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building a home addition - what you should know

When building an addition to an existing home, many things can go wrong. If you don't know what you are doing, the addition may not be structurally sound, it may leak water and the electrical system could put the entire home at risk of a fire. When I added two bedrooms to the back of my house, I thought that it was going to be an easy project that could be completed in no time. Little did I know that there is a lot of planning that goes into this type of project. This blog will show you what you need to know before you begin building an addition.


New Staircases In Old Houses

You've probably seen some of the popular home remodeling shows on television. Many feature contractors, interior designers, and real estate agents who purchase rundown, shabby homes to flip—remodel and sell for a profit. Others feature these industry professionals convincing young couples that if they completely gut this inexpensive but awful home with good bones in a great neighborhood and remodel it, they can have the home of their dreams. In a lot of the gut jobs, they hire an interior staircase installation service to rip out the existing staircase or put one in where there wasn't before. Read More 

4 Improvements To Make Replacement Windows More Beneficial To Your Home

If you are considering having replacement windows installed in your home, they will provide you with an energy-efficient improvement for your home. Replacement windows can do much more than just improve energy efficiency. They can also protect your home from storms and give the exterior a fresh look if you are doing renovations. Here are some improvements that will make replacement windows more beneficial for your home: 1. Improving Appearance with the Installation of New Window Trim Read More 

Re-Roofing Your House To Sell

If you're looking to capitalize on the soaring real estate market and re-sell your home, you can maximize your chances of yielding a profit by updating your home. Today's home-flipping market has changed home-buying behaviors. Although prospective buyers might look for splashy kitchen or bathroom updates, they also need to be reassured that the home they're considering buying is structurally sound. Having an updated roof can often be a key selling feature. Read More 

Reasons To Upgrade Your Plumbing To PEX

One plumbing innovation that has become more popular over the years is PEX piping. This is a plumbing material that is made out of plastic, and a viable alternative what is currently in your home. Here are a few reasons to upgrade your plumbing to PEX. You Have Galvanized Plumbing If you have an older home, chances are that it uses galvanized plumbing. While it may look fine on the outside, these pipes actually corrode from the inside. Read More 

Four Ways To Increase The Curb Appeal Of Your Home

Are you in the process of sprucing up your home for the purpose of making it as attractive as possible to potential homebuyers when you put it on the market in the near future? If so, you've probably whipped your lawn into tip-top shape, planted flowers, and added hanging baskets and other picturesque elements to the exterior of your home. However, you may also have the sense that something is missing but aren't quite able to put your finger on it. Read More