages look so bad is that there simply isn’t anywhere to put anything short of stacking it against the wall. By taking advantage of all available space and introducing a number of efficient storage solutions, you can transform your garage overnight.
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The costs, benefits and dangers of pressure washing
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HOMEADVISOR Pressure washing can instantly transform your deck, driveway or garage into a cleaner, more attractive version of itself. But before you hook up the hose and power up the machine, you’ll want to make sure you’re prepared to get the job done right — and safely. THE BENEFITS OF PRESSURE WASHING: Pressure washing has many advantages: It removes stubborn stains. With a pressure washer, you can clear away baked-in stains and stubborn spills from nearly any outdoor surface. Layers of buildup will disappear, revealing the original beauty, color and potential of your home’s exterior. It tackles nooks and crannies. A pressure washer can get into difficult spots like cracks, corners, gutters and overhangs. It exposes maintenance issues: When done annually, pressure washing can clear areas where you might need to perform further maintenance. It will offer a better view of surface damage and remove grime so that you can stain the backyard deck or seal the garage floor. SAFETY AND DAMAGE CONSIDERATIONS: Considering the instant benefits of this task, you might consider it a simple DIY project. However, even the lightest-duty equipment puts out a dangerous level of pressure. In the
hands of the inexperienced, that pressure can cause serious property damage and bodily harm. Operating your washer on the wrong setting, with the wrong cleaning solution can turn small slip-ups into costly repair projects. Worse, it could send you to the hospital with significant injuries. COST COMPARISON: DIY VS. HIRE A PRO? If you were to tackle pressure washing yourself, you would need to keep a few things in mind aside from safety and damage: preparation, capacity and cost. Preparation: Removing debris, covering doors, closing windows and moving outdoor furniture takes time and may require physical effort — as well as the use of ladders and other equipment. Capacity: Whether you’re cleaning two stories of vinyl siding or the grime on a garage floor, you’ll need to choose the power washer that best suits your job. Pressure washers offer varying degrees of power and versatility. So, it’s import-
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ant to consider factors such as pressure, flow and compatibility with different types of cleaning fluids. Cost: Purchasing an electric washer can run you anywhere from $90 to $200, while gas-powered washers generally cost between $300-$800. On the other hand, hiring a professional typically costs between $180 and $380. Given the cost to purchase a pressure washer — coupled with the amount of time it takes to complete the job and the dangers it entails — many homeowners find it’s worth the cost to hire a professional. Not only will a pro have the equipment and expertise necessary to clean the surface safely and effectively, but their services are typically affordable. DO’S AND DON’TS • Do now which cleaning solutions are recommended for each surface you’re spraying. • Do wear protective gloves, eyewear, clothing and shoes at all times. • Do follow all safety protocols when working with washers, ladders and other equipment. • Do consult a pro to avoid mishaps and make sure the job is done right the first time. • Don’t operate your pressure washer near people or pets at any time. • Don’t stand too close when spraying any surface, as debris and damage can result. • Don’t use pressure washers without first consulting instructions and safety warnings.
A: An automatic garage door opener has two devices to protect you and your automobile from harm should the door accidentally close when you are under it. Your problem may be that the photocells are out of adjustment keeping the door from closing. There are two photocells located near the bottom of the door’s track; one on either side of the door. If the beam from the photocell is blocked, the door will not close. Similarly, if one of the photocells has been moved, the light beam will be off and the door will not close. There should be a colored light on the surface of each beam to let you know the beam is properly adjusted. If one of the adjustment lights is off or is blinking, you can adjust the cell by moving it with your hand until the light is on and steady and stops blinking. This is an easy DIY, but you may have to call a garage door company if the adjustment does not solve your problem. Another problem could be the door closer motor sensor. There are two adjustments on the door opener motor. One is an adjustment for the opening force of the door, and the other if for the closing force of the door. Find the closing force adjustment and turn the screw a quarter turn at a time until the door closes and stays closed. This may take some time to adjust accurately. Once the door stays closed, open the door and then lower it again trying to stop the door from closing by grasping the bottom rail with your hand. If the door does not automatically stop and open up, you need to adjust the closing force until you can stop the door. Sounds easy, but sometimes it takes several attempts to get the adjustment just right.
Closets Make your closets so dreamy you’ll never want to shut the door THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS In real estate, they say that kitchens and bathrooms sell houses. But, a killer closet certainly doesn’t hurt. Who doesn’t want a closet that’s as gorgeous as the pieces hanging inside it? ALL IN THE DETAILS A dream closet needs more than hanging racks and drawers. For seriously stylish storage, incorporate unique materials. Shagreen boxes are as pretty as they are practical. Artwork and accessories take a large closet to the next level. Make the art pieces persona. Consider favorite phrases or oversize images of favorite fashion pieces.
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People don’t think about seating in a closet, but it’s a must-have as it provides function and can even provide additional storage. It can also be a place to perch while you slip on shoes or decide on that day’s look.
