LakewoodAlive To Host “Knowing Your Home: Kitchen & Bathroom Remodeling” Workshop On June 22
Undertaking a kitchen or bathroom remodel can be both exciting and stressful, and we’re here to help along the way. If you’re ready to explore a makeover for either of these frequently used rooms within your home, then this is the workshop for you.
LakewoodAlive will host Knowing Your Home: Kitchen & Bathroom Remodeling on Saturday, June 22, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon at Cleveland Lumber Company (9410 Madison Avenue in Cleveland). The eighth workshop of 2019 for this popular home maintenance educational series will cover best practices for refurbishing these two essential components of your home.
Led by our friends at Cleveland Lumber, this presentation will highlight the construction process from start to finish, what to expect throughout your project and ways to be cost-effective with your approach. This workshop will take the guess work out of the process, helping you to achieve the results you want within your budget and your timeline.
Both kitchen and bathroom remodeling often represent the costliest and most complicated renovations that a homeowner can undertake. When remodeling a kitchen or bathroom, experts say to think function, efficiency, style and longevity, and to anticipate that your remodel last for about 20 years.
To reserve your free spot for “Knowing Your Home: Kitchen & Bathroom Remodeling,” visit LakewoodAlive.org/KnowingYourHome or call 216-521-0655.
Now in its sixth year, LakewoodAlive’s “Knowing Your Home” series draws hundreds of attendees annually. Our workshop series is generously supported by: Citizens Bank, City of Lakewood, Cleveland Lumber Company and First Federal Lakewood.
In lieu of charging for these events, we are asking participants to consider either making a donation to LakewoodAlive or bringing canned foods or other non-perishable items for donation to the Lakewood Community Services Center. We appreciate your support.
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