Walking into one a “big box” home improvement store might initially be a bit overwhelming. There are materials of all kinds just about everywhere you look, from paint brushes, to shower enclosures, to siding – along with a myriad of appliances, light fixtures, and both interior and exterior doors.
As the one-year anniversary of the Coronavirus in the U.S. quickly approaches, many people are considering making minor – or major – renovations to their homes. Spending more time in our own abodes can lead to the realization that various items could (or should) be updated.
COVID-19 has forced multiple changes in the way we work and live – one of the most prevalent is working and learning from home. This, in turn, has resulted in a substantial increase in home renovations.
If you’re thinking about selling your home in 2021, you may have considered presenting it in as-is condition and letting the new owner take care of any repairs that are needed, as well as updating the décor.
If you’re thinking about making updates to your home, you could find that in some cases, you’ll get more than just a nice new look. That’s because there are some home improvements that could help you to reduce your tax liability.
With working from home and home-schooling becoming more of the “rule” than the exception now, home renovation projects have continued to surge. In fact, in June 2020, Houzz saw a jump of nearly 60% in project leads for home professionals.
The COVID-19 pandemic has made most people “home bodies” – regardless of whether or not they want to be – and our new normal has led to a variety of home renovations, like office space, room(s) for home schooling, and even outdoor kitchens.
As the COVID-19 pandemic quickly enters the one-year mark, many people are realizing that things may never get back to “normal” – and because most are spending a lot more time at home, updates, remodels, and even complete renovations are on the rise.
Decorating for the holidays is a fun way to make the season bright – especially given the many challenges that were, and still are, faced in 2020. But if you have pets in your home, it is important to know which items could be toxic to them.
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