Organize not only by grouping like things together — shirts together, pants together — but also by color (ROYGBIV style, like an elementary school crayon box). Installing hooks or a valet rod will offer a spot to gather together tomorrow’s outfit and cut down on morning stress. Lighting is key for closets. Incorporate a fixture that emits lots of light or splurge and add recessed can lights on a dimmer switch.
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7 TIPS TO CREATE A GREAT CLOSET 1. Use boxes and bins. Boxes and bins are perfect organizational tools when it comes to small items. 2. Huggable hangers. Use slim hangers as opposed to those that are bulky in order to maximize space. 3. Consider having your closet professionally “built.” These days there are many companies that can create custom drawers and shelves to help maximize a closet without breaking the bank. 4. Place shoes on racks or keep them in boxes. Shoes can take up a lot of space. While many people prefer to keep shoes stacked and in boxes, depending on the number of shoes you are looking to store, racks may be useful. 5. Consider utilizing a “seasonal” closet. Instead of having your closet filled with all of the clothing you own, why not store off season items elsewhere, leaving your closet reserved for those items that are in season and in use. 6. Utilize both short and long hang bars. One key closet organization tip is to have an area to hang items that are short in length such as shirts and jackets as well as those that are longer in length such as coats, pants and dresses. 7. Hang winter coats in a single closet in the home. Winter coats, can be bulky and take up space. One suggestion is to pick a single, underutilized closet within the home, and use it for these items.
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Outside How to clean your outdoor furniture HOMEADVISOR Regularly cleaning your outdoor furniture will ensure that it lasts throughout the seasons. And cleaning it right will ensure that you’ll get to enjoy it for many years to come. Here’s what you need to know to properly clean the most popular outdoor furnishing materials: WICKER FURNITURE Cleaning wicker furniture can be tricky because dirt can accumulate on the delicate crevices of the weaves. Wipe spills immediately and vacuum or use a small brush on the furniture regularly to remove dust. If the wicker is soiled, use a soft bristle brush and mild soap to wipe it off. Then, rinse it with a low-pressure hose and let it dry completely before sitting (moisture and pressure from use can cause the furniture to sag). WICKER WEATHER CARE: Outdoor wicker furniture must be maintained every season. Too much heat can
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CONCRETE CONTRACTORS Black Opal Construction (928) 542-0431 Callagy Construction LLC 486-1416 CL Woodward LLC (928) 753-6337 Concepts in Construction LLC 680-4822 Frontier Concrete Inc. 855-2265 Indusco Concrete 505-8707 KEAR Civil Corporation (623) 580-1100 Lake Havasu Gunite & Concrete 453-5587 LHC Construction Inc. 855-1028 Masonry & More LLC 486-3965 McCormick Construction Co. (928) 763-2272 McGovern Concrete Inc. 680-9448 Moran AZ Homes (760) 559-0554 CONCRETE COUNTERTOPS Masonry & More LLC 486-3965 Pro Stone Source (928) 302-1012 CONCRETE DECORATIVE COATINGS TAX PREPARATION & PLANNING ARC Coatings Inc. 466-6000 Arizona Decorative Concrete 854-2700 AZ Sun Decking 855-6458 Pro Tech Roofing 453-8306 CONCRETE PLACEMENT Concepts in Construction LLC 680-4822 CONCRETE RESURFACING Arizona Decorative Concrete 854-2700 AZ Sun Decking 855-6458 CONCRETE RETAINING WALLS Concepts in Construction LLC 680-4822 Indusco Concrete 505-8707 Masonry & More LLC 486-3965
CONCRETE-SAND-ROCK-GRAVEL SUPPLIES Campbell Redi-Mix 855-6535 Desert Construction Inc. (928) 757-2213 Hub Construction Supplies 453-9109 CONCRETE SUPPLIES Hub Construction Supplies 453-9109 CONCRETE WALLS & STRUCTURES Masonry & More LLC 486-3965 CONSTRUCTION CLEAN-UP & HAULING Done Right Cleaning Resources Inc. 855-8244 CONSTRUCTION LOANS Guaranteed Rate Affinity (928) 325-6099 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT Chicago Title 855-4196 EVO Energy Solutions 486-0301 Homes by Wiesner Inc. 680-1894 Kittrell Jensen Contractors (702) 638-8547 RDS Quality Construction LLC 486-4660 Roman Const./Campbell Electric 453-7520 Sabre Building Corp 505-4522 CONSULTING G. Oxley Construction Selberg Associates Inc.
