A successful home renovation project requires proper planning, time, professional advice and the proper financial resources.
Home renovations require proper planning starting with being able to answer these two questions. Be critical in the approach to success.
Upcycle, take something old and discover new use to sell, gift or use in your home. Create conversation pieces, celebrate history or just save money.
Deck CPR is a quick and easy way to restore and rescue your deck cheaper than a full replacement. Evaluate the structure, choices of covers.
It might be too cold to start building a deck or storage shed in your backyard this weekend. But spring is just around the corner so now is a good time to begin the planning of your outdoor spring projects. Maybe your starting with a blank slate or planning a major backyard makeover.
Upgrading your lighting control system can significantly enhance your home: creating elegance and ambiance; providing control and convenience; and most importantly, improving the energy efficiency of your home. Thus, smart-lighting should be discussed during the planning stage of every renovation project.
Nobody knows how to maximize storage like a sailor! A few years ago we were invited to join relatives on their sailboat in the British Virgin Islands. In planning for the trip, we were cautioned to minimize what we brought as space was limited. During our week on that boat, it became painfully obvious that sailors know how to limit the amount of stuff they keep and utilize every possible place for storage.
A bathroom renovation on a small budget may be a necessity, but it also has the ability to bring out creative ideas that tells so much about the owner. That “uniquely you” flair that is attractive and lasts far beyond the latest trend!
We all at times make purchasing decision based on emotion, and in our house emotions were working overtime as we debated “want vs need”. My wife’s eyes are rolling right now as she says “common live a little, a hot tub will bring us closer together”! “Really or one step further away from retirement” I would say (under my breath).