One of the most common goals young homeowners have is to finish their basement for a little extra recreation room or living space. However, finishing an entire basement can be a challenging job. Before you even begin to break ground on your basement finishing project, you’ll need to be aware of several things including what exactly you want the finished project to be, the laws, codes, and regulations surrounding it, and what aspects of the project you should trust to the professionals.
You spend at least a third of your life asleep, so shouldn’t the room where you do it get some special love and attention? There’s so much more a bedroom can be then just a place to lay your head at night, but if you’re not careful, you could end up spending a lot more than you want to in an attempt to class things up.
These days, individuals of older generations are healthier, happier, and more active than in previous years. As a result, we’ve seen a growing trend towards “aging in place” as opposed to relocation to a retirement village.
A home remodel is a major decision. Doing it properly will require research, reflection, and meticulous planning. As you continue to move through the early stages of a home renovation project, Eagle Construction is here to ease some of the burden that comes with such a massive project. At Eagle, we care about our clients wants, needs, and concerns, and that’s why we’re here to tell you about four key questions you should consider before kicking off the journey to your dream home.
Many people like the romantic idea of buying a fixer-upper, but not everyone is fully prepared for a project of that magnitude. There are many factors to consider before deciding to take on such a project, including overall home condition, project legalities and permits, and foundation solidity. Not every home is turn-key ready after all.
For many young homeowners, finishing the basement can be a dream that seems virtually unattainable. Sure, a new man cave, theater room, or home bar sounds awesome, but how can you be sure it’s really time to pull the trigger?
Building a new home is an exciting time as you get to design every aspect of your future house including the things that matter most to you, such as that in-law suite, spacious kitchen, or an extra bathroom. However, when you only have so much square footage to work with, it can be difficult figuring out the best way to allocate space and what other types of rooms to include.
Adding chandelier lighting to your kitchen can give it the finishing touch and decorative feel you’re searching for. While most people often equate chandeliers to formal and not function, that’s not always the case. While you can find a chandelier that can give your kitchen more of an antique, fancy, or modern vibe, it’s also important to realize chandeliers come in a variety of shapes and sizes. No matter the style you choose, your kitchen will be complete with only one hanging chandelier, effectively using less space in a smaller room while maintaining the look you want.