Trudy Seeger
11/4/2017 · 2 min read · ~10 · 1
To home safety and 3 more
Best Ways To Prevent Roof Leakage

Best Ways To Prevent Roof Leakage

Roofingproblems are common household issues that must not be overlooked. Those minorleakage problems may lead to devastating effects unless the necessary measuresare taken to get them fixed. The roof must be checked, at least once everymonth, in...

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luz stella Ciceris Vargas

bELLÍSIMA FACHADA.

11/4/2017
Vannesa Tucker
12/12/2016 · 2 min read · ~100 · 1
To home remodeling and 3 more
Tips for hiring a reputable home remodeling contractor

Tips for hiring a reputable home remodeling contractor

You can save a lot of money remodeling your home by doing the work yourself. This is fine so long as you stick to simpler projects like installing snap-on baseboard radiator covers or repainting your doors or replacing light fixtures and cabinet...

Interior Chronicles
20/10/2016 · 2 min read · +300 · 1
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Six DIY projects that will add to your home’s value

Six DIY projects that will add to your home’s value

Whether you’re planning on putting your home on the market today or a few years from now, it’s a good idea to invest in some home improvements that will add value to your home and make it easier to sell. While you can certainly hire a contractor...

Anonymous

I love the DIY movement! :)

20/10/2016
Vannesa Tucker
20/10/2016 · 2 min read · ~100 · 2
To home remodeling and 3 more
Six tips for purchasing your own renovation materials

Six tips for purchasing your own renovation materials

Typically, when you remodel your home, the contractor or contractors you hire will be the ones to order any building materials needed for the job. But this can sometimes be problematic. In fact, according to a Consumer Reports survey of general...

Cepee Tabibian

Cepee Tabibian

Great suggestions Vannesa Tucker! Especially secondhand materials. I haven't done any remodeling myself but have seen friends go through the process and the high quality/much lower cost leftover material the're able to acquire is impressive.

20/10/2016
Harvey Lloyd

Harvey Lloyd

Great suggestions. One of the techniques we find helpful is the use of poster board and design magazines. Pick out things you like and paste them to the board. Overtime you start to develop a look or style you like. Contractors, well this is another story. Having completed a tour of duty in construction, I would recommend that you look at completed projects before you choose, talk to customers. I state this not only because of quality or schedule, but really because of your tastes and requirements should be considered. Each contractor has a price point and quality delivery model. In our area medium new homes run at $120 sqft. Remodels range from $120-250 (Whole Additions). Bathroom and Kitchen remodels will make your wallet tight and fit. With this in mind, be comfortable with the firm that will remodel your home. If your not sure about the process and feel you cant manage the budget/schedule. The cost is worth considering a good CM or construction manager. They typically will want a percentage of the total cost. They will help you in considering quotes, materials and schedules. Most importantly they will answer the questions you might have concerning quality and redirect subcontractors.

20/10/2016

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