East Texas Builders Association Home & Design returns to Longview | Local News

After being snowed out by Winter Storm Uri in 2021, the 19th annual East Texas Builders Association Home & Design in Longview is back with a variety of vendors.

Despite this being his first time at the home show, Flood Out Restoration Marketing Manager Moser said Saturday that attendance at Maude Cobb Convention and Activity Center had been tremendous. The event continues Sunday.

“We’ve went around and talked with a lot of the businesses that are displaying here and made personal connections …We have some really fine products and some talented artists here,” Moser said.

Moser said Flood Out Restoration is considered the company that “you never really wanna call, but you actually are glad we’re here.”

The Longview company offers services from flood, fire, smoke and mold remediation to disaster clean-up and residential and commercial clean-up and reconstruction.

Infrared cameras, moisture meters and dehumidifiers were just a few of

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The Home Design and Remodeling Show Returns to Broward County | News

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Jan. 25, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — The Home Design and Remodeling Show will be kicking off 2022 at the Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center from February 4th-6th amid November reports of Broward County’s average home sale price of $485,000, according to the Broward, Palm Beaches & St. Lucie Realtors®. That’s a 14.1% increase in median sale price year-over-year.

The red-hot housing market in Broward County isn’t showing any signs of slowing down from the holiday season and as we enter into 2022. Houses are being scooped up almost as quickly as they are listed and homeowners are seeing an increasingly great return on investment. As snowbirds and northerners continue to make the move to Florida, the Home Design and Remodeling Show is the perfect one-stop marketplace for homeowners to meet hundreds of experts, become inspired, shop, and get quotes.

Leading the

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Home on Tucson’s west side receives historic designation | Business News





Viewpoint is on the eastern edge of the Tucson Mountains on North Sunrock Lane. It is an important example of the work of architect Judith Chafee and an example of Tucson’s Modern architectural movement.




The first Southern Arizona home designed by noted architect Judith Chafee has received historic designation by Pima County.

Known as Viewpoint, the home is near Camino de Oeste and Ironwood Hill Drive, on the edge of the Tucson Mountains.

It was designed in 1972 and built in 1974 for Chafee’s mother, Christina Johnson, and her husband, Earl J. Johnson.

Architect Judith Davidson Chafee in 1989.

The modernist design of the home has been featured in the Los Angeles Times’ Home magazine, House & Garden Building Guide and Architectural Record, among other publications.

“This is an important recognition of Judith Chafee’s design work in Southern Arizona,” said Demion Clinco, executive director

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Historical homes you can own in the Waterloo and Cedar Falls area | Local News

Old-world charm meets high-end remodeled finishes! This highly renovated, beautiful two-story home, situated across from Irv Warren Golf Course, has no surface untouched! Offering five bedrooms with a great master suite, four bathrooms, a freshly updated kitchen, and tons of living space. Step inside to see the timeless beauty of this home with its amazing grand foyer that opens to the beautiful sunroom with french doors making the perfect space for entertaining. The kitchen will blow you away with its stunning granite countertops, updated cabinetry, double ovens, a paneled professional-grade refrigerator, breakfast nook, and a fantastic center cooking island. The kitchen opens wide to a great family room with a fireplace. Also off the kitchen, you have easy access to the formal dining room that boasts plenty of light and an elegant feel with its design. This main floor also includes a half bathroom, laundry room, and an amazing formal

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