In light of today’s economic uncertainly, an increasing number of home owners have decided to stay put and ride out the instability. If you fall into this category, there are some improvements you can make to increase the value of your home.
Homes built before the 1980s could expose homeowners, their families and others to asbestos possibly hiding in cement, floor tiles, insulation, walls and pipes. This helpful guide can help protect you and others from exposure.
Kitchens remain the most common room in a home to remodel, and knowing what you want before you hire a contractor can be extremely beneficial. We’ve compiled a helpful list of tips for the early-stage planning of your home renovation.
Age friendly home renovation is on the rise, as studies show that most homeowners age 50 and older have a desire to stay in their own home as they age. Unfortunately, most U.S. homes weren’t built to accommodate the needs of the elderly. Here are a few things to consider when looking at age friendly home renovations.
While Hurricane Dorian wasn't as destructive for central Florida as we thought it might be, hurricane preparedness is still an important consideration this time of year. Here are a few ways you can protect your home and your family during hurricane season.
A full kitchen remodel is a large project and there are several important points to consider in the early planning stages of your project. Our home remodeling experts have the experience and honesty needed to complete your project on time and under budget.
If you're looking for a quality home builder for your new home, remodel, or addition, you may be wondering where to start. And if you're like most people, your search will begin online. Here's what to look for making the important decision of choosing an established, reputable builder to work with.
Remodeling, in many ways, is the greenest choice you can make when it comes to upgrading your living space. Remodeling with sustainability in mind will allow you to reuse materials in your home that are already in place, minimizing the impact on the environment and improving your quality of life.
Are you feeling like you’ve outgrown your current living space? Do you have significant upgrades or enhancements you’d like to make? You might be wondering if it’s time to sell your home and start over. But moving can be a stressful endeavor, and you may have alternatives that you haven’t considered.
Most people would prefer to live in a familiar environment throughout their aging years. According to AARP, older home owners overwhelmingly prefer to age in place, which means living in your home safely, independently and comfortably, regardless of age or ability level.