4 Ideas To Improve Your Builder's Grade Home

Posted on: 26 February 2016

Unique features are what can make a house a home, but many homes come with the standard builder's grade components. This means boring but functional doors, cabinets and trim, along with other key features. The following are a few home improvement ideas to make your home go from boring to amazing. Idea #1: Update the Doors Plain hollow core doors, usually in a color that matches the rest of the wood trim in the house, are the standard fare in many homes.
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Don't Skimp On These Features When Fixing Up The Kitchen

Posted on: 10 February 2016

After buying an older home, you likely want to tackle remodeling projects that will help you get the biggest return. One of the best ways to improve the look and function of the home is by focusing on the kitchen since the kitchen is one of the rooms that most home buyers will prioritize. If you're uncertain about how to divide your budget when remodeling the kitchen, consider some of the top features listed below.
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4 Ways To Avoid Overspending When Planning A Bathroom Remodel

Posted on: 8 February 2016

Remodeling a bathroom in your home can be a fantastic way to increase the value, while also improving the way the bathroom looks and functions for your everyday routine. In order for the bathroom remodel to be a worthy investment that you will be happy with, make sure that you have a set budget and learn how to stick with the limitations your setting. In order to stretch your budget further, consider some of the following ideas for your bathroom remodel.
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Renovating Your Kitchen Cabinets? Why Refacing Is The Way To Go

Posted on: 6 January 2016

If you are thinking about renovating your kitchen cabinets, you may believe that your only option is to replace them.  However, there is another option that may turn out to be an even better choice for you:  Kitchen cabinet refacing.  When you reface your cabinets, you don't remove them; you simply cover the exposed portion of the cabinet with a thin layer of real wood or laminate.  The knobs are also switched out and kitchen drawers refaced as well, so you have a kitchen that is completely transformed in its appearance.
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