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"We hired Rick Manning and his company to take over a remodeling project after we broke-up with another remodeling company mid-way through the project. Basically, Rick had to come in and figure out from a picture and other people\\\'s rough estimates exactly what we wanted. It was a disadvantage for him and his crew but they executed and completed the job perfectly.
The employees were all great at their craft, trained in all aspects of remodeling (so you don\\\'t have to wait for the tile guy to show up because the tile guy is also the electrician, and so forth), polite, friendly and ridiculously clean. They clean up after each day of work so we never had a night of dust or equipment lying around waiting for the workers the next day. Example: The guy who cut the tile in our garage and driveway vacuumed and then mopped our entire garage floor! How great is that? They always arrived on time, kept us informed on who was coming and what they were doing, and what was going to happen next.
As with all remodeling projects there were some challenges the crew faced, specifically with our new fireplace install, but no one ever complained. They solved the problem without hesitation. Again, these guys came into this job and had to deal with vendors they dont normally work with so I give them high praise for making it easy on us. There were a couple of design decisions we had to make of which we were clueless on the direction we needed to go and Rick and his guys offered their opinions. This was much appreciated and spot-on.
I know this review is heavy on the praise and I sound like I\\\'m gushing but we have done A LOT of remodeling over the years with several companies and honestly, our experience with Manning Remodeling and Construction is far and away the best.
Rick\\\'s project manager Tim, before he closed out our project, asked if everything was perfect. I said nothing is ever perfect but it looks darn close to perfect to me. Well, I\\\'ve lived with the results for a couple of days now and I can\\\'t find a thing wrong. The tile lines are perfectly lined up, the paint is perfectly applied, etc. So, I have to say they did a perfect job!"

Taryn in Plano - Jun 2014

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Manning Remodeling and Construction, Floor Laying, Refinishing & Resurfacing, Plano, TX

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Is Your Kitchen Ready for the Holidays?

Cooking for a crowd is a challenge no matter what conditions you’re cooking in. That challenge is amplified if you have appliances that don’t work properly and a layout that’s cramped, poorly laid out, and disorganized. Thankfully, there are a few things you can do to cure your cramped kitchen woes.

Double Oven

1. Upgrade Your Appliances
A properly laid out work area allows a cook to work more efficiently in the kitchen.  Sometimes you just don’t have a lot of space.  You can work around a lack of space by getting the right appliances. Double ovens are a great if you cook for many people. When you need more cabinet space, a stovetop will be an option you may want to consider. Cooking for a big group means cleaning up for a big group.  If you have the space, a second dishwasher would be ideal. If that’s not an option, you could go with an energy efficient, large capacity model.

stovetop faucet2. Check Your Plumbing
If you could have two sinks, wouldn’t that be great?! A kitchen with an island might be a great place for a prep sink.  A pot filler faucet behind your stove could be an alternative if a prep sink isn’t doable.  The faucet is a great way to improve your kitchen’s flow without spending an arm and a leg.

Make sure your garbage disposal is functioning properly.  If it isn’t sounding too good, call a plumber to take a look before you have a house full.

pull out shelving

3. Maximize Your Storage
Upgrade your cabinets to make the most use of the space. Retractable trashcans, lazy Susans, pullout shelving, and drawer and cabinet dividers all make smart additions to your existing cabinets. If you’ve got the budget to install new cabinets, a great way to boost your storage options is to go with base cabinets with drawers rather than doors and to extend your upper cabinets to the ceiling.

Circle-logo_June-284. Remodel Your Space
Imaginations run wild when thinking of a kitchen remodel.  If you’re ready to start the process, call Manning Remodeling and Construction at (214) 316-1949. Whether you want to open things up for entertaining or add more room to accommodate multiple cooks in the kitchen, a remodel is the way to go if you want to create the ultimate cooking and entertaining environment.



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