If you’re on the fence about buying an older home or building new, there are quite a few reasons in favor of new construction. The major consideration tends to boil down to having the latest advances in home building technology. When you buy an older home, you are by definition not getting the newest features, but many people don’t consider the intricacies that might entail.
Whether you’re in the kitchen or in the bathroom, one piece of hardware that always gets handled and used: the faucet. If you’re trying to achieve a specific look, revitalize your sink area, or replace an old or broken faucet, you may have started looking at your options.
In larger kitchens limited counter space is easily taken care of by a well proportioned island, but smaller kitchens pose a unique challenge.
Finding the right exterior for your home incorporates a few different factors. Let’s break down the pros and cons of various materials so you can decide for yourself!
Making adjustments around your home to adapt to the changes of aging is sometimes necessary. Here are a few examples…
This beautiful brand new home was designed and built from the ground up by Eagle Construction. The unique ridge vent top gives the exterior an individual feel, while the cool grey vinyl siding is both classic and durable.
One aspect of renovations that should always be considered is how it can affect the value of your home. Let’s unpack a few!
Retail remodeling is serious business. As a business owner, you understand just how much of an asset your business itself is, and a remodel is an investment in your business. While it won’t require a shareholder meeting, a retail remodel will certainly be a big step for your business.