Filed under: Energy Efficiency, Heating & Cooling, Home Remodeling, Home Renovation, Ventilation
(ARA) – If you’re looking to purchase or remodel a home, you likely are building a long list of “must-haves,” “must-dos” and “must-includes” for your new space. There’s no question the housing market is in a different place than it was as recently as five years ago. Of course, a tough economy has been the prevailing factor, but other things – an aging population and a tough job market – are influencing how people are living today and possibly into the future. If you’re like most home seekers and remodelers, you may find that your requirements fall in line with these five growing trends:
Filed under: Do-It-Yourself, Home Remodeling, Home Renovation, Permission, Smart Renovations
(ARA) – For many homeowners, the return of warm weather signals that time of year to launch the long-awaited home remodeling or backyard patio project.
Filed under: Energy Efficiency, Green Home Remodeling, Home Remodeling, Increase home value, Weatherproofing
(ARA) – With the onset of cooler weather, people are starting to think about green – specifically, paying for heating bills and holiday expenses. A sure way to save green, as in money, is by making your home more energy efficient and space heating the rooms where you spend the most time instead of heating the entire house.
Filed under: Bathroom Remodeling, Budget-friendly, Energy Efficiency, Home Remodeling, Shower, Sink
(ARA) – You’re ready for a new bathroom, something with style and comfort. You want the room to refresh you in the mornings, and provide you with the opportunity to relax and unwind in the evenings.
Filed under: Bathroom Remodeling, Home Remodeling, Mirrors, Shower, Sink
(ARA) – Practical pays off when it comes to kitchen and bath renovations. Gone are the days when virtually every kitchen or bathroom remodel involved top-of-the-line luxury upgrades and a budget big enough to fund an Ivy League education. Today’s homeowners want more value for their remodeling dollars, and that means turning to improvements that make both functional and fiscal sense.