CONTRACTOR EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES Jack Pots Portables Inc. 680-0804 Tri-State Rental Inc. 680-6748 United Rentals (928) 758-5757 COPY SERVICES CRBIA
COUNTERTOPS Accurate Measures 505-2393 Castle Rock Doors, Molding & Hardware (928) 667-5025 Home Depot 764-5111 Kitchen & Bath Concepts 453-8484 Pro Stone Source (928) 302-1012 COYOTE ROLLERS Armor Fence & Masonry 453-1006
CRANE SERVICE Sky High Crane & Rigging 854-1720 CUBICAL TRACK/CURTAINS Lake View Window Coatings (855) 235-0344 CULTURED STONE Castle Rock Doors, Molding & Hardware (928) 667-5025 Masonry & More LLC 486-3965 Stucco Masters 453-6320 CURBS & GUTTERS Concepts in Construction LLC 680-4822 Masonry & More LLC 486-3965 CUSTOM ENTRY DOORS Castle Rock Doors, Molding & Hardware (928) 667-5025 The Door Shop 505-4142 CUSTOM HOME DESIGN Advanced Homes Inc 855-6370 DH Design 846-0897 Homes by Wiesner Inc. 680-1894 Janecek Homes Inc. 486-5645 Lakeside Builders LLC (719) 491-5530 Lambert Custom Builders LLC 855-8392 Paradise Homes of Havasu Inc. 680-0722 Plans Plus Designs 680-7577 River Ridge Builders 486-7852 Sabre Building Corp 505-4522 Selberg Associates Inc. 855-6544 Trophy Homes, LLC 855-7526 CUSTOM HOME THEATER – Sale & Installation Havasu Audio Video LLC 855-3111 Havasu Wiring 566-8111 CUSTOM WOODWORK Castle Rock Doors, Molding & Hardware (928) 667-5025 DATA WIRING Colorado River Communications DEMOLITION Callagy Construction LLC Pioneer Earth Movers Inc. Royster Equipment LLC (928) Tiger Trenching
DESIGN/BUILD – COMM’L & RESIDENTIAL Consolidated Construction Co. Inc. (800)642-6774 G. Oxley Construction 855-3063 Homes by Wiesner Inc. 680-1894 Kittrell Jensen Contractors (702) 638-8547 Lakeside Builders LLC (719) 491-5530 Sabre Building Corp 505-4522 DESIGN/BUILD – PUBLIC WORKS Western Technologies Inc. (928) 758-8378 DEVELOPER G. Oxley Construction Homes by Wiesner Inc. Sabre Building Corp
855-3063 680-1894 505-4522
DirecTV DEALER – Residential & Comm’l Havasu Audio Video LLC 855-3111 DOORS Advantage Windshield & Glass 855-7004 Castle Rock Doors, Molding & Hardware (928) 667-5025 Havasu Doors Inc. 855-2400 Home Depot 764-5111 Pro-Build Home Centers 855-4061 River Valley Window Co. 505-8198 Rudy Glass Inc. 855-9263 The Door Shop 505-4142 DOOR INSTALLATION Castle Rock Doors, Molding & Hardware (928) 667-5025 DRAFTING SERVICES Liesen Communications 855-5971 Plans Plus Designs 680-7577 Selberg Associates Inc. 855-6544 DRAPERY TREATMENTS Lake View Window Coatings (855) 235-0344 DRYER VENT CLEANING Banker Insulation & Fireplaces 680-4888
486-1416 854-5035 920-8298 453-1755
DRYWALL CONTRACTORS Authentic Painting & Coatings Inc 486-3710 Buxton Drywall Inc. 453-5023 DKS Construction 486-9947 Essential Drywall 854-3352 Johnson-Manley Havasu Lumber 680-9000
DUCT CLEANING Air Control Air Conditioning Inc. 680-0600 EARTHWORK Cooley Construction (760) KEAR Civil Corporation (623)
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS Esmay Electric Inc. 855-7375 MAC Electrical LLC (928) 314-1208 Morgan Electric 486-0714 Multer Electric LLC (928) 293-0810 Mystic Electric (928) 230-1405 RLB Electric Inc. 706-6557 Roman Const-Campbell Electric 453-7520 Sam Nichols Electrical Inc. 855-4121 ELECTRICAL SUPPLIERS Anixter Inc. 453-5052 Independent Electrical Supply 855-8131
EXCAVATING & GRADING CONTRACTORS Callagy Construction LLC 486-1416 Cooley Construction (760) 948-4800 Desert Construction Inc. (928) 757-2213 G. Oxley Construction 855-3063 John Smith Backhoe-Dump Truck etc 453-9007 McCormick Construction Co. (928) 763-2272 Pioneer Earth Movers Inc. 854-5035 Royster Equipment LLC (928) 920-8298 Tiger Trenching 453-1755 Tri-Sun's Engineering Inc. 855-6236
FAX SERVICES (Members only) 453-7755
FENCING-ENCLOSURES Armor Fence & Masonry 453-1006 Mansell Welding Inc. 855-6743
EMERGENCY SERVICE, BOARD-UP Seven Star Construction & Restoration 854-8000
FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS Chicago Title 855-4196 Horizon Community Bank 854-3000 Mohave State Bank 855-0000
ENGINEERING SERVICES Civil Works Engineering LLC (928) 279-4833 Silver State Components 453-2722 Tri-Sun's Engineering Inc. 855-6236
FINISH CARPENTRY Castle Rock Doors, Molding & Hardware (928) 667-5025
ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTING Western Technologies Inc. (928) 758-8378
FIRE & WATER DAMAGE RESTORATION ServPro of LHC/BHC/Kingman 855-9111 Seven Star Construction & Restoration 854-8000
EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES/RENTAL Hub Construction Supplies 453-9109 Jack Pots Portables Inc. 680-0804 Tri-State Rental Inc. 680-6748 Tri-Sun's Engineering Inc. 855-6236 United Rentals (928) 758-5757 EPOXY FLOORS ARC Coatings Inc. 466-6000 Authentic Painting & Coatings Inc 486-3710
FIRE ALARMS Colorado River Communications Western Alarm Systems
FIRE EXTINGUISHER SERVICE Tri State Fire Systems Inc (928) 768-7814 FIRE PROTECTION Tri State Fire Systems Inc (928) 768-7814
ESCROW - TITLE AGENTS Chicago Title 855-4196 Pioneer Title Agency Inc. 855-9191
FIRE PUMPS Tri State Fire Systems Inc (928)
EVAPORATIVE COOLERS Air Control Air Conditioning Inc. 680-0600 Fayette A/C & Sheet Metal 854-7766 Samons Air Conditioning 855-3302
FIRE SPRINKLERS COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL Better Plumbing by Farr Inc. 680-9725 Craig Fire Protection 453-7185 Tri State Fire Systems Inc (928) 768-7814
FIREPLACES Banker Insulation & Fireplaces Kitchen & Bath Concepts Masonry & More LLC
680-4888 453-8484 486-3965
FLOOR COVERINGS Arizona Decorative Concrete 854-2700 Home Depot 764-5111 Oasis Floors & Design Center Inc. 680-0550 FLOOR MAINTENANCE PRODUCTION & EQUIPMENT Done Right Cleaning Resources Inc. 855-8244 FLOOR SYSTEMS Silver State Components 453-2722 FRAMERS Black Opal Construction (928) Foster Framing Inc. Janecek Homes Inc. Johnson-Manley Havasu Lumber R. J. Perry Custom Framing RDS Quality Construction LLC S. M. D. Construction Yuma Valley Contractors (928)
542-0431 855-7526 486-5645 680-9000 486-6423 486-4660 680-1233 217-2300
FRP APPLICATION Buxton Drywall Inc. 453-5023 Essential Drywall 854-3352 RnR Ceilings & Walls LLC 486-1187 FURNITURE Michael Alan Home Furnishing Patio Paradise
GARAGE ENHANCEMENTS Accurate Measures 505-2393 Arizona Decorative Concrete 854-2700 Burns Builders & Real Estate 855-8222 Just Garage Doors 855-6331 Trophy Homes, LLC 855-7526 GARAGE/OVERHEAD DOOR Just Garage Doors 855-6331 GATES Armor Fence & Masonry Mansell Welding Inc.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS - COMMERCIAL Advanced Homes Inc 855-6370
Axiom Construction (928) 279-0230 Black Opal Construction (928) 542-0431 Concepts in Construction LLC 680-4822 Cooley Construction (760) 948-4800 Consolidated Construction Co. Inc. (800)642-6774 Desert Land Group 854-5436 DKS Construction 486-9947 Durham Construction (928) 667-2530 G. Oxley Construction 855-3063 Homes by Wiesner Inc. 680-1894 Janecek Homes Inc. 486-5645 KEAR Civil Corporation (623) 580-1100 Kittrell Jensen Contractors (702) 638-8547 Lambert Custom Builders LLC 855-8392 MAC Electrical LLC (928) 314-1208 McCormick Construction Co. (928) 763-2272 Palmieri Construction Inc. 486-9618 Paradise Homes of Havasu Inc. 680-0722 Precise Builders (928) 704-6066 Prielipp Construction Inc. 453-9711 Pro Line Construction Srvcs 854-9460 Roman Const-Campbell Electric 453-7520 Sabre Building Corp 505-4522 Seven Star Construction & Restoration 854-8000 T. R. Orr Inc. (928) 757-1174 Vanderboom Construction 453-5719 Yuma Valley Contractors (928) 217-2300 GENERAL CONTRACTORS - RESIDENTIAL Advanced Homes Inc 855-6370 Black Opal Construction (928) 542-0431 Burns Builders & Real Estate 855-8222 CL Woodward LLC (928) 753-6337 Combs Construction Co Inc. (602) 237-4029 Concepts in Construction LLC 680-4822 Desert Land Group 854-5436 DKS Construction 486-9947 DLG Construction LLC 854-5436 Durham Construction (928) 667-2530 Foster Framing Inc. 855-7526 G. Oxley Construction 855-3063 Homes by Wiesner Inc. 680-1894 Janecek Homes Inc. 486-5645 Jewett Acoustics 453-1459 KEAR Civil Corporation (623) 580-1100 Lakeside Builders LLC (719) 491-5530 Lambert Custom Builders LLC 855-8392 Moran AZ Homes (760) 559-0554 Mountain Desert 764-1157 Palmieri Construction Inc. 486-9618 Paradise Homes of Havasu Inc. 680-0722 Precise Builders (928) 704-6066 Pro Line Construction Srvcs 854-9460 RDS Quality Construction LLC 486-4660
River Legacy Development (928) River Ridge Builders Roman Const-Campbell Electric S. M. D. Construction Sabre Building Corp Seven Star Construction & Restoration Trophy Homes, LLC Vanderboom Construction Windholz Construction
245-8118 486-7852 453-7520 680-1233 505-4522 854-8000 855-7526 453-5719 486-7503
GENERAL ENGINEERING CONTRACTOR Advanced Homes Inc 855-6370 G. Oxley Construction 855-3063 McCormick Construction Co. (928) 763-2272 T. R. Orr Inc. (928) 757-1174
GRAPHIC DESIGN Print It Havasu
GUARDRAILS Mansell Welding Inc.
