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Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Our Selections


Verona Elevation C, Crawl Foundation

Full Brick Veneer Front (Grand Carmel brick, Pebble Clay siding)

Service Door Garage

Morning Room, Double Patio Door

Kitchen Island, Peninsula, Granite Counter Tops

Tile BackSplash

Wyoming Square Cherry Bordeaux, Waste Basket/Tilt Tray

Under Cabinet Lighting, Recessed Lights Package, Pendant Light Pre-wire

Stone Fire Place with two recessed lights

Living Room w/ french doors, first Floor bed room w/full bath

Hardwoods on the entire first floor including stairs, stairs with metal balusters

Crown Molding Package + crown molding in master bed room

Interior Door Finish Bronze

Double bowl vanities in master an second bath, granite tops

Owner Bathroom Type E

Bonus Room with 4 recessed lights

Deck 12*14

Laundry Tub

Faucet Fixture Kitchen and Bathrooms  Upgrade

7 Ceiling Fans Rough-ins, 1 Light Rough-in


7 comments:

  1. Great options! I didnt even know they did the tilt trays. Congratulations. Cant wait to watch your progress. Welcome to the Verona family!

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    1. I think I saw on another blog that they are very easy to put in. (Dream: just a suggestion, I don't know how expensive it is, but I remember another blogger saying it was a very basic installation and conversion once they were in the house)

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    2. I think the cost is around 250

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    4. Yes, you can go to either Lowes, Home Depot or Revashelf.com for the kit for much, much less.

      It was my choice to use our money towards structural things that are difficult to include after the build. We have an abundance of lightening and additional outlets through the house. I believe it was at least 68 electrical wiring options and I still need two more. :-)
      I included the tilt trays on my hunny-to-do list.

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  2. I like all the recessed lighting you got!

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