Universal design has been a trend in home design recently, yielding structures with wide appeal and accessibility, taking into consideration elderly homeowners, people with physical disabilities and people who are not as physically able to complete daily tasks as their peers.
Ever feel like you’re outgrowing your home? Even if you have a smaller home, you may just need a better layout. More often today, people are much more likely to stay put than move into a bigger home for a wide variety of reasons. If you’re where you want to be location-wise, then it’s a smart idea to look into
“As you remodel your home, you may want to keep safety and accessibility in mind, especially if someone living in the home is older or disabled. As people age, eyesight and hearing diminishes, and small changes can make all the difference in staying in the home for a more independent lifestyle.” – Kathi Fleck, Renovate, Remodel… Relax!
Don’t let project delays get you down! Many of them aren’t ever going to be your fault or at the fault of the contractor, either. Just be prepared for them. Here are 7 potential delays that are out of a homeowner’s control.
Home remodeling looks to be on the rise in 2016 according to the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University. The optimistic report comes from the LIRA (Leading Indicator of Remodeling Activity) projections suggesting a considerable growth in spending on home improvements in 2016. The October 215 report projected a growth from 2.8% in the fourth quarter of 2015,
“The most important aspect for remodeling your home is to have the look and feel that works best for you.” – Kathi Fleck, Renovate, Remodel… Relax! One of the major reasons a homeowner wants to remodel their home is to find new ways to love it again. But with this sort of commitment, there are sometimes doubts that may arise