If you are building a designated office at home and want it to be a comfortable and productive space, it is important to design it right — from adding basic furniture such as a desk, a chair and cabinets for organized filing to hanging decorative elements on the walls. It is also essential to learn about the ideal dimensions of these pieces of furniture in order to create a successful, well-planned layout. A siding and interior remodeler shares a few notes:[Read more…]
Whether you’re installing new windows or investing in kitchen remodeling, it’s always best that you remain vigilant while the renovation is ongoing. This is because when you’re having your home remodeled it’s possible that you may encounter a few surprises that can affect your project’s progress as well as your budget.
Here are the five surprises you need to look out for when remodeling your home.
A general contractor can actively manage the process of your home remodel from start to finish. He or she makes sure that each phase, from planning to completion and cleanup, is completed in an efficient and timely manner. Here are five tips to help maintain a strong professional connection with your remodeling contractor.[Read more…]
There are many things to consider when setting up a home office. To make sure you can work efficiency, you need to have easy access to all the office supplies and other essential tools you need to do your job. A kitchen remodeling company shares a brief itemized list of what you need to include in your makeshift office.
Window replacement is a big investment. Unfortunately, some unscrupulous businesses are operating with the aim of tricking customers into paying for more than what they’re getting.
The kitchen is the heart of the home; it’s where you prepare meals, enjoy family time and entertain guests. To make the most of the space, your kitchen has to be as functional as it is beautiful. In today’s post, JLR Home Renovation recommends practical design ideas for your kitchen remodeling project.
Basements tend to be underutilized areas of the home. To unlock the potential of an otherwise wasted space, JLR Home Renovation shares four things to keep in mind when planning a basement renovation.
Whether you want to provide care for your aging parents or give your children some independent comfort before they set out on their own, multigenerational houses are both practical and sought-after. In fact, more than 18% of adults in the U.S. live in such homes, twice the number of the people who had similar living arrangements back in the 1980s.