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From bathrooms to benches, V Teamers make home improvement look easy.
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We’ve been so impressed by the number of home projects you’ve been submitting, we may have to build a second mailbox just to hold them all. Here is just a sample:
Brian Borchik from our Logistical Services team in Liverpool, NY, is bringing a fresh look to his 180-year-old home with custom stainless steel countertops on top of hickory cabinets.
If Margaret Black, a Learning and Development Manager from Leesburg, VA, can’t go to the gym, she’ll bring the gym to her. She redid her basement fitness set-up.
Glenn Collucci, a Marketing Manager from Basking Ridge, NJ, remodeled his bathroom from top to bottom, which included painting the walls and installing a new floor, lights, toilet, vanity and mirror. Very impressive!
Donald Schnelli, a Project Manager in Basking Ridge, NJ, is cooking up a total kitchen overhaul. Just a few more things to wrap up and he’ll be on his way to his first Michelin star!
And keeping it in the kitchen, Matthew Tinkham, a Solutions Manager in Epping, NH, built this cookbook stand for a favorite culinary companion -- his wife. Looks like Matthew has a few extra talents up his sleeve besides playing sous chef.
Ryan Thomas Estep, a Solutions Manager from Lexington, SC, used some scrap wood to build a bench. Or is it a coffee table? The jury’s out but it looks grand.
Scott Riley, a Business Operations Manager in New York, NY, and his son, Jake, built a skate box where Jake enjoys jumping up and “grinding against the rails.”
Randall Pope, a Project Manager from White Plains, NY, inherited his father's office desk after his dad passed away in 2008. With a little finish, some time and a lot of love, he’s given his desk new life. We’re sure that Dad would be proud.
We love hearing about your home improvement DIY projects - keep sending them to the Good mailbox at Good@verizon.com.