Many have dismissed carpet flooring as a viable option with the rising popularity of wood and resilient flooring. Many make the case that carpet is difficult to maintain, stains easily, and actually stores harmful particles that can cause allergies. Some of these arguments are indeed valid but some are more myth today then they are reality. Today we will make a case for carpet, showing you that taking care of your carpet is actually simple, as well as give you five reason why carpet isn’t out of style yet!
Being a first time homeowner is tough, everything is so unbelievably expensive and complicated. You want more than anything to finally settle down in your house and feel comfortable but you just can’t get it right. Relax, here are five steps you must take to make your house a home and avoid the chaos.
The average homeowner in 2018 is both eager to spend and eager save on home improvement projects. How so? Well homeowners are not willing to splurge yet they are interested in updating and do so while shopping for the greatest value.
If you haven’t already installed stone countertops in your home, you’re most likely a bit behind the times. Very few newly built homes come without some type of natural stone material. According to recent statistics over 80% of homes in the US have a stone countertop material either in the kitchen or bathroom.
We would argue that interior home improvement projects are actually perfect for the winter months. Contractors typically have less work between November through March therefore they are willing to offer lower rates (helping you save money). If you’ve been putting off some projects for a few months right now might be a great time to consider getting them done.
The best type of flooring material for your home depends on many various factors. Some of which include: your budget, the style of your home, the durability that you desire, the room you need the flooring in, and so much more. All of these factors can help you determine what type of flooring is best in your case. Today we will show you which type of floor is perfect in various situations to help you decide what would work best in your case.
Moving into a new home is difficult. There are many things to pay attention to and tons of chaos along the way. Making sure you don’t lose anything, everything gets to the right place, nothing get’s damaged, and the list goes on and on.
In order to stay a little more organized during your move we have put together a list of 8 tips that will help you stay calm and relaxed even when things get out of hand. We limit the list to just 8 to ensure it doesn’t get overwhelming. Let’s keep this easy.
Remodeling isn’t something most homeowners do on a daily basis which is why often times crucial facts are ignored or simply forgotten. Many times a project could have went so much smoother if everyone was informed and made wise decisions regarding even the simplest details. We have compiled a list of 6 things that everyone must know before even thinking of beginning a home improvement project.
Purchasing a new home is one of the most exciting and stressful times. It’s both fun for the whole family as well as a giant headache. However once the process is done and complete you finally get to relax in your new home which is an investment that hopefully lasts for many years if not a lifetime. Before moving in however there are a few things that most professionals will recommend you at least take a look at or fix… because procrastinating and saying you’ll do it later will just mean more headaches and expensive problems in the future.
Bamboo flooring has been around for decades and over the years has been both in and out of style. Although bamboo flooring is called a hardwood by consumers and professionals in reality it isn’t a wood and often isn't even that hard of a surface. However it is durable and an excellent flooring material for almost any home.
If your home still has laminate or formica countertops you probably battle with the idea of replacing your countertops on a daily basis.
In the 90’s and early 2000’s laminate countertops were used on practically every newly constructed home. However as granite and quartz started to become more and more popular homeowners realized how practical it is to have natural stone counters, not to mention how much more stylish they make your kitchen or bathroom seem.
Regardless of practically and how stylish it is the question homeowners ask themselves when either remodeling or purchasing a new home is: are stone countertops really worth the extra money? Is there really any reason that your old laminate countertops need to be replaced?
Homeowners are consistently looking for what’s best. They are looking for the product that will allow them to have the piece of mind that they deserve. Homeowners want durability, they want affordability, and they want style. All of these factors are very important to everyone and every homeowner is diligently searching for the product that meets all of their needs and requirements.