Home Remodeling Projects
And Much More
This website offers information about home remodeling projects, decorating, and energy saving appliances - to help homeowners make better decisions.
What You Will Find Here
Advice and Information - Over 480 pages of content on 38 different subjects, including decorating tips, energy saving suggestions, remodeling options and safety issues.
For Example, here is a page about how to clean tile grout.
Here is some good information about safety in the kitchen. Important if you have small children.
Under Your Articles you can read what other industry experts have to say about their various specialties.
There are also e books available to help in managing your remodeling project. See the Nav Bar or Site Map to find what you need.
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If you are planning a home remodeling project - a new kitchen, adding a master suite, or building that dream media room, you’re bound to have questions. Continuous Home Improvement Help will help answer them.
Charles Gueli has over 42 years of experience in the design, construction and renovation of structures ranging from single family homes to corporate offices.
Through Continuous Home Improvement Help, he provides important resources that you can access to have a successful home remodeling project.
While adding to the value of your home, your project should be a satisfying experience - one that will provide good memories.
Whether you're intending a small job, complete home remodeling, or a new home, there is a process to follow, pitfalls to consider, and ways to save money.
Our goal is to help homeowners make better decisions.
We also want to help you save time and prevent frustrations during a remodeling project. If you plan ahead and answer questions as they come up, you will:
1. Save money,
2. Be happier with the result, and
3. Feel a greater sense of accomplishment.
No two home remodeling jobs are alike. No website can anticipate every question or problem that will test your resolve.
So if you aren't sure how to proceed, just submit your question on the Contact Charlie page, and get the information you need.
Small projects require many of the same disciplines as large projects. But you won't have to deal with as many people or make as many decisions.
Large projects obviously take longer, so the built-in "aggravation factor" is greater. If you have a large project coming up, look at this page to learn about an FREE e book that will help you avoid problems and save money.
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