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If your kids are starting school this week, you may still be wondering where to put all their stuff. Here are some ideas on where you can put a mudroom in your home. http://www.dfwimproved.com/where-should-a-mudroom-go/
If you're looking for more organization at home, you may have asked yourself "where should a mudroom go?" Here are a few suggestions to help you decide.
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Give kids an encouraging start to the school year with our FREE Printable Lunchbox Notes! Don't forget to share with your friends! http://www.dfwimproved.com/pdf/lunchbox.pdf
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Does laundry seem like the chore that never ends? Simplify your laundry routine with these 8 tips. http://www.dfwimproved.com/8-laundry-room-tips/
Laundry is the chore that never ends. Here are eight laundry room tips that will help simplify your laundry routine and make it more efficient.
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With all the leaves and debris blowing around as the season changes, gutters can get clogged or damaged easily. Rain water can overflow out of clogged gutters and create a mess of your yard.
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While you're planning your fall schedule, don't forget to include fall maintenance around the house! http://www.dfwimproved.com/fall-maintenance-checklist/
Everyone does spring cleaning, but not as many do fall maintenance. Start planning for fall maintenance now to reduce your winter workload.
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Create a space in your home where you child can store their book bag, lunchbox and other items they carry to school each day. This back to school organization station will keep everything neat and tidy, preventing it from getting lost in your child’s room.
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A media room or home theater is one of the most popular ways to use your bonus room. If you have an extra room, especially a basement where the sound can be contained, a media room is a win for all!
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Making sure you have a good amount of storage space is one of the most important laundry room tips. Plan cupboard space for chemicals and laundry tools as well as shelf space for folded clean laundry.
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When you find an unexpected stain, a utility sink is incredibly useful. A sink in the laundry room will allow you to soak the stain and give you a place to work while you scrub it out. You may have to update your laundry room to accommodate a sink, but it's worth it!
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Fall Maintenance Tip: Duct work isn’t the only place a leak can spring up. Redo the caulking around windows, vents and doors before the chill of fall arrives.
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Every child needs their own homework desk where they can study and complete assignments. Make sure it’s in an area with no distractions but fosters creativity.
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Make your transition into the school year easier with these 10 tips. http://www.dfwimproved.com/10-back-to-school-organization-tips/
Setting up a few back to school organization methods will make the transition easier for everyone in the family and help you have an A+ school year.
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9741 Preston Rd #106 Frisco, TX 75034
9741 Preston Road #106USTexasFrisco75034
(972) 377-7600dfwimproved.com
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"The workmen were neat and the workmanship was excellent."
"We love the French Doors they installed across the back of the house."
"They returned the bid for the job in a timely manner."
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Howard Selzer
5 months ago
My wife and I had been wanting to update our master bathroom at our second home.We have remodeled a few homes over the past few years and were familiar with the process of remodeling. We had tried to find someone that could do the job in the Dallas area. Many contractors that we met with at our place never returned our calls. There were contractors who said the job was to small, and contractors who we didn't think were qualified.We wanted a contractor that had a good reputation, wasn't to small of a crew to get work done, was insured, and bonded. Our son referred us to DFW Improvements. We scheduled a date for them to see the work needed. They returned the bid for the job in a timely manner. They were over our budget but we felt they could handle the job that we wanted. The job would consist of jack hammering the floor and digging down to the pipes under ground to move the plumbing and build out the bathroom. Work started on schedule and as on every remodel a few bumps, but that is why we went with DFW Improvements as they could handle the bumps. Our project manager Chad Edwards gave us a schedule/timeframe of the work to be done and it was on time. They have good communication skills as Chad stopped by to check on work daily and was easy to reach by phone about any questions. Workers were very polite and cleaned up after the job. I would highly recommend DFW Improvements.
