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This week’s blog is going to focus on the latest finish to market…satin bronze. And you thought that bronze was a thing of the past? It’s BACK!
As the styles for homes shift from earth tones into the cooler whites and grays, this new satin bronze finish is a sure fire way to warm things up, … Read More ›
Our next couple of months are going to be spent telling you about the hottest new products just out for kitchens and bathrooms. Our expert vendors will help us make sure that the correct product information is brought to you, our valued readers!
This week’s Crawford Blog is all about the Universal Roller Mat. This product is made by … Read More ›
“This lemonade tastes funny.” After a bit of research, we realized that the lemonade was made using water from the tap! Whoever says there’s no difference between filtered and unfiltered water has not experienced fresh lemonade made from filtered water!
What exactly is the difference between filtered and unfiltered water?
These three basic things could be removed from your tap water:
Bacteria … Read More ›
You’ve spent more time with your kitchen designer than your children lately! Ok, that’s probably an exaggeration, but it sure feels that way. You’ve obsessed about every inch of your new kitchen, now make sure to light up those details and brighten your world! Our designers can easily add more quality to your kitchen cabinets withRead More ›
Crawford Supply’s own Alese Campbell, Corporate Showroom Manager, was recently featured in a blog article asking for her expert advice regarding tub fillers. This blog contains valuable tub filler information. Don’t miss it! Read now!
Thanks, Beth, for including us in your fabulous blog!
May is National Home Improvement Month!
What can a homeowner do to prepare for a remodel?
NARI provides a top 10 list of steps homeowners should take before breaking ground on their next remodel.