Apart from the kitchen, your bathroom is the most visited place in your home. However, most homeowners tend to overlook remodeling their bathrooms and view it as an extra expense. The good news is that renovating your bathroom does not have to be a major project. You can repaint, change the lighting, install new shower heads and faucets, or change the flooring.
Regardless of your budget, you can rejuvenate your bathroom space in no time and enjoy the space all over again. If you’re considering remodeling your bathroom, here are 5 benefits to motivate you. Continue reading →
There may come a time when a friend, relative or family member becomes disabled, and you’re suddenly faced with the fact that your home and especially your bathrooms are not handicapped friendly. Of course, you can do a complete bathroom remodel, making it wide open and easily accessible. But that won’t work for the majority of homeowners, and you’ll need to think of practical yet cost effective measures to make a bathroom handicap accessible. Continue reading →
When it comes to remodeling your home, bathroom remodeling tends to provide the biggest ROI (return on investment). It’s not too difficult to understand why bathroom remodeling trumps other projects either. When buyers are looking at homes, they often take the bathrooms into special account for several reasons.
Whether you have a small space or you are lucky enough to have a larger space, making sure your bathroom is functional is important when remodeling. Whether you dash in and out of your bathroom, or spend a lot of time in it, a room that flows easily and meets a homeowner’s needs, is a space that will stand the test of time.
One of the major reasons we need to remodel bathrooms is mold and mildew damage. Removing the mold and mildew is the easy part … but keeping it at bay can be challenging. One of the best ways we’ve found to remove the moisture and keep mold and mildew away is the Panasonic Whisper Green Select bathroom fan.
Bathrooms are usually small and poorly ventilated, maybe with a small window that doesn’t properly ventilate the room. There is a tendency for moisture to build up, condense and cause all sorts of moisture related issues. A bathroom fan is the perfect solution for removing moisture and condensation. Continue reading →
As always, Master’s Craft wants to be a source of new and valuable information on items related to your home.
New energy efficiency laws that took effect on Jan 1, are aimed at making lighting in your home more energy efficient. Starting in California as of January 1, 2011, the traditional 100-watt and 150-watt A19 incandescent light bulbs are no longer being sold in California. Next January 2012, these bulbs will be off the shelves nationwide.
The law also calls for the sale of 75-watt incandescent bulbs to be halted in 2013. (California will remove them from store shelves one year earlier.) And in 2014, Americans will no longer be able to purchase 60-watt and 40-watt A-shaped incandescents. Continue reading →
Cabinetry is without question the most prominent consideration in any kitchen remodel and also plays an important role in nearly every bathroom remodel. When choosing new cabinets for your kitchen or bath there are many things to consider including construction, style, quality, materials, color, and price. One element seldom researched however is the reputation, values and quality of the company manufacturing the cabinets. Continue reading →
Choosing to invest in remodeling your Kitchen or Bathroom is almost always a smart move. Not only does a new Kitchen or Bath add beauty, personality, and functionality to your home, it can also add to the resale value and increase interest when you decide to sell it. Real Estate experts nationally as well as locally in Montgomery and Bucks County estimate that up to 80%-90% of the remodel / makeover investment in upgrading these rooms is recouped when you sell the home. Plus you get to enjoy it until you do so. Continue reading →