It's a fresh, new year—full of exciting opportunities. Are you making a resolution to remodel your kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, basement, or other living space in 2018? Here are the hottest forecasted design trends for your home for the coming year.
Asbestos is carcinogenic and the primary cause of mesothelioma cancer. Most asbestos-related illnesses are linked to long-term exposure at work. Some of the top at-risk occupations include firefighting, construction work, and industrial work. It's also possible, however, to expose yourself to asbestos in the comfort of your own home if you're not careful.
If your home was built prior to 1980, it could contain asbestos, so it’s very important to treat certain areas with care to avoid exposure. Remodeling areas of your home with asbestos-containing materials could release dangerous fibers into the air that threaten the lives of you and your family.
A crackling fire naturally draws people in and makes a home feel warm and cozy. Original hearths not only warmed the room but also served as a hub for food preparation and family interaction. With modern building practices, along with improved heating and cooking technology, the fireplace has evolved into a prominent architectural element with a social function.
Have you been considering adding an extra bedroom lately? Whether you’re hoping to sell soon or you need to make space for a new family member, a new bedroom could add value to your home and quality of life. You have several options when it comes to deciding where to add an extra bedroom. Depending on your budget and the layout of your home, you could either build an addition or convert an existing space.
Spring is in bloom! The grass and trees are turning green again, and nature is coming back to life. Many homeowners want to bring some of this color and excitement into their homes by incorporating earthy tones and textures. Here are some trendy ways to bring nature indoors during your next home remodel.
As you tackle your next home improvement project, be sure to follow good practices to keep your living environment as safe and healthy as possible. Here are several ways to minimize harmful odors and chemical exposure as you remodel your home to help you sustain good indoor air quality.
Are you in love with a historic home or a house located in a historic district? Before signing the contract, make sure you know exactly what you’re getting yourself into. Older homes often have structural or hidden problems that newer homes don’t. Today, we're going to take a look at what a historic home is and help you weigh the pros and the cons of owning one.
When first glancing at the title of this article, you may think this is a joke. According to a Houzz survey, however, 12% of couples consider a separation or divorce mid-remodel, which is certainly not something to joke about. Home remodeling can be emotionally stressful and place extra strain on relationships. Here are a couple comments made by anonymous survey takers about their partners:
- “First time in 10 years I did not like my spouse.”
- “A lot of her decorating tastes are very childish, and I am sometimes embarrassed with some of it.”
Thinking about transforming either your basement or another room in your house into the rec room of your dreams? Here are some tips to get you headed in the right direction!
Are you interested in remodeling your home but have no idea how to get started? Here are some tips to get your ideas flowing, help you establish a practical budget, figure out a reasonable timeline, and hire a great remodeling company to help bring your dreams to life.