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Home Remodeling Crash Course: What I Learned the Hard Way


Creating A Custom Accessible Shower In Your Home

Whether you are concerned about aging in place or you are the caregiver for a loved one, adding an accessible shower to your home can make life easier for your whole household. When planning out the bathroom remodel to include an accessible shower, there are lots of different features to consider. Use the following suggestions to create a space that works for everyone in your family.  Custom Half Shower Doors Read More 

Reasons To Choose Fiber Cement Siding For Your Exterior Remodel

Remodeling the exterior of your home is a big project. Thankfully, your contractors will do most of the work in most cases. But as the homeowner, you still need to choose colors and materials. When it comes time to select siding for your home, you'll do well to consider a material called fiber cement, which is sold by James Hardie and similar brands. Here are a few reasons why fiber cement siding is a great choice for your exterior remodel. Read More 

3 Ways To Use Space In An Oversized Bathroom

While an oversized bathroom may give you ample breathing room, you may feel like the room is lacking. You can use the empty space to add features or improve upon existing ones. Learn about some of the ways that you can invest in bathroom remodeling to use the available space. Whirlpool Tub A standard bathtub provides you with a place to relax, which you may enjoy doing after a long day at work or as a treat on the weekend. Read More 

Thinking About Window Replacement? 3 Things To Know

If your home's windows are in poor condition, don't fit the style of your home, or are not energy-efficient, you may be thinking about window replacement. Replacing your home's windows has numerous benefits other than just improving your home's appearance. For example, installing new windows improves the security of your home, can lower your power bills, reduce noise, and increase your home's value. Here are three things to know if you are looking into window replacement. Read More 

2 Questions To Ask Before Working With A Custom Home Builder

After determining that you would like to move to a different area or upgrade your current home, you may have decided that you want to have your new home built for you. To do so, you will need to hire a builder who specializes in constructing custom homes to have them oversee the entire process.  When it comes to finding a good builder, you may be uncertain as to where to begin, especially if this is the first time that you have ever decided to have a  house built for you. Read More 

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Home Remodeling Crash Course: What I Learned The Hard Way

One of the most challenging times for me as a homeowner was when my family was growing but my house was not. We were quickly running out of room and things felt cramped. That's when I started looking into the possibility of remodeling the house to add a couple of extra bedrooms and expand the living area. I had no idea how complex the process would be or what was involved, but I learned a lot along the way. Now that the work is done, I have created this site to help teach others what I didn't know going into the plans. I hope that the information here empowers you and makes your upcoming remodeling project easier.

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Creating A Custom Accessible Shower In Your Home
24 November 2021

Whether you are concerned about aging in place or

Reasons To Choose Fiber Cement Siding For Your Exterior Remodel
28 October 2021

Remodeling the exterior of your home is a big proj

3 Ways To Use Space In An Oversized Bathroom
27 September 2021

While an oversized bathroom may give you ample bre

Thinking About Window Replacement? 3 Things To Know
20 September 2021

If your home's windows are in poor condition, don'

2 Questions To Ask Before Working With A Custom Home Builder
23 August 2021

After determining that you would like to move to a