Northern VA Contractor Moss Building And Design Featured On The TODAY Show
In addition to the cost of insurance, White said that the utilities cost more than the normal base income which comes from fees collected on court cases. White also noted that a long range goal is to add insulation, rewire and add climate control to the carriage house behind the Watson House. The carriage house contains the collection of wagons, buggies and similar vehicles left to the museum by Erskine Harriman of Mist. White characterized the collection as “the largest collection of horse drawn vehicles in Arkansas and in the South.” Those carriages are deteriorating because of the lack of climate control, White said. He said that he would like to come to the county as part of a long range project, possibly for when the house is 100 years old. Asked if any grants are available, White said that the museum qualified for a $2,500 grant for office supplies and equipment last year.
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New cabinets, countertops, backsplash, kitchen appliances and lighting were installed as well as 3 auto open cabinets. After 8 straight days with 12+ hours of work each day, the renovation was complete and ready to be revealed. On April 24th, MOSS and Lowes representatives were there to welcome Hoda and her mom, Sami in the newly-remodeled kitchen. The NBC filming crew recorded Samis reaction for the Mothers Day segment that aired on the TODAY Show. MOSS was so happy to deliver this new kitchen to both Sami and Hoda especially because of the special meaning it holds for the both of them. “That place is such the center,” Hoda said about the kitchen.
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Elon Musk has done a similar thing in Los Angeles. In November 2013, he paid $6.75 million for a teardown across the street from his $17 million Bel-Air mansion. Still, it’s not as if Mayer and Musk are negotiating these kinds of deals themselves.
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