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Austin Kitchen and Bath has opened a Kitchen and Bath store at 9222 Burnet Road in Austin Texas. Please stop by!

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The Austin Kitchen and Bath website (www.austinkitchenandbath.net) has a new look. Our focus is countertops, cabinets, and shower glass. What information would help homeowners make the best decisions for these items? Comments solicited!

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This frameless shower is part of a project on Greystone Dr. Austin Texas 78731.

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Close-up of the marble used for the countertop located on Avenue H, Austin Texas 78751. This is our profile photo and the stone is called Rainforest.

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frameless shower on Harrogate in Austin Texas

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Marble tile and a jacuzzi bath tub with updated fixtures are the highlights of this bathroom remodel on Westlake Drive Austin TX 78746

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Before the remodel this homeowner in North Austin was overwhelmed by wood and functionality issues with the oven across the room from the stove top. The  appliance garages consumed valuable counterspace creating nooks where clutter gathered.
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Don't Do That!
Today I thought about remodeling, and how easy it is to cost yourself quite a bit of money with the wrong decision. Once, I built this deck - you had to know I'd have a story... anyway, it went bad. After paying part up front  he disappeared for a couple of weeks. Magically had another job. I suspect he used my down payment to finish his last job. He did turn back up, however, the result was a deck that was falling apart after less than a year. That deck could have been really nice... if I'd only hired someone else.

Now that I work at Austin Kitchen and Bath we are sometimes called in to fix what went wrong. With over 40 years construction experience Rick is a true craftsman who cares about his work. I'm proud to be a part of this team. Anyway, wouldn't it be nice if someone just said in the first place - "don't do that!" With that in mind I started this blog post.

Hi - I'm starting a community to help people who are considering having work done to their homes. Please join me /Shae
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