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Luxury Vinyl Flooring Recommendation - Hiking Tiger
Trying to decide between 2 types for new construction. Same manufacturer, same color/style. 1st is a 2.5mm/20 mil wear layer glue down 2nd is a 5.5mm/20 mil wear layer click Flooring company recommended glue down due to availability, cost, potential floods, etc. Called another company to inq...
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re: Operable Aluminum Louver Shutters - Hiking Tiger
Entire shutter opens and closes. Around $4k for 5 sets in the front, including install, hardware, etc. Seems like they'd last forever though....
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Operable Aluminum Louver Shutters - Hiking Tiger
Anyone have any experience with these? They are pricey but considering for the front of the house. What other options for operable shutters are out there?...
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Should I have gas run to back patio? - Hiking Tiger
Plumbers working on new construction now. I don't have/want a built in gas grill but was thinking of having them drop a line to the right side of built in cabinets (sink, counter, mini fridge) (near open air). I'm not sure I see myself converting a grill or a dual burner & they said it doesn't put o...
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re: New Current Mortgage Rates Thread - Hiking Tiger
[quote]Float for now[/quote] You saying we could see a decrease again? I have money earmarked to buy 2 points if it's offered by lender. ...
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re: New Current Mortgage Rates Thread - Hiking Tiger
Anything new on this today?...
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re: New Current Mortgage Rates Thread - Hiking Tiger
Looks like a big jump today. Will this trend continue? Currently building, watching them rise for the last 2 weeks. Probably 3 months out from being able to lock in....
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re: Quartz or Quartzite - Hiking Tiger
Would definitely choose quartz over granite too. But with similar price points, the quartzite we are looking at is hard to pass up....
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Quartz or Quartzite - Hiking Tiger
Pricing seems to be similar on both. Quartzite looks a lot better, can put hot pots on it, doesn't look plastic. What are the cons?...
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re: New Construction - Microwave Placement - Hiking Tiger
I was getting the sense the microwave drawer facing the stove was the best option though ...
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re: New Construction - Microwave Placement - Hiking Tiger
[quote]we are going to do a microwave drawer built into the island facing the range.[/quote] Why did this get downvoted :lol:...
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re: Granite/Quartz Cost - Hiking Tiger
Also interested in hearing opinions on quartzite. Looking at Laveezi for new house, haven't found a granite we really like and all the places telling us to avoid quartz in kitchen....
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re: New Construction - Microwave Placement - Hiking Tiger
Yeah, cabinets haven't been started yet. House just got framed but electricians asking where to put it. ...
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New Construction - Microwave Placement - Hiking Tiger
[img]https://hosting.photobucket.com/images/j355/coryquebedeaux/Capture(1).JPG?width=450&height=278&fit=bounds&crop=fill[/img] Where would you guys recommend putting the microwave in this layout? I would like it in the pantry (door left of dishwasher) but I don't think there's room for shelves wi...
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re: Wall Mount Tub Faucet on Exterior Wall - Hiking Tiger
HarryCallahan, Would you recommend steering away from the wall mount on the backside of the tub? If my math is right, the wall mount on the right side won't work. The space between walls is 72", tub is 60" but the bottom part of the tub is 40". I would think you wouldn't want the water hitting t...
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re: Wall Mount Tub Faucet on Exterior Wall - Hiking Tiger
South LA. We are going to move it to the right side wall. ...
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re: Wall Mount Tub Faucet on Exterior Wall - Hiking Tiger
Thinking we could shift the faucet to that wall where the arrow is. That arrow indicates a built in niche that the faucet could fit under. It can be accessed from a sheetrock wall on the other side if anything goes wrong. ...
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re: Wall Mount Tub Faucet on Exterior Wall - Hiking Tiger
Brick exterior Floor mount may be an option ...
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Wall Mount Tub Faucet on Exterior Wall - Hiking Tiger
[img]https://hosting.photobucket.com/images/j355/coryquebedeaux/Capture.JPG[/img] Having house plans finalized now and currently have a wall mount faucet tub under a window. Just occurred to me that this might be a pain to fix if anything happens. Is this even up to code? Or should we just steer ...
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Anniversary trip within driving distance of Lafayette - Hiking Tiger
Trip will be in late June next year. Been looking a bit at Fredericksburg and Broken Bow, OK. Not big on the idea of a B&B, would prefer a nice 1 bedroom cabin or hotel. Something with a deck and nice scenery. Would like to do a few hikes, maybe ATV tour, winery, restaurants, etc. Any recomme...
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