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paulnamy W
10 months ago
We literally couldn't be more thrilled with DFW Improved. We had several projects around the house, including repairing the ceiling where there had been a water leak, installing the fan mechanism in a vent hood to finish a kitchen remodel, repairing various cracks in walls and trim around the house, diagnosing and repairing electrical issues on our back patio including installing new ceiling fans, and re-staining our front door. So, we had drywall, electrical, painters and carpenters all on our property at one point or another. Every single thing from the scheduling (each tradesman was ALWAYS on time) to the final inspection went flawlessly. Randy, the project manager, is worth his weight in gold. He was there every step of the way making sure everything was done exactly right, making sure we were comfortable with how things were being handled and that we always knew what to expect. There were three different types of wall texture that these guys had to match, and EVERY single one was absolute perfection. I never imagined a patch job could look so flawless. Getting our front door re-stained was the best decision we ever made, it looks incredible!! DFW Improved was not the cheapest company, but we are so thrilled that we spent that little extra to make sure it was all done right the first time! I never imagined having maintenance work done on the house could in any way be a pleasant experience. We would never consider calling anyone else. Thank you, DFW Improved!!!
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Jennifer Cloud Esq
10 months ago
We pretty much either installed new or refinished the existing hardwood floors in our home (the entire first floor with the exception of the bathrooms) and we couldn't be more pleased. DFW Improved and its subcontractors did an excellent job matching the color of the stain that we wanted and making sure the wood railings and bannisters on the stairs matched as well. They installed a beautiful design carpet on the stairs and the entire upstairs with ease and speed. They were ahead of schedule and John Dunaway, our super, did an excellent job keeping us informed on a daily basis. I especially loved that he sent us progress photos throughout. He was personable throughout the project and a pleasure to deal with. They also painted our kitchen island to match the existing paint of the kitchen cabinets. You cannot tell that different contractors painted these areas. The match is perfect. We will definitely be using DFW Improved for our future bath remodels and possible home expansions.
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Tina Basta
a year ago
DFW Improved built our gorgeous outdoor living. After dealing with numerous contractors over the years, our experience with DFW Improved was the best we've ever had. Their professionalism, ideas, and quality of their work exceeded our expectations. Unlike other contractors, they were very pleasant to work with from the Sales Rep (Jason), Project Manager (Chad) and the rest of the crew. Aaron and his crew built our beautiful cedar arbor and covered structure. It took longer than planned but expected due to the nature of the business. We highly recommend DFW Improved for any indoor/outdoor project and will definitely use them again and again.
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Jacqueline Meadows
7 months ago
Perhaps our experience is unique, so will be as objective as possible. Businesses like this have the back end (management and administrative) and front end (people who actually are doing the work). Yes, all the work for a project is sub-contracted. The back end of the house needs some work. Presence, dependability, ambiguous contracts regarding the statement of work, lack of communication in scheduling issues to name a few of the experiences. Pre-construction meeting had to be rescheduled losing a day of work for me. The confirmation of the start date was not relayed. Everyone was respectful and polite. I am all about the details. Front end folks contracted out to do the actual work did a great job. There is comfort in having someone who is licensed, insured and bonded. I will state that things did get accomplished within the three weeks. The cost of the job was higher than other quotes we had received. I feel like I overpaid since we essentially provided the majority of the materials (we paid for the engineering report, flooring materials for 350 sq ft and had to replace some outlets as they got painted over).
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Kevin Yu
5 months ago
DFW improved completed our project on budget and it turned out great. Chad, Jason, and Brett all were great to work with. Thanks DFW Improved!
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Craig Collins
a year ago
DFW Improved just finished my kitchen remodel. We finished right on schedule even though we endured an ice and snow storm during 2 weeks of the 6 week remodel! The project ran smoothly from start to finish thanks to their team of project managers, designers, and vendors. I would highly recommend DFW Improved for any home project you need.
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Richard Fakkel
a year ago
We did a major bathroom remodel. The final result was beautiful; exactly what we wanted and expertly executed. Project manager and crews were excellent. We would definitely use DFW Improved again.