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!
An unfinished basement offers a large blank slate that you can utilize in many ways to suit your family’s needs. Whether your work requires a home office, you wish to add a playroom for your children, or you want a home theater to entertain, the possibilities are limitless.
While many vacations and plans for the summer have been canceled or put on hold due to COVID-19, there are still many ways to celebrate the warmer months with your family at home. With all of your extra time spent at your own place, now is your chance to renovate the space and make it even more enjoyable to stay home during this time. Read below for popular summer remodeling trends.
Home renovation shows have risen in popularity over the past couple years and have sparked do-it-yourself home project inspiration for many households across the country. Now that spring is here and families are looking to “spring clean” their homes and freshen up their living spaces, it’s important to note which projects are easy to DIY and which ones should be left to the professionals.
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.
Making adjustments around your home to adapt to the changes of aging is sometimes necessary. Here are a few examples…
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.