With a high demand for homes, a low supply for sale, and favorable interest rates, it’s a seller’s market in the housing industry today. In March 2021, home prices jumped by 11.3% year-over-year, according to Forbes. If you’re looking to take advantage of the hot market and list your Berks County home for sale, you…
Your kitchen is one of the centerpieces of your home. It’s where you cook your meals, entertain guests, and spend a large majority of your free time. So why not get the dream kitchen you’ve always wanted?
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.
Many people are changing their plans this summer, and instead of vacationing away from home, they’re creating the perfect entertainment space right in their own backyard. From adding pools to outdoor dining spaces, people are transforming their backyards into their own personal getaways. As exciting as it is to add an outdoor kitchen, it can also feel overwhelming with many things to keep in mind along the way. To help keep your outdoor kitchen construction on track, Eagle Construction is providing a few helpful tips.
Has your spring cleaning morphed into summer renovations? From cooking, washing dishes, and eating meals, we spend a lot of time in our kitchens. As you plan to change the paint color, remodel your countertops, and replace your floors, don’t forget to replace those old appliances. While many people see the benefits of a smart TV or adding a Roomba to their vacuum lineup, replacing kitchen appliances with smart additions may seem a bit unnecessary. However, if you want to stress less on what to cook, spend less time stuck in the kitchen, and know exactly what you need on every shopping trip, then these smart appliances are a must have!
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.
Kitchen fads come and go, but these remodels are here to stay! These timeless kitchen improvements are guaranteed to make you fall and stay in love with your kitchen forever.