Prior to the pandemic, home offices were considered luxuries and not truly essential. If it was a WFH day, many people simply answered emails from the kitchen counter, the family room sofa or even bed.[Read more…]
Doorless showers, also known as walk-in, Roman, or barrier-free showers have many great benefits. If you’re in the process of remodeling your bathroom, you may have asked yourself whether or not to retain your conventional shower or go doorless. This is a pretty good question. While both have their own pros and cons, in today’s post, the bathroom remodeling experts over at JLR Home Renovation give you three reasons to go doorless.[Read more…]
From basement remodeling to new home office additions, almost all types of home improvement projects face some issue one way or another. Bathrooms are no exception. Remodeling a bathroom can involve stripping it down to bare pipes and this often uncovers a lot of problems hidden behind its tiles. It’s important to anticipate and address these challenges early on to ensure the success of your remodeling project.
Now that winter season is drawing to a close, it’s a good time to inspect your home’s exterior, including your siding. In this post, the siding replacement and bathroom remodeling pros of JLR Home Renovation list the four kinds of siding damage you need to look out for as winter comes to an end. [Read more…]
JLR Home Renovation has been conducting high-quality kitchen, bathroom and basement remodeling services since 1995. Thanks to our wealth of experience, we know what design considerations need to be addressed before getting into the finer details. Make sure you consider these design musts before starting your bathroom renovation.[Read more…]
Installing a basement bathroom can bring a lot of benefits, especially if you’ve converted your basement into a guest bedroom, game room or office. Having a bathroom down there will offer so much convenience to anyone using the space.
If you bought a home built in the 90s or earlier, chances are it has a partially open space plan rather than a completely open layout. If your taste runs contemporary, this layout may seem stuffy and cramped to you. [Read more…]
For many, pets are important members of the family. In a survey by the National Association of Realtors, about 61% of U.S. homes own a pet or plan to own one in the near future. Of this number, over half (52%) have commissioned a remodeling contractor for pet-friendly renovations. These projects can range from adding a simple doggie-door to a full perimeter fencing.
When it comes to upgrading your home, you may think that certain desirable projects are way out of your budget. While some upgrades are undoubtedly costly, you need to consider the value a project will bring to your home. Some projects can end up paying for themselves in the long run.