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    Re: Laminate with dogs???

    I'm no expert by any means, but I would stay away from anything with high pile. My ****en would lay on his side and scratch the carpet and by the time we moved, it had permanent scratch marks in it....
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    Re: Laminate with dogs???

    You should also consider the dogs in this decision. If the dogs are used to carpet, they may have a very difficult time walking on the laminate, especially if they're big dogs. I ripped the...
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    Hardwood in Kitchen?

    We are renovating our 1920's kitchen by opening up a wall between the kitchen and dining room. I want to keep the character of the house and feel that I should put hardwood in the kitchen. Also,...
  4. Re: Quartz Counters with the Cherry Cabinets - Thoughts?

    We are having the same dilemma in renovating our 1920's kitchen. Granite is so overdone. We have narrowed it down to soapstone--which is absolutely gorgeous--or Paperstone, an engineered solid...
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    Stairs built directly on dirt

    We just bought and moved into a 1920's colonial two weeks ago. It appears that a prior owner took out the ground level basement doors and installed a staircase from the kitchen down to the basement....
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