If you’ve been considering a home renovation – regardless of whether the job is large or small – you likely have an idea in your mind regarding how you want the finished project to look. But before you hang the new drapes or arrange the new living room furniture, there are some important steps you should take in order to better ensure a successful completion.
If your household includes two- and four-legged family members, you may be considering making more permanent – and comfortable – spaces for your furry friends. It is estimated that more than 60 million U.S. households have dogs, and over 47 million have cats – so it is no wonder that more of today’s home renovations are including features for their pets.
With the real estate buying frenzy still in full swing, many people are opting to renovate their current home and stay put. So, if you’re planning any updates, why not get creative, while at the same time adding more functionality to your current abode?
Every year during hurricane season in Florida, homeowners work to take precautions against the potential destruction that these powerful storms can inflict – and those who are unlucky enough to incur damages must typically clean up, and fix up, what the wind and rain has left behind.
You have likely seen and heard countless commercials – particularly from the “big box” home improvement stores – that tout the ease and convenience, as well as the cost savings, of doing fix-up and renovation work yourself.
Whether you plan to put your home on the market soon or you intend to remain there for many decades to come, a focal point of most any house or condo are the kitchen and bath(s). So, if your bathroom(s) and/or powder room(s) are currently sporting drippy faucets or stained walls, then it may be time for a much needed update.
Depending on how extensive your home renovation project is, it can oftentimes become like a juggling act when trying to coordinate the work and the timing of contractors and designers, as well as the funding source (such as your bank or credit union).
Although many people lean towards making interior home renovations, it is the exterior that plays a key role in the overall curb appeal, and in turn, the desirability of the home in general – regardless of whether you plan to put it on the market or stay for the duration.
While Central Florida is not known for its frigid winters, there are certain times of the year when the temperature can still dip below 50, making outdoor meals or gatherings a bit chilly. The Sunshine State has also been famous for its “rainy season,” which could put a real damper on dining and entertaining outside.
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