If you think about it, we spend more time in the master, hall and half baths in our homes than we probably realize. Because they get so much use, these rooms in your house run a higher risk of looking run down. However, with a careful eye trained on both design and function, you can transform your dulled bathroom into an artful masterpiece. Continue reading to help jump start your brainstorming sessions with a helpful list of some bathroom design tips and ideas for you to consider.
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Since the economy has gone south a few years back, homeowners have to worry more about shady contractors than ever before. As a remodeler, I know what to look for when avoiding these fraudulent contractors. Continue reading to learn two more “secrets” on how contractors cut costs and increase profits, so you can better protect yourself and your home.
As your family continues to grow, the need for more space becomes inevitable. If your current household setup is no longer able to accommodate your lifestyle, you have a couple of options: you can remodel your current home to make it more accommodating, or you can move to a different home that better suits your needs. But which move makes the most sense? Continue reading to learn the pros and cons of renovating or moving.
In the 11th segment in my 19 Secrets to Top Home Remodeling, you’ll read about two more remodeler no-no’s. One may affect the quality of your project, but the other might leave you with without finished project or a refund. Continue reading to learn how to spot the sneaky sub-contractor bait and switch, and avoid financially risky remodelers.
In the 10th segment in my 19 Secrets to Top Home Remodeling series, you’ll learn to spot two more sneaky remodeling practices often used by contractors. Continue reading to learn how to avoid getting left “holding the bag” either by a home full of inferior materials and finishes, or getting nickel and dimed for extra “fees.”