home improvement: Granite, Quartz or Marble - Which is Best for Countertops? - 05/08/19 09:56 PM
Granite, Quartz or Marble - Which is Best for Countertops?
When you begin remodeling your kitchen or bathroom, one major decision is to pick a counter top that you love. Like anything in the remodel world, there are thousands of choices of colors, patterns and materials but the most popular choices right now are Granite, Quartz and Marble.
So let's take a look at the big three with the intention of giving you some help in making your decision.
Granite has been the most popular choice because it offers the widest range of colors and patterns which will match almost any design objective. … (3 comments)

home improvement: 10 Bathroom Upgrades to Increase Home Value - 04/18/19 02:05 PM
10 Bathroom Upgrades to Increase Home Value
In this video I want to tell you about 10 Bathroom Updates to Increase The Value of Your Home
The most obvious update is paint, whether on the walls, ceiling or cabinets. Nothing makes a room more appealing than a fresh coat of paint. And lighter colors will make even a small bathroom look bigger.
Rainfall Shower heads are those cool fixtures that make showering feel like you’re standing in the rain. Round or rectangular, they range in size from 12”to over 25” and can be simply installed on an existing water supply line or mounted on … (3 comments)

home improvement: 7 Easy Kitchen Upgrades - 04/11/19 02:32 PM
7 easy upgrades to transform your kitchen
Renovate Cabinets
This can be as easy as painting old worn looking cabinets with a new contemporary color. Currently in 2019, white is the preferred color but that may change as trends evolve. You could also REPLACE outdated style cabinets with new doors and front panels. It’s cheaper than replacing the entire cabinet, especially if the old ones are still in good condition.
New Faucet
There are lots of great styles and innovations in the kitchen hardware aisle of your home improvement store. Check the internet for sites like Pinterest and Instagram for ideas. Look at the manufacturer's … (1 comments)

home improvement: 10 Tips to Increase the Value Of Your Home Without Breaking The Bank - 04/08/17 09:34 PM
10 Tips to Increase the Value Of Your Home Without Breaking The Bank
Here are 10 tips to improve the value of your home without breaking the bank. These projects can mostly be done by yourself and maybe a helper but are on the easy side of DO IT YOURSELF.
1 Update the front door. Get rid of outdated doors with funky colored glass and 80’s grainy oak wood. If you can’t afford a new door, how about painting it a contemporary color. Another possibility is to replace the lock set with a shiny new unit
2 Add curb appeal to your walkway. Freshen … (2 comments)

home improvement: Energy Efficient Home Remodel - 05/21/14 05:18 AM
Energy Efficient Home Remodel
Q: I have set aside some money for remodeling my home and I'd like to know which projects are best?
A: Ok, here I go...That depends on your definition of best. You can always do the trypcal home improvement projects such as bathroom and kitchen updates and there's always "paint & carpet", the favorite of flippers. But maybe you should consider doing some improvements that will save you money in the long run. I'm talking about increasing the energy efficiency of your home.
It is a given that energy costs will increase so is there a hedge against this ever … (1 comments)

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