7 Features To Have In An Awesome Basement

Posted on: 23 September 2019

Remodeling your basement is a popular project for many homeowners. Having an unfinished basement is just wasted square footage that is not being used. Plus, residential basement remodeling can add value to your home. Zillow states that, while you may only recoup 70% of the cost on average, a remodeled basement will "really stand out" when you decide to sell your home. In the meantime,  your family will enjoy using an awesome basement.
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Help Your Parents Renovate Their Bathroom With The Addition Of A Walk-In Shower

Posted on: 22 August 2019

If your parents have decided to remodel their bathroom, you may have been helping them so that you can both make sure that the results will look great and that it's functional for them. As your parents get older, it's likely that they want some additional features to make the bathroom more accessible for their age. With so many projects to choose from for remodeling the bathroom, it's smart to know the difference that a walk-in shower can make.
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5 Ideas To Help With Making Over Your Kitchen With Cabinet Renovations And New Counter Surfaces

Posted on: 5 June 2019

There are different ways to make over the design of your kitchen, which does not always have to involve second mortgages and expensive remodeling. You may want to consider more affordable options to make over your kitchen, such as refinishing cabinets and installing new surfaces. The following ideas will help you give your kitchen a new look on a budget with cabinet renovations and new countertops. 1. Simply Paint Cabinets to Give Them A New Look and Renovate Your Kitchen
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Disabled Parent Living with You? 3 Tips to Remodel Your Bathroom to Fit Their Needs

Posted on: 10 May 2019

If you have a disabled parent living with you, you should make changes to make their life as comfortable as possible in your home. One area you can start with is to remodel your bathroom. Below are three tips on the changes you should make so your parent will have an easier time going into and using the restroom. Widen Doorway If your parent is in any kind of wheelchair or they use a type of walker, you should widen the doorway of the bathroom.
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