The homeowners recently purchased a 1950’s ranch home with 3 beds 2 baths 1,284 sq ft. in Santa Clara. They wanted to add a Master Suite so they can have 2 master suites available as an additional master suite when their in-laws visit.
Dump Fees? Moldy and rotted out roots. Concrete blocks and brick.
Peter and Michael talk about dump fees and what you can dump versus reuse and recycle.
El Nino may be mostly over until is shows up again. Peter and Michael discuss the rain challenges in the Bay Area. The reason is so simple everyone over looks these reasons.
Michael and Cindy discuss how homeowners hire architects or interior designers who looking out for themselves and not the client, you the homeowner. Watch so your project doesn’t get hijacked by the architect or designer you hire.
What do the French have to do with this? Watch to see how to prevent flooding at your property. Peter and Michael discuss exactly how it works.
In California, when El Nino comes flooding can happen on your property. How do you prevent it and capture the water? Michael and Peter discuss the basics of drainage.
Michael and Peter talk about the risk associated with hiring day laborers. What are day laborers? They are the guys standing around at your favorite hardware store(Home Depot and Lowes) parking lot. Most people think, I am getting a great deal when they go this route. Consider these issue before you hire these guys.
What is licensed, bonded and insured? Congrats you hired a real company with a smart person in charge who knows how to run a business.
Peter and Michael discuss how to get an estimate from a Landscaping Contractor. Peter discusses how the square footage affects your estimate.
Peter Pazmany of Pazmany’s Brothers Landscaping
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About Pazmany Bros:
Our long lasting relationships and experiences developed over the last 3 decades have allowed our company to provide exceptional service at prices you will find very competitive, and above all- reasonable. We are with you every step of the way, whether it is a complete backyard renovation, the addition of a small planter bed, or weekly yard maintenance. At the end of the day, we’re not happy unless you are happy.