GUNITE POOLS & SPAS Mohave County Pools & Spas 680-7665 HANDRAILS Mansell Welding Inc.
HEALTH INSURANCE MDIC 453-6330 Springberg & McAndrew Financial 855-9421
GEOTECHNICAL & CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS TESTING Western Technologies Inc. (928) 758-8378
HEAVY EQUIPMENT RENTAL Red Mountain Rentals LLC (480) 477-9400
GIFTS & ACCESSORIES Michael Alan Home Furnishing 855-6067 Patio Paradise 854-1122
HOME AUTOMATION Bullet Proof System (928) 846-1032 Havasu Wiring 566-8111
GLASS & GLAZING Advantage Windshield & Glass 855-7004 Jim's House of Glass (928) 757-1171 River Valley Window Co. 505-8198 Rudy Glass Inc. 855-9263
HOME/RENTAL CLEANING Done Right Cleaning Resources Inc. 855-8244
GOLF COURSE Pirates Den RV Resort (928)
GRADING/PAVING CONTRACTOR Civil Works Engineering LLC (928) 279-4833 Cooley Construction (760) 948-4800 KEAR Civil Corporation (623) 580-1100 Moran AZ Homes (760) 559-0554 Royster Equipment LLC (928) 920-8298 Tri-Sun's Engineering Inc. 855-6236 GRANITE/MARBLE/STONE FABRICATORS Castle Rock Doors, Molding & Hardware (928) 667-5025 Kitchen & Bath Concepts 453-8484 Oasis Floors & Design Center Inc. 680-0550 Pro Stone Source (928) 302-1012 GRANITE/STONE SUPPLIERS Oasis Floors & Design Center Inc. 680-0550 Primo Tile 453-8571
HOME DECOR Michael Alan Home Furnishing Patio Paradise
HOME IMPROVEMENT Armor Fence & Masonry 453-1006 Done Right Cleaning Resources Inc. 855-8244 Esmay Electric Inc. 855-7375 Home Depot 764-5111 Morgan Electric 486-0714 Sabre Building Corp 505-4522 HOME INSURANCE MDIC 453-6330 NFP Property & Casualty 855-3081 Springberg & McAndrew Financial 855-9421 HOME THEATER Alpine Communications Bullet Proof System (928) Havasu Audio Video LLC K2A Construction (480)
453-1714 846-1032 855-3111 519-9225
HOSPITAL PRIVACY CURTAINS Lake View Window Coatings (855) 235-0344
LAMINATE FLOORING Oasis Floors & Design Center Inc. 680-0550
HOUSEWARES Patio Paradise
INDOOR AIR QUALITY Air Control Air Conditioning Inc. 680-0600 Professional Air Balance (928) 328-1670 Samons Air Conditioning 855-3302 INSULATION Banker Insulation & Fireplaces 680-4888 Canyon State Enterprises, LLC (928) 757-9003 INSURANCE AGENCIES Chicago Title 855-4196 Farmer Insurance – Cassie Sotelo 680-7108 MDIC 453-6330 NFP Property & Casualty 855-3081 Springberg & McAndrew Financial 855-9421 INTERIOR DESIGN Kitchen & Bath Concepts 453-8484 Michael Alan Home Furnishing 855-6067
LAMINATION - Document (up to 11 x 17) CRBIA 453-7755 LAND DEVELOPMENT CONSULTING Civil Works Engineering LLC (928) 279-4833 Desert Land Group 854-5436 G. Oxley Construction 855-3063 LAND PLANNING Civil Works Engineering LLC (928) 279-4833 G. Oxley Construction 855-3063 Mychal Gorden Design, Inc. 230-9876 LANDSCAPE CONTRACTORS Canyon Landscape & Maintenance 855-6085 Elite Landscape 486-2733 Mountain Desert 764-1157 Mychal Gorden Design, Inc. 230-9876 River Palms Landscaping 680-8608 LANDSCAPE DESIGN Canyon Landscape & Maintenance 855-6085 Mountain Desert 764-1157 Mychal Gorden Design, Inc. 230-9876 River Palms Landscaping 680-8608
INVESTMENTS NFP Property & Casualty Springberg & McAndrew Financial
IRON WORK Armor Fence & Masonry Mansell Welding Inc.
