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Kronotex laminate flooring consists of many product lines. Some of Kronotex's laminate flooring lines consist of the Yorkshire collection, the Ashebrooke collection, the Herrington collection, and many more.

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I would make my livi

I would make my living qurretas comfortable without spending lots of money. There are many ways to change what you don't like without hurting your pocketbook. Cover floors with stick-on tile or place area rugs that match your furniture and will cover unsightly worn areas. You can them pick them up and take them with you when you move. There are inventive and cheap ways to update your bath also. You will probably get some return on any changes you make. Was this answer helpful? by Audrey posted on Friday, October 02, 2015

if routine macnienan

if routine macnienante is still being done on the outside of building i would invest in my condo with up grades when it comes time to sell your place will stand out even if it is more money Was this answer helpful? by Sandra posted on Friday, October 02, 2015

You need to look at

You need to look at the resale value of units that relnetcy sold. You may not want to invest your cash if there's no hope of getting it back. Was this answer helpful? by Waqas posted on Friday, October 02, 2015

I actually just got

I actually just got ralely frustrated this morning trying to get ready for work and seeing crayons and clothes and toys everywhere. My daughter is too young to read, but I think I might make this with pictures to try to get her to clean up after herself better. Thanks for sharing! Visiting from Whimsically Homemade! by Meliton posted on Friday, October 02, 2015

Love them! My child'

Love them! My child's class is studying pets now. I have alderay printed 2 and they are ready to be laminated in the morning. Thanks for another great book. Love the flashcards at the end. Virginia by Marilyn posted on Saturday, October 03, 2015

This is awesome, and

This is awesome, and so cute! My dagthuer keeps asking me to make her a chore chart, and being the not-so-crafty person that I am....I never do it. But I'm definitely doing this!! by Bruno posted on Saturday, October 03, 2015

Bentley, I am intere

Bentley, I am interested to know your opoiinn on sliding glass doors as used for an Alaskan Bulkhead . They are admittedly very practical for a number of reasons; i.e. the engine access feature of the helm deck lifting on the B.C. 33, and I would imagine visibility would be great reason for using them on the Sabre 52, but , and I wonder if I'm alone in thinking that, they aren't very nautical looking. So, I find myself reading into your answer to Keith that, hopefully, the Sabre 40 Sedan will have a molded bulkhead and a door(?). An age old design challenge that goes back to French Doors looking better than sliding glass doors, but French doors eat about thirty- six square feet of floor space. Also, I suppose the idea that a sliding door cheapens the boat could be refuted by a quick look through any showboat magazine. I'll be interested to see how SDT does the Sabre 40 Sedan. by Abdo posted on Saturday, October 03, 2015

The Sabre 40 sedan w

The Sabre 40 sedan will have a sliding door in a pocekt. Best solution to a swing door issue although on the fly bridge version the boat will have a swing door that swings over to the fly bridge stairs. When considering doors dont just think about engine access, think about the interior joinery that sits in front of these doors. We are working to find a flip up window in the back of the house above the settee such as used by Mochi and Riviera in some of their express yachts.This are is still in development but we have some great ideas that are playing out now that tooling is just about completed. by Alona posted on Saturday, October 03, 2015

Bentley, the door sl

Bentley, the door sliding into a pokcet sounds good in terms of nautical joinery and I like the idea of a convertible solid window. Could it also receed into a pokcet as with the Grand Banks Eastbay? I like the solid Alaska Bulkhead for the Nothwest, however it's very nice to open up on the many good days,while still maintaining the optional security and warmth of a real bulkhead. I like very much that the SDT is thinking of ways to improve on the sliding glass door. by Gessika posted on Saturday, October 03, 2015

Bob, the sun roof su

Bob, the sun roof supplier is Webasto and they have been buinidlg automtive sunroofs for the likes of Mercedes Benz and VW for decade. Ultra reliable stuff.There is no space available in the interior of this boat for a washer drier unless you give up the 2nd cabin. Sole excpetion might be in the engine room but few folks want it down there. by Jemoula posted on Saturday, October 03, 2015

Keith the simple aew

Keith the simple aewnsr is that the 40 is a Sedan (solid aft bulkhead with door) and the 42 is an Express (Open to to the cockpit from the helm deck). Express boats have a companionway between the helm deck and all accommodations which are below. This boat (the 40) offers a sedan style and an openess from salon to lower level. Different boats for different folks by Riromia posted on Wednesday, December 23, 2015

David I too like the

David I too like the EB 45 dutch pantry widonw but that is a costly (and in our opinion) troublesome decision for the owner. If it fails when in the down position what do you do? I (we) like simplicity of thimngs that work and that we can have faith in working day in and day out. Gadgets are cool too but this one really concerns us by Armando posted on Wednesday, December 23, 2015

This vessel is the u

This vessel is the ultamite marriage of the Sabre and The Back Cove. When I saw the tumblehome it took my breath away, and I found myself quickly looking to see what shape the portlights were and if she was twin or single engine.Very nice design work SDT! by Duc posted on Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Yes, that is what I

Yes, that is what I was asking and I'm glad to hear this otopin will be offered. I am very exited to see the style and tooling details you describe. We can always expect more refinement and detail oriented quality with style from the Sabre Design Team. I'll stay tuned for more pictues. by Sarita posted on Wednesday, December 23, 2015

In search of

Looking for three boxes of Herrington burnished chocolate by kronotex. Hoping you can help me, please.
Thank you by John bentley posted on Tuesday, August 06, 2019
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