Photo by PoPville flickr user Wayan Vota
Moving into a new house with a CARPETED basement. We don’t like the look or feel, and it doesn’t seem to be the right choice for a basement, dry as it may seem.
If we want something with a cool hardwood or stone look that’s moisture resistant and durable, what should we do? Thinking about vinyl block – seems like some of it looks pretty good.
Also, any good local contractors or sources for materials or other resources anyone could recommend? Anything to avoid at all costs? Appreciate the help (even though the dogs won’t have a chance to participate in one of their favorite sports – sneak peeing on carpeting)!”
1200 19th Street, NW Back in March we learned that Chang Chang was coming to former Mai Thai space on 19th Street, NW. “Chef Peter Chang and his daughter Lydia…
2300 Wisconsin Ave, NW. Art by Jarrett Ferrier Thanks to Jarrett for sharing this nice addition to the side of Point Chaud in Glover Park. Before:
Ed. Note: Back in October of 2021 we learned that a CVS was coming to the 1700 block of Florida Ave, NW (also previously home to Red White and Basil.)…
photo by Elliot Mitchell From MPD: “Today (Thursday), at around 12:00pm, we were made aware of what appears to be a card skimmer attached to a card reader at a…