If you’re going to really make a house a home, then you need to look past the big changes.
Maybe you dodged a bullet with the latest natural disaster. Or, perhaps, you had to file a claim and are still handling repairs.
If you own a wood-burning fireplace, you may enjoy the look and warmth that it provides for your room. For some homeowners, such fireplaces are a hassle, needing regular maintenance and a steady supply of expensive wood that is stored outside and must be brought in and dried before using.
Homes that have basements are ideal places for putting in a recreation room. Also known as rec rooms, these areas are the favorite gathering spot of families over the holidays, the perfect retreat after a bountiful Thanksgiving or sumptuous Christmas meal.
Moving house can be stressful at the best of times, but doing it at short notice it can be especially so.
It is your home and you will soon be paying thousands perhaps tens of thousands of dollars to have it renovated. Your investment is a costly one, but something you believe will pay off with a home that is more enjoyable for your family and one that improves in value accordingly.
Decorating your home is a perfect avenue for expressing creativity. Decor does not need to be elaborate or costly to have the appearance that it was designed by a professional.
Homeowners enticed by historically low interest rates are considering refinancing their homes. This may be an option for you as well, especially if you took out a mortgage several years ago and are paying an interest rate that is at least one point higher than your current rate.
Updating a home can get expensive, but if you want to make a small investment that can yield a fresh look, then changing your doors can liven things up. Yes, your doors — as in your interior doors and those leading to a patio, a deck or to the front of your house.