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5 Things Your Contractor Can Do For Free

Interior designer Michelle Dumlao-Pastoral reveals five things your contractor can do in and around your home

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Photography: Jun Pinzon

Are you thinking about designing, constructing or renovating your dream home? You may want to consider hiring a design professional for the project! An experienced and reliable contractor can actually help you make the right decisions, cut on costs, and even make an even better space than what you expected. 

Apart from the basic designing, constructing, renovating or decorating tasks, there are also other things that your contractor may be able to do for you for free. You should simply ask nicely and be extra nice to your contractor and his team. 

Ready for your own makeover? Contact interior designer Michelle Dumlao-Pastoral at (02) 209 8730 or (02) 342 4939. You can also email her at mdpastoral[at]gmail.com.

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