D. J. Dietz Designs

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When it comes to major home renovations, what improvements/fixes produce the best ROI?
Nov 30, 2016
If you view the renovations from a Real Estate/Reselling standpoint, the kitchen is the best investment in my opinion. Followed by bathrooms. Kitchens have sold homes. If that is your goal, start ther ... read more
Last edited Dec 2, 2016 9:06am
What's the difference between a "replacement window" and a "new construction" window?
A New Construction window includes nailing fins used to fasten the window in place and to flash it, helping to make it airtight and waterproof. This usually requires installation of new interior woodw ... read more

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