Prevent headaches and save money on your remodel with this $9.99 guide!
Do you dream of adding a brand-new kitchen, spacious family room, or a relaxing outdoor living space to your home? Do winter mornings inspire fantasies of sitting by a cozy fireplace or walking across your bathroom on a heated tile floor? Have you and your family thought of how relaxing it would be to spend a summer evening stretched out on a comfortable screened porch or a new deck?
If so, then your daydreams are shared by millions of other homeowners who want to enlarge, add on, or otherwise improve their homes. Remodeling of residential properties is a huge industry in the United States, with more than $300 billion spent annually on home improvement.
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As a remodeling contractor with over 35 years of experience, and as a homeowner myself, I know that the remodeling process is neither easy nor quick. Fortunately, the potential headaches and heartaches can be significantly reduced or avoided when the homeowner is well-informed and prepared before beginning a home improvement project. Having remodeled more than 1,000 homes, I would like to share with you the most important lessons I have learned over decades of remodeling and give you a head start on turning your dreams into reality!
In The DOs and DON’Ts of Remodeling & Design, I’ll describe the six key steps every homeowner should follow during a home remodeling project. This is not a DIY course on remodeling, but rather, a guide for homeowners on working effectively with a remodeling contractor. You’ll learn the DOs and DON’Ts for planning your project, choosing a contractor, and fulfilling your roles as the work progresses.
Why remodel the kitchen?
Increasing the value or marketability of the home is among the more common reasons for a kitchen remodel; after all, a modern, remodeled kitchen appeals to prospective home buyers far more than a kitchen that seems dated or retro.
Energy savings is another prime motivation for a kitchen remodel. For example, the addition of skylights brings in far more natural light, thus helping to reduce the need for artificial light and thus the electric bill. Energy-efficient appliances and solar water heaters are excellent choices; they can also significantly cut the utility bill and are much more environmentally friendly.
One of the easiest ways to save big on your kitchen remodel is to maintain the general layout of your current kitchen. Things like removing walls or moving gas lines, plumbing connections, and electrical wiring tend to gobble up the kitchen remodeling budget.
Use our guide to navigate your way through the remodeling process
Without a doubt, the bathroom is one of the top two most important rooms of any house — particularly when it comes to resale value. Remodeled bathrooms consistently increase the selling price of homes so much that even an average bathroom remodel often produces a 75 percent return on the remodel investment.
This no-nonsense guide is a must-read for anyone considering a remodeling project!
Whether considering remodeling your bathroom(s) or addition of a whole new bathroom, there are many factors involved with a bathroom remodel. Please do yourself a big favor and read this no-nonsense guide, The DOs and DON’Ts of Remodeling & Design, before you begin your bathroom remodel.