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What is a Pot Filler?

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What is a Pot Filler?

Pot filler for your kitchen remodel - Design Build Planners (1)The kitchen is easily one of the most important rooms in your home so it should be remodeled somewhat frequently in order to keep up to date. You want to be sure that you are always getting the best appliances and that everything is up to date, especially if you love to cook. One thing you will want to consider getting in your home is a pot filler. These can also be known as a pasta arm and are very effective for filling large pots that may not fit under the faucet. These are extremely beneficial kitchen additions. Here is some information you may need to know when deciding if you want to install your very own pot filler in your home.

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Renovation and Kitchen Upgrade Following Superstorm Sandy at the New Jersey Shore

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before renovation work (3)This 100+ year old Shore Colonial home located in Long Branch, New Jersey was flooded during Super Storm Sandy. Job one was the tear out of the ruined material followed by the drying and spraying of anti-fungals. Next, the basic renovation needed to get the home back to habitable. This work included new hardwood floors, electrical wiring, insulation, drywall, moldings, plus heating and air conditioning units with vent ducts.
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Pot Filler by the Stove for Your Kitchen

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When the Design Build Planners initially discuss a design and build remodeling project with a homeowner the planned scope begins with three broad categories.

  • Got to have it
  • Really want it
  • Would like to consider it

Typically, the homeowners have done some of their own research prior to the initial consultation. This research may be from the internet, magazines, home and garden TV, or visiting other homes. Usually homeowners have their own initial “got to have it” and “really want it” list ready. As part of a Design Build Planners consultation, homeowners are shown other completed projects that have characteristics and similarities to what they are trying to achieve. Many of the items incorporated are pointed out and explained how they were a part of the project’s development process. These various items help fill the “would like to consider it” list. Continue reading