Renovating your bathroom is a great way to add value to your home — both for your family’s daily living for future resale.
Before you decide to go ahead with a renovation, it’s critical to have a good idea of any underlying problems that could cause unwelcome and costly surprises. Taking time to find problems before you start your renovation will save you money, protect the indoor air quality and preserve the durability and structure of your home.
A bathroom renovation is one of the most common home improvement projects. Bathroom renovations come in all types and sizes—from a simple update of the flooring, to enlarging the room and replacing all fixtures and finishes.Your project is unique, but your reasons for renovating will probably fall into these common categories.
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Your kitchen is probably the most used room in your house. Poor layout, inadequate lighting,
cramped spaces, outdated fixtures and old cabinetry are common complaints of homeowners.
Before you decide to go ahead with a kitchen renovation, it is important to clearly identify the features you want in your new kitchen. Just as important is a thorough pre-renovation inspection to identify any existing problems.
Kitchen renovations are high on the list of the most common home renovations. A renovation can be as simple as installing new flooring or be a major undertaking that includes enlarging the space and replacing all fixtures and finishes.
Homeowners consider kitchen renovations for many reasons including:
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Renovating a full-height basement can be a relatively easy and cost-effective way to add new living space to your house. But is your basement really a good candidate for a renovation?
If your basement isn’t high, dry and sound, you should correct these problems before starting renovations.
If you are planning a basement renovation, you should inspect your basement for possible problems.
If the answer to any of these questions is “yes,” you should include the costs of fixing these problems in your budget.