Some people make repairs, renovations and changes to their home simply because it’s a hobby. In other cases, portions of your home may be out of date or run down. There’s another appealing prospect when it comes to home makeovers, and that’s the potential of increasing the value of your home. If you’re hoping to list your home on the market and get top dollar out of the transaction, it’s vital to know what changes will make the most difference when the selling is complete. The following is an exploration of what home additions will help you the biggest bang for your buck. [Read more…]
Everything ages. Everything eventually succumbs to the forces of nature. This holds especially true for your roof, which is constantly exposed to rain, sun, and various other types of weather. To preserve the health of your roof, you should schedule a roof inspection. Failure to obtain an inspection leads to severe roof deterioration. [Read more…]
Just because you have a small kitchen doesn’t mean you can’t revitalize it with a remodel. Whether your kitchen is in need of repairs or you simply want a new look, focusing on specific goals for your kitchen remodel will help you and your remodeling team determine the best strategies to accomplish those goals and make the most of your small kitchen.
A kitchen makeover is a rather intense undertaking. There are so many decisions to be made. One thing you must think about is the cabinets. If you are looking for a way to make your kitchen really stand out and look good, consider custom kitchen cabinets.
Windows play a vital role in the overall efficiency of your home, which is why it’s important to be able to determine if they need to be replaced. At Carpentry Unlimited, Inc. we decided to pull together a list of some window warning signs that you should keep an eye out for:
Just as basement remodels are cost-effective ways to add extra living space, attic remodels are, too. In many cases an attic can work quite well as an added living area with the proper planning and team of builders. Key factors that should be considered before work beings include building codes and requirements, accessibility, space maximization, and finally the design.
Giving homeowners a place to relax and enjoy the outdoors without completely subjecting themselves to the elements, sounds like a no-brainer home addition. However before jumping into the process, you must first decide what type of porch is right for your home and budget. [Read more…]
As soon as you decide to commit to new home construction, it can be exciting and nerve wracking all at once! It takes quite a lot of careful planning to make sure that the project goes smoothly and you are left with the end result you envisioned. Apart from planning, new home construction requires budgeting, designing and of course coordination with the right building team. Before you get started, make sure you’ve taken these steps: