So You Want to Remodel

Are You Designing A Small Retirement Home?

Have you decided that you want to simplify your life now that you are in your retirement years? Maybe you've been waiting for the time when you and your spouse can travel to faraway places and visit your married children and your grandkids. Simplifying your life might mean that you've decided to move out of your large home and into a smaller home. Do you already know exactly what you want in your retirement home? Read More 

3 Home Remodeling Projects That Can Add Value To Your Home

If you are planning on selling your home in the future and are looking to add value to your home, consider remodeling a part of your house. Remodeling may not sound like the right idea if you are considering selling the home, but some remodeling projects will give you money back on your investment, and you'll end up gaining in the end. There are a few projects that may not give you much on your return, but several can actually increase the value of your house. Read More 

3 Tips For Saving Money When Remodeling Your Kitchen With Modern Features

Remodeling your kitchen with new modern features can be a great way to extend the lifespan of the kitchen and even save you money in other ways. If it's been a long time since the kitchen has been remodeled and you've been thinking about what you can do to help modernize it, consider the following ideas that can help you get the results you want without spending a lot of money in the process. Read More 

Beyond Shaker And Quaker: Unique Cabinet Face Options

When you think of cabinet door faces, what comes to mind? Shaker-style, Quaker-style, and other raised panel doors are quite popular, and some homeowners choose flat-panel doors for a more modern look. All of these options have their place and can look nice, but what if you want to branch out a little? In that case, you should consider these less-popular but pretty awesome cabinet door face options. Louvered  Louvered doors basically consist of horizontal slats stacked one on top of the other. Read More 

What To Know About Tile Flooring In Your Bathroom

When it comes to bathroom remodels, there are a few limitations that you need to consider. Most importantly, since there is so much moisture in a bathroom, you can't use certain materials for your surfaces. That is, you want your bathroom to be clad in water-resistant and safe surface. From tempered glass shower doors that don't shatter to flooring that will not absorb water, a lot of the components that you install in your bathroom will need to be specially designed, and they might still require more maintenance than the surfaces in other rooms of your home. Read More