Most people have a mental list of “if money weren’t an issue” renovations they would tackle throughout their homes. However, just because most of us aren’t winning the lottery any time soon doesn’t mean we can’t do any improvements to make our homes more customized for our living. Continue reading to discover how small projects on small budgets will make a huge impact that will make your house feel more your home.
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If your family needs more space, but is unable or unwilling to move, you may find that finishing your basement will solve both problems. There are other options to building up instead of moving out, but continue reading to see why basement remodels are your best choice.
During the process of choosing a remodeler to tackle a renovation project, whether large or small, most homeowners base their decision on the remodeler’s past projects, recommendations of friends and family, and price. In my last installment of 19 Secrets to Top Home Remodeling, I will discuss two items that are usually an afterthought in the decision-making process, but that can make or break your project in the long run: warranty offerings and exposure to liens. Continue reading to learn ways to make sure you are still happy with your renovation two years down the road.
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.
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.