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Wood Walls - 3 Tips

Wood Walls - 3 Tips

Everyone loves wood interior walls! In this video I'll show you three tips to ensuring your wood walls look great after installation. The wood in this video is reclaimed from the 30's house we were remodeling and was used originally as a wallpaper backer.

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A Creative Kitchen Renovation on a Small Budget

A Creative Kitchen Renovation on a Small Budget

Creative solutions open a kitchen space while keeping costs down.

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Undoing the Dings of Life

Undoing the Dings of Life

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A true story, a clever solution and a tool that few carpenters carry on their belts.

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Claw Foot Bath Tub = Up Dated Bathroom

Claw Foot Bath Tub = Up Dated Bathroom

This remolded / updated bathroom started with the claw foot tub that my friend gave me. The claw foot tub was bigger than the old tub, so I had to redsign the bathroom (this is my house) in order to...

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Folding Trick Makes Sandpaper Last Longer

Folding Trick Makes Sandpaper Last Longer

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Learn an old carpenter's trick for getting a sheet of sandpaper to last. All it takes is two folds and a quick slice with a knife.

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An Efficient Way to Paint Doors

An Efficient Way to Paint Doors

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This simple setup uses a couple of sawhorses, some long screws, and a few pieces of plywood to make a spinner for supporting a door while it is painted.

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Bad 80s Kitchen Redone

Bad 80's Kitchen Redone

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This kitchen really needed some help.  I replaced the worn pergot flooring with oak, built two pantries on the empty wall with a wine rack, shelving, and cabinet in between, replaced...

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Old style mixed with ultra slick New

Old style mixed with ultra slick New

Cacique Construction (www.cmcdesignbuild.com) specializes in residential interior design and construction.  We have a strong commitment to excellence in craftmanship and service. 

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Livingroom makeover

Livingroom makeover

100 y/o old was remodelled 20+ years ago with lots of paneling that was "in" at the time, I guess.  Fireplace was just a cinderblock opening.  Woodwork was very very dark.  We stripped...

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Main Line Mess Made Nice

Main Line Mess Made Nice

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Too old and too ugly.  This kitchen was the most dramatic transformation I have seen.

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Wine Cellar and Tasting Room

Wine Cellar and Tasting Room

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This is Phase II of our basement project. We built the wine cellar and constructed the wine racks from a kit. We designed the cellar around a mahogany wine buffet we found at Costco for $500. We...

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1930 Circa Bungalow Remodel continued....

1930 Circa Bungalow Remodel continued....

This is a typical bungalow in one of our older parts of town; 2 bedroom, 1 bath @ 830 sq. ft. with basement and detached garage. We are still at finishes stage and will post more interior pictures...

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1930 Circa Bungalow Remodel continued....

1930 Circa Bungalow Remodel continued....

This is a typical bungalow in one of our older parts of town; 2 bedroom, 1 bath @ 830 sq. ft. with basement and detached garage. We are still at finishes stage and will post more interior pictures...

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Circa:1680 Colonial Farm House on Long Island, NY

Circa:1680 Colonial Farm House on Long Island, NY

I purchased an historic circa:1680 farm house in Cold Spring Harbor, LI, NY (50 minutes from Manhatten) that no one else would take on. It sat vacant for a very long while. It took me...

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