Filed under: Air Quality, Energy Efficiency, Green Living, Green Remodeling, Heating & Cooling, HVAC system
(ARA) – When the winter winds start to howl, it’s a natural response to want to close your home up tightly. To stay warm and avoid wasting energy, you close the windows – or even seal them with window film — find ways to stop air from leaking in through cracks and under doors, and then put your heating system to work. But when those instincts kick in, remember that what you’re doing is sealing air inside your home.
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: Bathroom Cabinets, Bathroom Remodeling, Home Improvement, Home Remodeling, Mirrors, Shower, Small Bathroom Remodeling
If you are looking for small bathroom renovation ideas, the chances are that you have got a small bathroom to renovate. Many homeowners want to have a sparkling new bathroom but are afraid that their small bathroom is just not large enough to turn it into the magnificent bathroom that every homeowner would love?
Filed under: Construction Estimating, Home Improvement, Kitchen Cabinets, kitchen countertop, Kitchen Remodeling, Renovation Costs
How much should a kitchen remodeling cost? This is an important piece of knowledge that homeowners must know if they plan to remodel their kitchen. This document will discuss ways of determining the cost of your project and also provides you with links to free construction estimating software and tools so that you can better judge what the renovation cost will be.
Filed under: Do-It-Yourself, Doors, Home Decorating, Home Remodeling, Home Renovation, Increase home value
(ARA) – With sales of new and existing homes remaining slow nationwide, many homeowners are looking for ways to add value now. Installing stylish interior doors and replacing old exterior trim are two great ways to make your home look even better today and sell it for more later.
Filed under: Additions & Extensions, Budget-friendly, Energy Efficiency, Green Remodeling, Home Remodeling
(ARA) – Nearly 49 percent of us are planning a summer vacation, while one-third are preparing for “stay-cations,” according to Burst Media’s Summer Travel and Vacations 2011 survey. If you’re skipping airports and resorts and opting to stay home, treat yourself to a home or room makeover.
Filed under: Bathroom Remodeling, Bedroom, Bedroom Decorating, Home Decorating, Home Remodeling, Master Suite, Painting, Skylights
(ARA) – If kitchen and bathroom remodels are the gold and silver medalists in the Olympics of home renovation , then a master suite remodel is a very respectable bronze. But while the superstars of the renovation world may reap more in terms of resale value, a master suite remodel can be more rewarding for your soul.
Filed under: Additions & Extensions, Bathroom Remodeling, Doors, Energy Efficiency, Green Home Remodeling, Green Remodeling, Home Remodeling, Painting, Patio, Windows
(ARA) – Make room for family: Whether finishing basements or updating bathrooms, homeowners are making home improvements to accommodate more family members moving into their homes.
Filed under: Bathroom Remodeling, Faucet, Green Home Remodeling, Green Living, Green Remodeling, showerhead
(ARA) – Bathroom remodeling includes a dizzying array of decisions. Choosing from among so many beautiful styles, shapes, materials and innovative technologies is at once exhilarating and exhausting. Here are five steps to help you narrow the field to make the best choices:
Filed under: Ceramic tiles, Eco-Friendly, General Renoations, Green Home Remodeling, Green Living, Green Remodeling, Home Remodeling
(ARA) – Are you planning an upcoming remodel for your home? Going green and using sustainable building materials continues to be a top trend in home improvement. Remodeling green isn’t just about using products with recycled content, it’s also about using superior products that will stand the test of time and reduce energy costs.