You’ve heard me speak of the tax credits available for homeowners who upgrade their insulation, but there are many other beneficial tax credits available. Continue reading to learn what home improvements could actually save you money, and when you have to have those renovations complete.
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In the third installment in my series, 19 Secrets to Top Home Remodeling, I will discuss two more secrets that can help you make your decision on which remodeler to choose. These two helpful hints will keep you from making a pressured, uninformed decision and be aware of builders who offer “today only” discounts and use high pressure sales tactics.
Throughout the fall season, it’s hard not to have the constant presence of fallen leaves to remind us of the weekend house work we have to do. Although a freshly swept yard comes with a since of accomplishment, your leaf clearing and home maintenance doesn’t end there. Every homeowner needs to remember the sometimes yucky task of cleaning out your gutters. Since it’s out of sight, it’s often out of mind; but read more to learn why that will lead to major damage.
When consulting with homeowners on master bathroom remodeling, I almost always get asked the same question. “We don’t ever use our tub, but are afraid to get rid of it for resale purposes. Do we need to keep it?” Read more to see what I have to say on the subject of the necessity of tubs in master bathrooms.
In the second installment in my series, 19 Secrets to Top Home Remodeling, I will reveal two more games that contractors like to play when trying to win your remodeling business – and also trying to scam you. Read more to learn to spot the signs of Working the Neighborhood and why you should be wary of contractors saying “We Can Start Next Week.”