Home renovations can help boost the resale value of a property, but they also can expose homeowners to costly repairs or even make them physically sick, if they don’t take some precautions.
Be on the lookout for some of these dangers that could surface in a home renovation.
More than half of the top 10 projects expected this year included energy-saving, sustainable, or environmentally conscious outdoor additions, such as gardens, irrigation, permeable paving, and reduced lawn area. The following were the top outdoor design elements, according to this year’s survey.
Disorganized. Cluttered. Chaotic. All describe these “befores.” CLICK to see the “afters,” and you’ll discover that there’s hope for even the most troubled of spaces. Learn the tricks that can declutter your worst storage nightmares.
HERE are 5 ways to prepare for storms that can save you hundreds of dollars, and give you some peace of mind.
Ninety-six percent of homes in the U.S. have at least one smoke detector in the home, according to the U.S. Fire Administration. But many homeowners are unaware about the different types of smoke detectors and how one may be more effective than the other. Read more HERE.
Deed restrictions affect more than would-be home builders. You can be restricted by anything from the number of bedrooms in your house to the types of vehicles in your driveway. It’s best to know about deed restrictions before you buy, so let’s take a look at what they’re all about.
Patios are also much easier to DIY than a deck. You usually don’t need building permits to install one. Need some inspiration? Check out these perfect patios for every budget.
Putting money into your home doesn’t guarantee a higher value. HERE are 4 home improvement projects to avoid if you’re hoping to sell soon.
If you’re an introvert, or just a little shy, meeting neighbors can be tough. So, how can you do it without feeling weird? Here are some simple ways.
Chances are, a little bathroom refresh will be enough to win over buyers and get your home sold! Here are four inexpensive ways to bring your bathroom into 2017.