Tips for building an organized home
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"We are so
pleased with your book, “Don’t Forget the Linen Closet”, that we wanted
to share with you our experience with it.
Bill and Yvonne Dunbar
met Tracy DeCarlo in 2004 when I attended a seminar she conducted in Orlando,
Florida. Her seminar focused on the many items that should be addressed to
ensure a home's construction is done in a cost effective and thorough manner. By
attending Tracy's seminar, I learned how to keep a home construction project on
budget and on schedule. I also learned how to maximize a home's interior space
with respect to the layout of rooms, closets and all storage areas.
"Jack and I wanted to personally thank you for taking the time to write the great brochure "Don't Forget the Linen Closets". What a terrific informative book for those who are planning on remodeling or building a custom home. Anyone who takes the time to read this book will not only save thousands of dollars but will also avoid an incredible amount of stress and aggravation.
We know our clients will appreciate receiving this informative brochure. It will not only help them but our company as well as they will become educated helping them to make informative and timely decisions.
Great Job !"
Jonathan McGrath Construction
"As a designer I spend much time dealing with clients on details in the design of their house. "Don't Forget the Linen Closets" reduces that time by asking all the questions for me so they have a better understanding of what they want in a house design "
Residential Designer / Owner
Lauryssa Custom Designs
"Your booklet is well organized and full of important tips for those undertaking the rewarding challenge of having a custom home built. I think it should be recommended reading for all potential buyers of custom built homes. Many of the tips are also very applicable to production homes. Among my favorite tips are #22 - photographing the walls at frame stage, #10 - defining location of mechanical units prior to start, and #60 and #62 regarding holiday lighting outlets and switches. These tips are things that are frequently overlooked and can make a big difference in the enjoyment of the completed home and its future uses.
Best of luck with this venture - you are providing a needed service."
Interior Designer / Owner
Member of: Florida Green Building Coalition, Inc.
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