Filed under: Basement, Basement Remodeling, Bathroom Remodeling, Bedroom, Plumbing
(ARA) – So, you’ve finally decided to take the plunge and add that much-needed extra bathroom. Smart idea! According to the 2011-2012 Remodeling Magazine Cost vs. Value Report, an added bath will return more than 50 percent of your investment at resale. So what should you do to make sure your money is well spent?
Filed under: Basement, Basement Remodeling, finished basement, Home Improvement, Home Remodeling
Basement renovations has become one of the favorite home improvement projects for many home owners. A finished basement is a wonderful place for you to entertain your friends and family by setting up a recreation area with a pool desk, table tennis platform, pinball unit, and/or dartboard. Finished basement not only increases your living space but it can also increase the value of your property.
Filed under: Basement, Basement Decorating Ideas, finished basement, Home Decorating Ideas, Home Improvement
Basement remodeling and finishing has become a major home improvement trend and a finished basement also plays a big role in increasing the value of your home. There was a time that basements were simply used to store your goods and a place where you kept the washer and dryer. However basemen have grown to be much more than a storeroom. There are many uses for a finished basement and for what functionality you choose to use your basement determines how it should be finished.
Filed under: Basement, Deck and Patios, Gutter, Roof, Roofing, Shingles
(ARA) – Storms are a natural part of summer. After a storm has passed and it is safe to go outside, take stock of your home and repair any minor damage caused by the storm. Repairing minor problems quickly can help ensure they don’t evolve into major headaches.
Filed under: Additions & Extensions, Air Quality, Basement, finished basement, Moisture Control
Finishing the basement is very popular today among home owners. There could be lots of reason why homeowners choose to remodel their basement. One reason may be to increase the value of their home as most home buyers prefer finished basements. In fact, in some areas, finished basements are included in the overall square footage of the house. Another reason may be to create additional space. After all, why not take advantage of the space you have rather than creating one from new. Another reason could be to create an entertainment room, family room, children’s play room or an office space. Yet another reason may be to create a self contained unit that can be rented out.
Filed under: Additions & Extensions, Basement, common renovations, finished basement, Home Renovation, Increase home value, Moisture Control, Permission
(ARA) – With all the uncertainty surrounding today’s economy, more people are saving money by enjoying quality time at home. Some are using this time to invest in room or whole-house makeovers to enhance the value of their homes.
Filed under: Additions & Extensions, Basement, finished basement, Smart Renovations
In the past basements were only used as storage space and a placed to keep the water tank and the boiler. However, today finished basement are very desirable and most homebuyers prefer a finished basement. In fact, many real estate salespeople even include the basement area when calculating the total square footage of a home.
Filed under: Additions & Extensions, Basement, Bathroom Remodeling, common renovations, General Renoations, Kitchen Remodeling, Simple Home Improvements
There are mainly three reasons why people take on the project of renovating their home. The first reason is to increase the value of their home. The second reason is to add to the beauty of their home as well as modernization of their home. The third reason is to create additional space and workability such as adding a second floor or a deck. This document lists the most common home renovations that have been carried out by home owners and renovators.
Filed under: Additions & Extensions, Basement, finished basement, Renovate & profit, Smart Renovations
When most home owners think of increasing living space, they forget that there is already space right below their house. If the space is already there, and almost every home has it, then why not use the space and take advantage of what you currently have rather than paying to create one from new.