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January 9, 2013

Experience Countertops

Happy New Year everyone! Hammer & Nails would like to start 2013 off with an article about countertops written by our good friend Aaron Woods, sales […]
January 10, 2013

Designing your kitchen: The Hammer and Nails guide to a beautiful kitchen, Part 1

When I got through writing some of this article, I noticed that it was quite long, so I decided to split it up into a few […]
January 14, 2013

Designing your kitchen: The Hammer and Nails guide to a beautiful kitchen, Part 2 Welcome to Part 2 of our feature on kitchens. If you missed […]
January 23, 2013

Designing your kitchen: The Hammer and Nails guide to a beautiful kitchen – Part 3  If you missed parts 1 and 2 of our series, you […]
January 28, 2013

Designing your kitchen: The Hammer and Nails guide to a beautiful kitchen – Part 4  Welcome to Part 4 of our feature on kitchens. If you […]
February 19, 2013

Hammer & Nails thoughts on Age and Accessibility in Edmonton

Are you affected by old age? Something happened to me this last year that has started to tug at the corners of my mind and set […]
February 25, 2013

This week, Hammer & Nails is pleased to treat you with an article on kitchens from our friend, Cindy Donaldson, at Delton Cabinets. As we approach […]
March 9, 2013

Is your renovation project safe? We all know that construction sites can be a dangerous place to be, especially if that construction site happens to be […]
March 29, 2013

Renovations for the Allergy Sufferers Spring is officially here! Okay, for most people spring is an exciting time where, here in Edmonton, we start to see […]
April 13, 2013

Energy Efficiency is more than just dollars and cents While it’s true that renovations done to help improve the energy efficiency of your home will potentially […]
April 29, 2013

Keeping Seniors Safe in their Own Home

This week’s blog post come to us from Ulli Robson over at her blog site, ‘Safe With Ulli.’ 10 Tips for Helping Seniors Stay Safe in […]
May 9, 2013

Is your contractor a carpenter or a handyman?

Anybody can call themselves a contractor. In the city of Edmonton, there is no special requirement for operating as a general contractor other than applying for […]