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Solid Surface Shower Surround Offers the Look of Tile Without Grout

Solid Surface Shower Surround Offers the Look of Tile Without Grout

Solid surface countertops have always been very popular, and they’re perfect for a kid’s bathroom like the one at The Kuppersmith Project. Watch this video to see how faux grout lines can be cut into a solid surface shower surround to imitate the look of individual tiles without the need for grout.

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Special Tub Valve Allows Customized Bathing Experience

Special Tub Valve Allows Customized Bathing Experience

One of the most popular finishes for plumbing fixtures these days is brushed nickel, which we’re using throughout the Kuppersmith Project, since it seems to go with everything. We also installed a great digital shower/tub system that has personalized setting for each member of the family. Watch this video to find out more.

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Gourmet Stove Is a Focal Point of the Kuppersmith Project Kitchen

Gourmet Stove Is a Focal Point of the Kuppersmith Project Kitchen

Homeowners really love the look and function of a gourmet stove like the one we installed in the Kuppersmith Project house kitchen. Our stove is stainless steel and has six burners. While the stove is very high quality, it’s not very expensive. Watch this video to find out more.

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Great Paint Job Raises the Bar at the Kuppersmith Project

Great Paint Job Raises the Bar at the Kuppersmith Project

A lot of work goes into completing a big painting project like the Kuppersmith project house, but I’m so glad to finally see the paint colors going on the walls. I really like the contrast of the darker colors and the white trim, which is being used throughout the house. Watch this video to find out more.

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Glass Tile Add Focal Point to Kuppersmith Project Kitchen

Glass Tile Add Focal Point to Kuppersmith Project Kitchen

Glass tiles have become very popular lately, and we’re using them as a backsplash in the kitchen of the Kuppersmith Project house. Watch this video to see what they look like up on the wall.

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Built-in Ironing Center Saves Space at the Kuppersmith Project House

Built-in Ironing Center Saves Space at the Kuppersmith Project House

There’s plenty of room for a washer, dryer, cabinets, and a sink in the laundry room at the Kuppersmith Project house. But can be hard to find a place for an ironing board. Watch this video to see the solution I found that fits perfectly.

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Pavers to Enhance the Driveway at the Kuppersmith Project House

Pavers to Enhance the Driveway at the Kuppersmith Project House

I’m at the Kuppersmith Project house where we’re in the process of pouring the concrete for the driveway. The wooden forms for the concrete will allow us to border the drive with pavers to create an awesome design that should look really great when we’re finished. Watch this video to find out more.

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Special Concrete Dye Used at the Kuppersmith Project House

Special Concrete Dye Used at the Kuppersmith Project House

We’re using a dye to color the concrete on the driveways at the Kuppersmith Project house. This isn’t a stain applied to the surface, but a powdered dye that’s mixed in the truck with the concrete before it’s poured. Watch this video to find out more.

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Standby Generator Transfer Switch Ensures Smooth Operation

Standby Generator Transfer Switch Ensures Smooth Operation

One of the key pieces of equipment that makes an automatic standby generator work seamlessly is the transfer switch. While it may look like any other electrical box on the outside, the transfer switch is really a high-tech electronics device. Watch this video to find out more.

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Standby Generator Brings Peace of Mind to Kuppersmith Project Home

Standby Generator Brings Peace of Mind to Kuppersmith Project Home

The family that ends up living in the Kuppersmith Project house will be very happy we installed an automatic standby generator. Since the house is located in an older neighborhood with overhead power lines, a bad storm, heavy winds, or even a hurricane can cause an interruption in power. Watch this video to find out more.

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