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A Family Gathering Place

A couple of years ago, I discovered I would inherit a building located on my late grandfather’s property. This small structure contained a kitchen, a dining room, a bathroom, and a bedroom. The building, situated near two ponds, was constructed to be used as a family gathering place. Numerous birthdays, anniversaries, and holidays were celebrated in this cozy waterfront building. Do you long to have a separate place to entertain family and friends in? Consider hiring a general contractor to construct an additional structure on your property. You might want your general contractor to install an industrial sized kitchen and a huge great room in this space. Instead of always hosting parties in your home, you can entertain in this building. On this blog, I hope you will discover how a general contractor can help make your entertaining dreams come true.

Tips to Make Your Home Handicap-Accessible That Won’t Cost You a Fortune

21 November 2016
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If you want to prepare your home for the future, consider making it more widely accessible now. Some simple steps and a few modifications will make your property easy to traverse and handicap accessible, and that may also improve the overall value of your home. Some ways to increase access around the home without spending a fortune include the following. Add some rails. A contractor should be able to add supportive rails to your porch, your patio, or the hallways of the home. Read More …

Answers For Routine Residential Elevator Questions

21 November 2016
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Mobility problems can be a terrible issue for a person to develop. In addition to making it difficult to leave the home, this problem can make it almost impossible for individuals to navigate homes with stairs. To help prevent this from inhibiting a person's ability to use their home, it may be beneficial to install a residential elevator system, which may make it necessary to be informed about a couple of routinely asked questions about this upgrade. Read More …

3 Steps To Take To Get Your Concrete Ready For Winter

8 November 2016
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Before fall wraps up and winter really hits, you need to get your outside concrete ready for winter. Here are the three steps that you need to take to prepare your concrete for winter. #1 Clean Your Concrete The first thing you need to do is clean the concrete around your house. The concrete around your house will have accumulated a lot of dirt on it throughout the year. It is a good idea to clean your concrete off before winter hits; the cold temperatures can really allow dirt stains to set in your concrete. Read More …

5 Types Of Home Renovations To Avoid If You Want To Sell Your Home

7 November 2016
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If you plan on selling your home in the future, you want to ensure that you receive a price that is a bit higher than market value. The best way to ensure this is to work on home renovations that are valuable and ensure that your home is more livable and modern compared to other homes in your neighborhood. Many homeowners make the mistake of investing too much in home renovations that do not add any significant amount of value to their home, though. Read More …

4 Tips for Putting “You” In Your U-Shaped Kitchen Remodel

2 November 2016
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Remodeling a kitchen in an existing home can mean working with the shape you already have. But,you can still have a lot of success and make a beautiful, efficient work area by making smart choices. Here are four tips any homeowner can use. Rethink Upper Cabinets. If the kitchen is limited in size, you may be tempted to try to add storage and increase its functionality by stacking upper cabinets as much as you can. Read More …