Posts From Brook Chaplan
Remodeling your home can seem like an intimidating project, especially if you aren’t familiar with the process or if you don’t know what you’re doing. However, there are plenty of ways to make this process as straightforward and simple as possible while still building a functional and aesthetically pleasing home that your family will love.
If art has been something that has constantly piqued your interest over the years, it’s likely that you’ve done some hobby painting in the past. A great way to practice building up your artistic foundation is by designing the exterior of your home.
Whether you are remodeling a new home to make it your own or are looking for a renovation to increase your property value, you will have a lot to think about when thinking about your renovation.
You can’t do any project around the house without the proper tools, but if you are remodeling, you need to have access to a few specific tools. You don’t need every highly specialized tool available in a hardware store, but there are a few that you should consider investing in over time to simplify larger projects.
Renovating a home can be tons of fun until you have to dispose of the leftover waste materials. While you may be tempted to simply throw them away, keep in mind that construction-related materials are responsible for around a third of America’s waste buildup.
Once you buy your dream home, there will be a vast number of tasks you need to complete. Packing, hiring movers, and getting rid of junk are just a few of the things you have to do in your free time after work.
When getting ready to redo your basement, it’s not unusual to find at least some water damage. While it may look bad, basement water damage is typically easy to deal with.
When it comes to beautifying your home, nothing can quite match the classic elegance of wood floors.
The basement often doubles as a storage space, an extra work or play room, or even a guest room. However, many basements can be musty, dark, or even dangerous when not maintained.
We renovate our homes for many reasons: to provide comfort to ourselves and our families, to improve its aesthetic appearance, and into improve its value. This latter point is especially important if you are thinking of selling your home.
As you make your summer preparations, it’s important not to forget a crucial component of your home: your roof. Though it may seem as though your roof doesn’t need much to be ready for the summer, it may need more attention than you realize.
The building industry has seen many differences in construction design in the last few decades. One of these major differences is the use of floor trusses in residential building construction.
Though trees add so much to a lawn, there are times that they have to be cut down. Once the sawdust has settled, you’re left with a bunch of stumps cluttering your yard.
Even though flat roofs are incredibly easy to install and very cost-effective, that type of structure comes with some major downsides.