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    "I am writing to compliment your employees on a job well done. Bob was very responsive in returning phone calls from the initial contact we made to get preliminary estimates to finish our basement. The foreman was at our house almost every day for two-and-a-half weeks. His work was excellent. He finished everything on or ahead of schedule, left all of the work areas clean, and finished all of the small details to complete the job entirely. Due to the timeliness and quality of their work, we were able to enjoy our finished basement prior to the Thanksgiving holiday as promised."

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  • 5 Ways To Freshen The Bathroom

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    Looking to freshen up your bathroom but don't want to spend a fortune? Take a look at some of these easy ways to change the look of your bathroom without spending tons, courtesy of This Old House, and be sure to contact your Cleveland Contractors at Reilly Painting for all of your home mechanic needs!

    1. Coordinate Accents

    Give your bath a designer touch with matching accessories. Here, the medicine cabinet's silvery frame is echoed by the decorative metal outlet covers.

    Similar to shown: Kohler 20-inch Recessed Medicine Cabinet, about $178, and Betsy Fields Design Brushed Satin Pewter standard wall plates, about $7 each; lowes.com

    2. Tile the Countertop

    An alternative to a stone slab, a tiled counter resists water but costs a lot less and is easy for DIYers to install. This terra-cotta top has white-painted wood edging to go with the vanity below. A bead of clear caulk keeps water away from the wood.

    Similar to shown: Merola Tile Augusta 4-inch tile, about $8 per square foot; homedepot.com

    3. Refinish Fixtures

    Rather than replace an old cast-iron claw-foot tub and sink, save a bundle by reglazing them instead.

    A pair of fixtures can cost upward of $2,000, compared with about $800 for having both reglazed by a professional. Find a pro at napcoltd.com.

    Read more at This Old House

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