You likely already have an outdoor living area where you and your family may congregate, entertain, relax, and dine. Creating a natural flow between the inside and outside living areas can create a sense of unity. This allows more natural light to enter the home, while also improving passage from one location to the other.Continue reading
Remodeling does not need to stop at the kitchen, bathroom, or backdoor. A private, outdoor living space can offer countless hours of refreshing, comfortable, and fun living. Here are ideas to remodel your backyard.
Eliminating that cement slab formerly known as a patio and replacing it with new, more attractive, and inviting conveniences surrounded by lush, easy-to-maintain landscaping can enhance your quality of life. You can immeasurably add to the enjoyment of your home. Improvements like these can also add significantly to the property’s overall value.Continue reading
When elderly parents cannot afford to continue to live independently, more are considering the option of living with their adult children in the same household. At the same time, young adults, more than ever, are staying home and living with their parents after college, according to a February 2018 AARP article.
Most remodel projects are undertaken during spring and summer when the weather is hot. But there are some advantages to remodeling during the offseason when the workload for the contractor is light.
The contractor will have the time to focus on your job and make it their priority.
There will be more time to work on your home, so your remodel should take less time.
If you’re planning to go to Grandma’s for the holidays, it’s a perfect time to remodel while you’re out of the house.
Here are some of the remodeling projects that should be considered in winter:
A house that looks appealing from the curb is usually sold quicker that a plain house. Small touches that bring big payoffs in boosting curb appeal don’t need to bust your budget or take over your weekends.
Thinking of remodeling your bathroom? A practical bathroom is nice for the kids, but a relaxing spa-like atmosphere can be your refuge from the busy world.
Your bathroom can become an exciting functional yet inviting space when you add these 5 upgrades:
A radiant heating system uses thermal radiation rather than thermal convection to maintain a comfortable temperature in a building’s interior.
Despite its name, thermal radiation is not a new concept, seeing as how the most common source happens to be sunlight. However, it’s a stark contrast to the standard, convection-based heating system, which transfers heating from place to place using air.
Remodeling your home can be quite stressful and if you don’t plan you could cause yourself lots of unnecessary stress.
There are lots of things to think about before you remodel. Remember that when you talk with your contractor, they will be able to talk through this planning process with you.
Renovating your bathroom is always an exciting time, but you need to be sure that you’re choosing the right vanity that’s beautiful and perfect for your space.
To avoid making a costly mistake, following these handy tips to help you select the perfect vanity for your new bathroom:
More often than not, the kitchen ends up being where a family spends a good deal of their waking time. Barring Great Aunt Ginny’s trip over the dog into the Christmas tree, the kitchen will be a major focal point during gatherings as well.
The kitchen should be visually appealing, durable, and functional. While each piece plays an integral role in these roles, choices in countertop finish shout volumes when it comes to style and usability.