LANDSCAPE LIGHTING Elite Landscape 486-2733 River Palms Landscaping 680-8608
LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE Canyon Landscape & Maintenance 855-6085 Elite Landscape 486-2733 Mountain Desert 764-1157 River Palms Landscaping 680-8608
IRRIGATION Elite Landscape Mountain Desert
IRRIGATION METERS Better Plumbing by Farr Inc. 680-9725 Craig Plumbing Contractors Inc. 453-7189 J’Duva Service Plumbing Inc. 505-1751 JANITORIAL & CHEMICAL SUPPLIES Done Right Cleaning Resources Inc. 855-8244 Home Depot 764-5111 KITCHEN & BATH REMODELING Havasu Cabinets (928) 208-6501 Kitchen & Bath Concepts 453-8484 Pro Stone Source (928) 302-1012
LANDSCAPE ROCK SUPPLIES Campbell Redi-Mix 855-6535 LANDSCAPE SUPPLIES Home Depot 764-5111 Mountain Desert 764-1157 LEGAL SERVICES Springberg & McAndrew Financial 855-9421 Wachtel Biehn & Malm 855-5115
LIEN SERVICES Wachtel Biehn & Malm
Springberg & McAndrew Financial
LIFE INSURANCE Springberg & McAndrew Financial 855-9421
LIGHTING FIXTURES 764-5111
LLC SETUPS A & E Services LHC
LOW VOLTAGE Alpine Communications Bullet Proof System (928) Colorado River Communications Havasu Audio Video LLC
453-1714 846-1032 505-7301 855-3111
LUMBER MATERIALS, Comm’l Home Depot 764-5111 Pro-Build Home Centers 855-4061 MARKETING SERVICES Print it Havasu 505-0451 Today's News Herald 453-4237 MASONRY Armor Fence & Masonry Black Opal Construction (928) Canyon State Enterprises, LLC (928) Concepts in Construction LLC Haxton Masonry (928) Kitchen & Bath Concepts LHC Construction Inc. Masonry & More LLC Moran AZ Homes (760) Palmieri Construction Inc.
453-1006 542-0431 757-9003 680-4822 344-6174 453-8484 855-1028 486-3965 559-0554 486-9618
MASONRY – CUSTOM TILE & MOSAICS Masonry & More LLC 486-3965 Primo Tile 453-8571 MEDIA
METAL FABRICATION Fayette A/C & Sheet Metal 854-7766 Mansell Welding Inc. 855-6743 MISTING SYSTEMS
Mohave Mist & Spa
MOLD, AIR QUALITY TESTING Air Control Air Conditioning Inc. 680-0600 Seven Star Construction 854-8000 MOLD REMEDIATION Seven Star Construction 854-8000 MONITORING Bullet Proof System (928) Colorado River Communications
MORTGAGE FINANCIERS Guaranteed Rate Affinity (928) 325-6099 Horizon Community Bank 854-3000 MOSAICS & STEPPING STONES Masonry & More LLC 486-3965
MASONRY BLOCK PLANT Mohave Block (928) 565-5133
Print it Havasu Today's News Herald
MEDICARE INSURANCE 453-6330
NETWORKS Bullet Proof System (928)
NEWSPAPERS Today's News Herald
NURSERY Mountain Desert
OFFICE FURNITURE Michael Alan Home Furnishing 855-6067 ORNAMENTAL IRON Armor Fence & Masonry 453-1006 Mansell Welding Inc. 855-6743 OUTDOOR KITCHENS Callagy Construction LLC 486-1416 Kitchen & Bath Concepts 453-8484 Masonry & More LLC 486-3965 Patio Paradise 854-1122
OVERHEAD DOORS Just Garage Doors 855-6331 PAINT - SUPPLIES & SPRAYER REPAIRS River Paint & Supply 453-7100 PAINTING CONTRACTORS ARC Coatings Inc. 466-6000 Authentic Painting & Coatings Inc 486-3710 DKS Construction 486-9947 Fred Grover Painting 680-0797
Better Plumbing by Farr Inc. Craig Plumbing Contractors Inc. J’Duva Service Plumbing Inc.
