Home Fixtures and Other Products Farmingville NY

As a home owner in Farmingville, you must be very interested in the products listed in the following article. So please feel free to read on for more information.

Local Companies

Legacy Builders and Remodelers
1363-8 Lincoln Ave
Holbrook, NY
Parkview Landscaping Limited
95 Hewlett Avenue
East Patchogue, NY
Estate Landscaping
91 Bayard
Lake Grove, NY
Ely Rich K Tree Service Inc
Po Box 439
Moriches, NY
Stang Landscaping Corporation
204 North Main Street
Sayville, NY
Kuhn Construction, Inc
417 Main St
Islip, NY
Victorian Gardens Inc
353 Veterans Memorial Hw
Commack, NY
Tiana Shores Landscaping
144 West Tiana Road
Hampton Bays, NY
Bobcat Of Long Island
24 Industrial Boulevard Scouting Building
Medford, NY
Koran Landscape Svc Inc
75 Burt Av
Northport, NY
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Source: CUSTOM HOME Magazine
Publication date: April 1, 2007


Shower Space

With one-, two-, or three-panel glass surrounds and sides made of Lucite, the model 7242 shower base and enclosure features a low-profile design, center drain, and optional teak floor tray. MTI Whirlpools. 800.783.8827. www.mtiwhirlpools.com.

Turkish Delight

Designed by Ross Lovegrove, the Istanbul collection's bath fixtures include bathtubs, sinks, toilets and urinals, showerheads and mixers, faucets, cabinets, tiles, and accessories. VitrA. 770.904.6830. www.vitra-istanbulcollection.com.

Artful Experience

The Willie I urinal features a tropical design. Three additional designs will soon round out the series. Purple Sage Collections. 866.357. 4657. www.purplesagecollections.com.

Deep Soak

The square Macao tub measures 60 inches by 60 inches by 20 inches deep. An overflow system allows the bath to be filled with water up to 1 inch from the edge. Neptune. 450.773.7058. www.neptuneb.com.

Double Take
Two pivoting sprayheads on the Double Head showerhead operate independently. It is available in brushed nickel, chrome, and polished brass. Danze. 877.530.3344. www.danze.com.

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