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Learn how to construct and install a built-in pantry cabinet with pull-out storage sections
by Ron Hazelton on July 19, 2016 in New Product Spotlight
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Where did the workbench come from???It's wider than normal.I did notice you never ever say the amount of time and effort.I would be wrong,not to ask.How many days did it take?
With my wife it's best to just get out of her way.
Great laundry room set up, thanks Ron.
Would love to view your video, however, it would not load up. Problem is on your end. Hopefully I'll be able to view tomorrow.
Ron, another fine, super job!! I'm a disabled veteran 100% stuck In a pity popperchair. I can do most of your projects, but you got to add a full day for me. I really don't care Ron, It's better than taking a pain pill ! Could the laundry room work for a wheel chair level? Keep up the good work, RON you have a large group of disabled Vets just waiting for your weekly specials and I don't mean soaps. I'm sure Mom's happy with everything! I read your face and We all had to laugh!!!Take care my friend! Mike O'Brien <mukwonago wi.="" 53149="">
We could really use a set up like this but I am not sure the wife could handle all that work making it.
Good job. Gives me ideas.
Dream room!! You are hired----
Front loaders are difficult for a older person or someone not able to bend down . Top loaders are much easierfor human energy effeciency. Thank you for your website. Blessings,MA
Ron, I have installed tile in my laundry room and painted it. Now I want to go back and install some of the items you showed on this video. I would like to install the following: a recessed water hook-up, new cabinets, a fold-out shelf for folding clothes, a recessed ironing board, and a pull-out hangar. Thanks for all the good ideas.
Wish I had such a nice laundry room! One suggestion: very sharp corners on the folding table - I would be bumping into the one by the machines. Round it off? Add a "bumper"? Kids could get hurt too.
I'm deleting this e-mail before the little woman has a chance to see it!
Ha ha, you caught that too eh Bro?
To each his own.
How did it turn out?
Nice job Ron look great. Where did you get the ironing board?
very nice Ron your Jobs are always so nice and clean where everything fits like a glove..Love watching your videos.
Ron, you are always so timely! We have a small laundry room, are on a tight budget, and still managed to make great improvements (just this past weekend!) including adding in a wall ironing board (purchased from a home salvage for $40) and making a drop down drying rack (Home Depot project; $25). Tile and paint ran us less than $75, and the cabinet/ counter top are next. I just need a great discount place for those, and we're set! Thanks for your continued inspiration!
Ron, what are the locking brackets called for the folding table and where can I get them.
No way, in our cold winter climate, would one opt for moving the plumbing to an outside wall!I would have gotten stacking front loaders, and used the original plumbing. Then worked cabinets and table space next to them.
Good job Ron. Wished you lived in Tennessee near me.
Love your look at the end. You old devil.
love it. I'll keep those in mind for when we buy our next place (renting at the moment).
I would like to know the size of the laundry room.
Nice show Ron. You took a dreary room and made it more workable.
We use the kitchen for the washing & drying but we wish we had more room fro a wash room.Thanks Ron for the info.
My daughter has a front load washer. Ron's right - they take up a lot of space - are much larger front to back than a top loader.
Always amazes me that modern laundry rooms don't have a stationary tub or some type of sink. Where do people pre- soak small items or hand wash that very delicate item?