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Houston’s weirdest home improvement requests: One comes straight from a …



 

Houston’s weirdest home improvement requests: One comes straight from a …

Houston’s weirdest home improvement requests: One comes straight from a …
News from CultureMap Houston:

Man caves, shark aquariums and hair removal, oh my!

Those three unrelated items actually are related in a peculiar way as the most requested quirky desires Houstonians have for home improvement projects.

The list . . . with more fun facts to know and share . . .  reveals the latest finds from Pro.com, a new online service that enables homeowners to type in any home improvement project they’re considering and get instant feedback on what it would cost. Pro.com then connects the homeowners professionals to get the job done.

 Perhaps Houston billionaire Tilman Fertitta started this trend with the shark tank at his casino hotel. 

Now man caves are completely logical, considering Texans (make that Houston Texans fans) are known to hunker down and celebrate every Sunday as a football extravaganza watching their favorite team. Shark aquariums? Why not? Perhaps Houston billionaire

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Home Depot Inc Earnings Blow the Roof Off the Home Improvement Industry
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For years, home-improvement retailer Home Depot (NYSE: HD  ) has kept climbing to unprecedented heights, taking advantage of the recovery in the housing sector and also leading its industry with innovative ways to bolster sales and improve profitability. Yet along the way, investors have worried that the stock has come too far too quickly, and coming into T…………… continues on Motley Fool

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