680-9725 453-7189 505-1751
PLUMBING SUPPLIES Craig Plumbing Contractors Inc. 453-7189 Home Depot 764-5111 POOL DECKING ARC Coatings Inc. 466-6000 Arizona Decorative Concrete 854-2700 Authentic Painting & Coatings Inc 486-3710
PARKING LOT MAINTENANCE Fastline Parking Lot Striping and Maint 854-5522 Sanders Sweeping 680-0574
POOL ENCLOSURES (child barriers) Armor Fence & Masonry 453-1006
PATIO DOORS/SCREENS Advantage Windshield & Glass 855-7004
PATIOS Burns Builders & Real Estate Trophy Homes, LLC
PAVERS & TRAVERTINE PAVERS Elite Landscape 486-2733 Mountain Desert 764-1157 PEST CONTROL America’s Pest Control George Pest Control Havasu Pest Control Inc. Parker & Desert Pest, LLC Truly Nolen of America
505-8700 855-3836 855-1054 680-2847 855-5191
POOL – TILE & MOSAICS 453-8571
PORTABLE TOILETS Jack Pots Portables Inc. 680-0804 POURED IN PLACE WALLS Indusco Concrete 505-8707 POWER WASHING Sanders Sweeping 680-0574
PRINTING SERVICES - General 453-7755
PRINTING SERVICES – Plan Room CRBIA 453-7755
PIGEON CONTROL Havasu Pest Control Inc. 855-1054 Truly Nolen of America 855-5191
PUBLISHING Today's News Herald
PLASTERING/STUCCO CONTRACTORS Masonry & More LLC 486-3965 Southwest Plastering 855-7528 Stucco Tech of Arizona LLC 453-4623
KJJJ 93 & KNTR 980
PLUMBING CONTRACTORS Better Plumbing by Farr Inc. 680-9725 Craig Plumbing Contractors Inc. 453-7189 J’Duva Service Plumbing Inc. 505-1751 Tri-Sun's Engineering Inc. 855-6236 PLUMBING REPAIR & MAINTENANCE Ben Franklin Plumbing (877) 236-1776
RADIO 855-9336 RAILING Mansell Welding Inc.
REAL ESTATE Burns Builders & Real Estate Coldwell Banker Commercial Homes by Wiesner Inc. Realty One Group Mtn Desert Windholz Construction
855-8222 302-5823 680-1894 846-1959 486-7503
REAL ESTATE - COMMERCIAL Coldwell Banker Commercial 302-5823
RESTAURANT Pirates Den RV Resort (928)
REBAR FABRICATING Hub Construction Supplies 453-9109 Mansell Welding Inc. 855-6743
RESTAURANT SUPPLIES Done Right Cleaning Resources Inc. 855-8244
REFRIGERATION Mercury Air Conditioning & Heating 854-4101 Pitzer Air 855-0190 REMODELING/ADDITIONS/REPAIR Burns Builders & Real Estate 855-8222 Callagy Construction LLC 486-1416 Cobra One Painting 230-9362 Concepts in Construction LLC 680-4822 Esmay Electric Inc. 855-7375 Essential Drywall 854-3352 Homes by Wiesner Inc. 680-1894 Janecek Homes Inc. 486-5645 Lambert Custom Builders LLC 855-8392 Moran AZ Homes (760) 559-0554 Morgan Electric 486-0714 Multer Electric LLC (928) 293-0810 Palmieri Construction Inc. 486-9618 Paradise Homes of Havasu Inc. 680-0722 Pro Line Construction Srvcs 854-9460 R. J. Perry Custom Framing 486-6423 RDS Quality Construction LLC 486-4660 Sabre Building Corp 505-4522 Seven Star Construction & Restoration 854-8000 Trophy Homes, LLC 855-7526 Windholz Construction 486-7503 RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS SALES & INSTALLATION Esmay Electric Inc. 855-7375 Mohave Solar 680-0040 RENTAL EQUIPMENT Jack Pots Portables Inc. 680-0804 Tri-State Rental Inc. 680-6748 United Rentals (928) 758-5757 RENTAL FENCING Armor Fence & Masonry 453-1006 RE-ROOFING CONTRACTORS Bill Chambers Roofing 453-5319 Montes Roofing Inc. 855-2883
RESTORATION SERVICES ServPro of LHC/BHC/Kingman 855-9111 Seven Star Construction & Restoration 854-8000 RETAIL Done Right Cleaning Resources Inc. The Shops at Lake Havasu
RETAINING WALLS Armor Fence & Masonry 453-1006 Concepts in Construction LLC 680-4822 Indusco Concrete 505-8707 Masonry & More LLC 486-3965 ROOFING CONTRACTORS American Standard Roofing (928) 208-2968 Bill Chambers Roofing 453-5319 Canyon State Enterprises, LLC (928) 757-9003 Dynamite Roofing LLC 453-3925 Johnson-Manley Havasu Lumber 680-9000 Montes Roofing Inc. 855-2883 Pro Tech Roofing 453-8306 River Roofing Inc. 453-7663 Superior S/W Roofing & Contracting 453-0003 ROOFING MATERIALS ALL Roofing Materials of LHC 453-7080 ABC Supply 855-8383 RV RESORT Pirates Den RV Resort (928)
