Sandy Griffis is the Executive Director of Yavapai County Contractors Association. For more information visit: https://ycca.org
Hi my lovely readers. Hope you all are happy, healthy and enjoying the sunshine.
Indeed, I do love my readers. I just want you to all know how I enjoy and appreciate hearing from you via phone calls, emails and lovely notes.
Never in a million years, not at any point and under absolutely no circumstances whatsoever did I think that my self-cleaning oven button column would have created so many responses and comments.
As a follow-up to my article and experience with the self-cleaning button on my oven, I received two emails and a phone call from self-cleaning oven users.
The one phone call that never stops is “I have a foundation issue.” “My home is settling.” “I have cracks along my ceiling and walls.” “My doors won’t close.”
I did it! First time ever! A self-cleaning oven in all of my years has never been an integral part of my culinary lifestyle, but then again, I never had a self-cleaning oven until 15 years ago, and this past weekend was the first time I pressed the self-clean button.
Oh boy, oh boy, oh boy! I am sure many of you are already aware of this, but the housing market is undergoing a major facelift.
Readers of our column know me all too well, and that it is my belief that there is much to love about the construction industry.
As they say, window condensation can be a real pain in the glass!
You have decided to remodel the shower and bathroom in the master bedroom of your recently purchased 12-year-old home.