Bay Home & Window Pleasanton

Bay Home & Window is one of the largest and most awarded companies in the home design industry with more than 100,000 installations over two decades. Specializing in plantation shutters, custom closet... Show more

Bay Home & Window is one of the largest and most awarded companies in the home design industry with more than 100,000 installations over two decades. Specializing in plantation shutters, custom closets and home organizational systems, we are committed to improving the way you live by creating a home environment where you can control light, energy, chaos while enhancing the elegance and sophistication of your home. Hide

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What do you think about radiant barrier spray on coating versus foil backing radiant barrier?
Apr 4, 2016
Here is a fairly good article on the subjecct. "Radiant barrier spray-on paint is essentially liquid foil. While not all radiant barrier paints are the same, basically they are made by grinding pure ... read more
can i replace the formica on my kitchen counters without pulling out and replacing the whole counter. In other words, can you cement new formica over what is t
Sep 3, 2015
No.  I don't think that is a good idera.  You are not going to be happy with result.  Hold off spending money doing what you are recommending until you have money to do it the right way. Philip Anders ... read more

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