Finishing a basement is not much different from kitchen and bathroom remodeling. Yes, there are aspects of basement renovations that will have a different set of requirements, but the same principles of proper planning are also equally important. In addition to this, the benefits of finishing your basement in terms of functionality, additional space, and increased property value are hard to ignore.
Home improvement projects like bathroom, kitchen or basement remodeling can be very exciting. However, moderation is key. Going overboard with your home improvement projects can drain your finances without meaningfully increasing the value of your home, leading to what is known as “over-improvement.”
The American Craftsman architectural style gained popularity in the U.S. around the turn of the 20th Century. What makes a Craftsman home stand out is the attention to detail, with each part of the design carefully thought out. Only the best materials are used in the construction of American Craftsman homes.
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.
Your kitchen doesn’t necessarily need a dramatic overhaul to look striking. By keeping in mind a few key principles while tackling a remodeling project, you can maximize results without breaking the bank.