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Welcome to Olger Fallas Painting, the restoration and improvement professionals of Maplewood, New Jersey in Essex County.

With over 10 years of experience in interior residential painting, exterior residential painting and commercial industrial painting; we are committed to providing you with the highest quality service at the most affordable price. Contact us today for a free painting estimate. Our motto is: “We don’t cut corners, we paint them!” Visit Our Google+ Page.

27 Mar Posted by in

Top 5 DIY Home Improvement Ideas Inspired By The Most Iconic Kitchens Of All Time

So you are feeling bored with your drab, outdated kitchen huh? Who wouldn’t be in the mood to do some updating when every magazine page you turn, and channel you flip has you drooling over the most luxurious and stylish kitchens of celebrities and socialites. There is no need to feel as though showcasing this […]

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27 Mar Posted by in

Renting Vs Buying – Which One Offers More For Your Money?

I think we will be happy to rent for a few more years, until we can find a property that’s enough of a bargain to go for, or until our financial situation changes and we have the extra cash to pay for the investment that would be buying a decent sized house. As it is at the moment, there’s not enough money free each month to bother to look at buying.

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20 Mar Posted by in

Best & Worst Ways To Cut Costs On A Construction Job

First, you most likely will get undivided attention, since the construction workers will likely not have other projects going at the same time.

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13 Mar Posted by in

Where Should You Learn How To Use Power Tools?

Power tools are effective yet dangerous implements. One wrong move can mean slicing a finger off or causing a severe graze. Nobody who doesn't know what they’re doing should go anywhere near a power tool of any kind. Education is the key.

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31 Jan Posted by in

How a New Jersey Property Management Company Helps with Commercial Energy Conservation

A New Jersey property management company can help you conserve energy in the common areas of your condominiums.

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26 Jan Posted by in

5 Great Ideas For Organizing Craft Materials (PHOTOS)

Did you make a New Year’s resolution to organize your craft materials? You’re not alone! January is the perfect time to organize all your craft supplies — and keep them that way throughout the year! Start with something simple, like these file-racks-turned-supply-storage from Pretty Prudent. Can you believe all these supplies were once stored in […]

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26 Jan Posted by in

8 Cool DIY Kitchen Backsplashes

A kitchen backsplash is a thing that every kitchen has but how can you easily design it? There are lots of ways! If you are looking for a rustic kitchen backsplash, make it of wood – of natural wood or just old pallets, that’s cheap and looks great. Wine corks can also comprise a fantastic […]

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26 Jan Posted by in

It’s Not Every Day That You See A Luxury Home With A Giant ‘Cheers’ Mural (PHOTOS)

We think it’s great to wear your heart on your sleeve! Or your walls. The owner of this luxury loft in downtown Indianapolis is clearly devoted to the TV show “Cheers.” Devoted enough, anyway, to paint a spectacularly large mural of Sam Malone, Carla Tortelli, Cliff Clavin and Norm Peterson across the billiards room. (The […]

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26 Jan Posted by in

Artists Create Mesmerizing Miniature Worlds, All Within The Confines Of A Fish Tank

Welcome to the world of aquascaping, an intricate “outsider” craft that involves arranging rocks, stones, wood and — yes — aquatic plants in wild, underwater designs. If you weren’t aware of the fish-tank-bound art practice, we’re happy to introduce you to its submerged wonders. Whisper of the Pines The following images come to us courtesy […]

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26 Jan Posted by in

Save Energy AND Money This Winter With These 7 Home Improvements

From DealNews’ Lou Carlozo: Energy savings is certainly on a lot of people’s minds as winter 2014 has kicked off in fearsome fashion across the United States. Yet savings know no season, and are sometimes affected by a timeline of when energy investments will have paid for themselves. Unfortunately most products don’t come with this […]

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25 Jan Posted by in

How To Get Your Best Night’s Sleep (In The Chicest Room Possible)

A serene bedroom doesn’t just look soothing; it sets the tone for relaxed evenings, a better night’s sleep, and an energized morning. Consider these tips from top interior designers to transform yours. For the full story, visit our friends at ELLE Decor. Original post here Home on Huffingtonpost

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25 Jan Posted by in

Here Are Some Spectacular Beach Homes To Fantasize About During This Seriously Cold Winter

We don’t know about your hearths, but the recent sub-zero temperatures have left our homes and our hearts a bit cold to the touch. The best antidote to all that snow and ice? How about a private stretch of white sand beach? Or a perfectly turquoise infinity pool? These jaw-dropping properties are all located steps […]

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25 Jan Posted by in

The 8 Best Neutral Paint Colors That’ll Work In Any Home, No Matter The Style (PHOTOS)

If you’re the type who wants their walls to be a backdrop rather than a focal point, then you definitely want to go with neutrals. But all those beige, gray, brown and white swatches have a tendency to blend together. You could strain your eyesight trying to tell the difference between “Creamy Beige” and “Beige […]

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25 Jan Posted by in

Wyoming May Update Well Setback Rule, Increase Distance Between Homes And Oil And Gas Drilling

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — State officials said they might consider increasing the current 350-foot minimum distance that oil and gas wells must be located away from homes as a way to avoid problems as drilling creeps closer to residential areas in eastern Wyoming. The issue is a priority for the Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation […]

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25 Jan Posted by in

William McDonough Explains How Sitting In Garbage Cans Can Improve The Earth

During a Saturday interview with HuffPost Live at Davos, William McDonough explained his unusual approach to viewing waste. “I like to sit in garbage cans, metaphorically,” McDonough said. McDonough explained how toxins in packaging — like in the ink on a cereal box — can hurt soil, so he’s working to come up with a […]

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