SAND, GRAVEL & ROCK MATERIALS Campbell Redi-Mix 855-6535 Desert Construction Inc. (928) 757-2213 SATELLITE EQUIPMENT & SYSTEMS Havasu Audio Video LLC 855-3111 SCREENS Advantage Windshield & Glass Budget Blinds Home Depot
855-7004 854-7979 764-5111
SECURITY CAMERAS Bullet Proof System (928) 846-1032 Colorado River Communications 505-7301 Havasu Wiring 566-8111 Sound Bank Electronics 855-1129 Western Alarm Systems 855-5608 SECURITY - FENCE Armor Fence & Masonry 453-1006 Mansell Welding Inc. 855-6743 SECURITY SYSTEMS Alpine Communications 453-1714 Bullet Proof System (928) 846-1032 Colorado River Communications 505-7301 Havasu Audio Video LLC 855-3111 Havasu Wiring 566-8111 Western Alarm Systems 855-5608 SEPTIC INSTALLATION Pioneer Earth Movers Inc. 854-5035 Tiger Trenching 453-1755 Tri-Sun's Engineering Inc. 855-6236 SEPTIC PUMPING/INSTALLATION John Smith Backhoe-Dump Truck etc 453-9007 SEWER/WATER/STORM DRAIN Craig Plumbing Contractors Inc. 453-7189 Tiger Trenching 453-1755 Tri-Sun's Engineering Inc. 855-6236 SHADES Blind Alley Blind Design Budget Blinds Home Depot
855-7406 855-0330 854-7979 764-5111
Home Depot Lake View Window Coatings
SKYLIGHTS River Valley Window Co.
SKYLIGHTS, Repair & Replacement Dynamite Roofing LLC 453-3925 SMART HOME TECHNOLOGY Bullet Proof System (928) 846-1032 Havasu Audio Video LLC 855-3111 Havasu Wiring 566-8111 SOLAR ENERGY CONTRACTORS Esmay Electric Inc. 855-7375 Homes by Wiesner Inc. 680-1894 Mohave Solar 680-0040 RLB Electric Inc. 706-6557 SOLAR ENERGY SYSTEMS DESIGN & INSTALLATION Esmay Electric Inc. 855-7375 Homes by Wiesner Inc. 680-1894 Mohave Solar 680-0040 RLB Electric Inc. 706-6557 SOLAR WATER HEATING Craig Plumbing Contractors Inc. 453-7189 Mohave Solar 680-0040 Pitzer Air 855-0190 RLB Electric Inc. 706-6557 STAIRWAYS Foster Framing Mansell Welding Inc.
SHEET METAL, DUCT REPAIR & DESIGN Fayette A/C & Sheet Metal 854-7766 Samons Air Conditioning 855-3302
STEEL CONSTRUCTION Durham Construction (928) 667-2530 Mansell Welding Inc. 855-6743 Roman Const./Campbell Electric 453-7520
SHOT CRETE Lake Havasu Gunite & Concrete
STEEL ERECTORS Mansell Welding Inc. 855-6743
SHOWER/TUB ENCLOSURES Advantage Windshield & Glass 855-7004
STEEL STUD FRAMING Buxton Drywall Inc. 453-5023
SHUTTERS Blind Alley Blind Design Budget Blinds
855-7406 855-0330 854-7979
STEEL SUPPLIERS Mansell Welding Inc. 855-6743
STONE VENEER Concepts in Construction LLC Kitchen & Bath Concepts Masonry & More LLC Oasis Floors & Design Center Inc. Primo Tile
Mohave County Pools & Spas 680-4822 453-8484 486-3965 453-5656 453-8571
STORAGE SOLUTIONS Havasu Cabinets (928) 208-6501 STRIPING Fastline Parking Lot Striping and Maint 854-5522 Sanders Sweeping 680-0574 STRUCTURAL STEEL FABRICATORS Mansell Welding Inc. 855-6743 STUCCO CONTRACTORS Canyon State Enterprises, LLC (928) 757-9003 Johnson-Manley Havasu Lumber 680-9000 Southwest Plastering 855-7528 Stucco Tech of Arizona LLC 453-4623 SUBDIVISION SERVICES Civil Works Engineering LLC (928) 279-4833 SURROUND SOUND Bullet Proof System (928) 846-1032 Havasu Wiring 566-8111 SURVELLANCE EQUIPMENT Bullet Proof System (928) 846-1032 Havasu Audio Video LLC 855-3111 SURVEYORS Accurate Prof’l Land Surveying Inc. ARQ Land Surveying
SUSTAINABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS SALES & INSTALLATION Esmay Electric Inc. 855-7375 SWEEPING Sanders Sweeping
SWIMMING POOL DECK COATINGS Arizona Decorative Concrete 854-2700 AZ Sun Decking 855-6458 SWIMMING POOLS LHC Construction Inc. 855-1028
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