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Short on Cash? Check Out These Inexpensive Kitchen Remodeling Ideas

Remodeling your kitchen can get very expensive. I would know because I hired a few contractors to give me estimates as to how much it would cost to transform my old, dingy kitchen. However, when I saw those estimates, I nearly fainted. I knew it would be pricey, but not that expensive. While I couldn't afford a full-blown remodel, my kitchen was in desperate need of a makeover. Thanks to friends, magazines and home improvement shows, I was able to complete some inexpensive projects that instantly transformed and modernized my kitchen. This website was created to help others in the same situation as me. If your kitchen needs new look, but a full remodel is pricey, I hope my website gives you some ideas for less expensive remodeling ideas.

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Building Your Own Home? Key Planning Ideas To Consider

14 November 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

When you've made the decision to build your own custom home instead of buying an existing home, you've got a lot of decisions to make. Unfortunately, for those who are building new homes for the first time, there are some common mistakes that can prove quite costly. Here are a few of the things that you need to consider as you're locating your lot and planning your new home design. Read More …

Tips For Replacing The Siding On Your Home

28 August 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

The siding on your home is extremely important-- it is responsible for keeping moisture out, protecting your home from the elements, and assisting with energy efficiency. If you have old, worn out siding, replacing your siding can make a drastic difference in the appearance of the exterior of your home and will boost your home's curb appeal. However, replacing the siding on your home can also be a large investment,so you don't want to do anything without being informed. Read More …

5 Places You Can Get A Flood Elevation Certificate From

5 June 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

When you live in a high-risk flood area, you need to have an elevation certificate or EC. This lets you know the elevation of your building in comparison to the estimated potential for flood water height. Ideally, you want the elevation of your building to be above the potential for flood waters. Having a building that is elevated above flood waters will help lower your insurance rates and will you meet local building ordinance requirements. Read More …

Professional Services To Help Keep Your Rental Property Profitable

30 April 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

When you are the owner, landlord, or property manager of a rental property, it is your responsibility to do all you can to take care of the tenant's needs and look after the property's cash flow and maintenance. In order to keep the property maintained and rented continually, your tenant's needs to be satisfied with the property, including the upkeep and maintenance issues that may come up. To keep your tenants happy and your rental property taken care of, here are some professional services you can consider using to accomplish this task. Read More …

4 Must-Ask Questions For Your Custom Home Builder

11 March 2019
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Building a custom home is a great option for those who want to be able to personalize nearly every aspect of their new place. If you're thinking about building a custom home, one of the most important decisions you'll make in the early stages is who to trust as your home builder. As you explore your options, taking the time to ask some key questions can ultimately lead you to a more confident decision. Read More …