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Old 03-18-2013, 01:56 PM   #1
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New Kitchen And Bath Designer Out Of Ocean City, MD Saying Hi!


Greetings All!

Been a lurker on this forum for years and decided to join today. My name is Andy and I work with KitchenScapes LLC out on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, serving the coastal towns of Maryland, Delaware, and Virgina. I'd like to say that I am a young and refreshing addition to the company and I am trying my best to bring in more technology to an industry full of "old ways".

This website is full of great information and insight in contracting.
I have designed and built a website and would love to know what some you guys think of it.

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Old 03-18-2013, 03:36 PM   #2
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WELCOME! The web site looks nice- what other manufacturers besides Bertch do you carry?

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WELCOME! The web site looks nice- what other manufacturers besides Bertch do you carry?
Currently Bertch is our only cabinetry company. We also carry Artisan stone and Wilsonart laminates. We however do not any represent appliance or flooring company. Thanks!
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Good looking site and welcome to the forum.

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I did the same thing once you did on Mrs. Graces shower floor. Used the color tone 12x12 sheet. Couldnt tell until you stood back..
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I did the same thing once you did on Mrs. Graces shower floor. Used the color tone 12x12 sheet. Couldnt tell until you stood back..
Her shower turned out great in my opinion, I love the sloped floor. Now that she is using a walker nearly 100% of the time, having no threshold really helps out as well.
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Looks like three sheets were lighter color. I have done it. Your stuff looks great looking forward to your contribution to the community!
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