Making upgrades and improvements around your home can improve both form and function. In the midst of this COVID-19 pandemic, you might be noticing things about your house that you didn’t before. Now, like many people, you’re thinking about changing them so you love your house a little more. Renovations . . . Read more
If you’re interested in selling homes for a profit, there’s no shortage of things you can do to appeal to today’s modern buyers. When it comes to finding new ways to increase home sale price points, everything from small updates to major overhauls is in play. Read on to discover . . . Read more
When you’re selling a home, any cent you spend on renovation boils down to one thing: return on investment. Renovating should increase property resale value, help your house move faster on the market, and increase your profit at less cost. A survey by the National Association of Realtors found that . . . Read more
Home renovation projects often go over budget. A luxury item appeals to us, and many of us may not have an idea of how much our dream renovations will cost. But with the right strategies in place, you can keep your renovation on budget. Create a Clear, Comprehensive Plan As . . . Read more
Many homeowners wonder whether they should start with the cabinets or floors. Here’s a look at the pros and cons of either order.
A lot goes in to installing hardwood on stairs. In most home improvement projects, the skeleton of your stairs is already built, but the surface parts, the treads and risers, might need replacing. In this article, you’ll learn how to use hardwood planks to replace or cover your stairs’ existing . . . Read more
Subway Tiles have come a long way since their first appearance at the turn of the 20th century in the New York City underground. No longer confined to the iconic metropolitan transit tunnels, 21st century Subway Tiles offer a wide range of colors, patterns, and arrangements. In fact, there or . . . Read more
Restoring your hardwood floors is a great way to give any room a face-lift, without having to spend time, money, and energy on ripping up and replacing your floorboards. Rather than hauling out your check book to pay for new floors, dust off your sander, invest in a quality stain . . . Read more