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Buyer Beware or Bad Rap: Should You Avoid Builder Grade?

If you google "builder grade," you'll see a ton of posts celebrating basic rooms getting a major upgrade—or getting the boot entirely. The builder grade materials in questions will inevitably be described as "sad," "generic," "cheap," "boring," and, in some cases, "orange-y." But are builder grade materials all bad? What even are they? Let's explore... READ MORE »
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