A. Kitchens are as unique as the people who use them. From cabinets to countertops, the finished product is as good as the team that conceives and creates them. Builders First Source is the nation’s largest supplier of building materials. We are the largest distributor of kitchen cabinets to professional builders in the Hudson Valley. Builders First Source supplies cabinetry, countertops, and more to builders and remodelers. We have an experienced staff, offering better products and better pricing with the highest level of customer satisfaction in the industry.
Builders First Source
87 Wisner Ave
Middletown and other locations
A. Make your pool part of your landscape, including connecting seamlessly with your outdoor kitchen. Take the colors of your garden and make them pop as part of the pool’s border tiles, for example. Also, be sure to have the shape fit into your landscape rather than protrude from it. Keep the look natural with stone steps or a fountain. NeJame’s experts can help you find the look that matches your personality.
NeJame Pool Specialists, Inc.
A. If you’re looking for a quick refresh, nothing beats a new coat of paint. The peaceful, blue-green hue of Aegean Teal featured is Benjamin Moore’s 2021 color of the year. “While beautiful, venturing into bold, saturated colors like Aegean Teal can be an intimidating step,” says Kim Williams, Vice President of Retail Operations at Williams Lumber & Home Centers. As an authorized retailer of Benjamin Moore, Williams paint associates are trained to assist customers on how to seamlessly incorporate bold paint color into their homes. “To stay close to home this season, I recommend downloading the Benjamin Moore’s Color Portfolio app. There you can test and select paint color, order online, and pick up at our closest location.”
Williams Lumber & Home Centers
6760 Rte 9
With locations in Rhinebeck, Hudson, Hopewell Junction, Tannersville, Red Hook, Pleasant Valley, High Falls
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