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    "We're really pleased with the excellent work done by your crew. They were fast, efficient and easy to work with. Our garage is not flooding for the first time in six years thanks to the new down spout and paintwork."

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  • Easy Ways To Organize Your Linen Closet

    Linen Closet Organized

    Does your linen closet look over packed with sheets, towels and pillows? Do you even have a linen closet? If the answer to my second question is no, then you should designate an area or un-used closet to store your linens. This will help keep things organized in your house. If you do have a linen closet, and in need of some re-organization, here are some tips to get you through the clutter. Need more organizational advice and assistance? Give your Cleveland Contractors a call today!

    1. Try a freestanding wardrobeNo built-in storage? No problem. This reasonably priced armoire, crafted of reclaimed barn wood, boasts adjustable shelves. We tricked it out with paint and a handy hook-as well as ticking-stripe shelf liner, which Chic Shelf Paper will custom-cut to your measurements.

    2. Use baskets to keep necessities out of sight-not out of mind. Lined bins conceal cleaning supplies and toilet paper. Stamped tags ensure that each container's contents are perfectly clear.

    3. Milk every square inch with shelving. The Container Store's nimble under-shelf bin takes advantage of oft-wasted space. Use it as a spot to store a stack of washcloths, hand towels, or extra pillowcases.

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