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Old 02-27-2018, 08:15 PM   #21
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I hope that you post a new picture with the improvements.
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The "Stone veneer" item kind of jumps out at me as I've never seen this kind of task listed in a "home improvement ROI" list before. Also, I know what stone veneer is, but in what context/application is "stone veneer" a high ROI improvement? Applying it to it a fireplace mantel? To an exterior hardscaping project? To the entire exterior of a house? The chart gives no clue. So I'd drop it from the list.
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I hope that you post a new picture with the improvements.
I've showed the artist all the areas where members in this thread thought that the infographic could use some work - any revisions will be posted to this thread for comparison!
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The "Stone veneer" item kind of jumps out at me as I've never seen this kind of task listed in a "home improvement ROI" list before. Also, I know what stone veneer is, but in what context/application is "stone veneer" a high ROI improvement? Applying it to it a fireplace mantel? To an exterior hardscaping project? To the entire exterior of a house? The chart gives no clue. So I'd drop it from the list.
True - stone veneering by itself is pretty obscure seeing as it has so many different applications (water table vs. walls vs. bathroom vs. etc.)

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