What you value in a neighborhood will depend greatly on your age, family demographics, and social needs. Here are just a few things to consider when exploring different neighborhoods in your area.
Even if you’re not an outdoorsy person, parks and green spaces are always a plus. They give the neighborhood a bit of breathing room and can provide a much needed respite. Check out a home’s proximity of the neighborhood’s parks and bike trails. These areas can often be a great place to meet neighbors after you move in.
Spring is finally here!
Which means, for a lot of the world, that summer weather is on the horizon. So why not add an outdoor kitchen to help you take advantage of the beautiful days and nights in the months ahead?
Outdoor kitchens can vary in scope and size; they can be as simple as a table and a portable grill or as complex as a full-fledged kitchen, only waterproofed!
Which means the cost of an outdoor kitchen can vary greatly depending on how much of it you do yourself, and the components you add.
Without a doubt, the price of building materials has soared, especially in the last few years. As a result, more homeowners are opting for unconventional materials inside their homes.
One of those materials that’s becoming one of the most popular options is corrugated metal.
Strong, durable, easy to work with and fire resistant, corrugated metal panels are growing in popularity with homeowners; many of whom are avid DIYers who are looking to save money without sacrificing quality.
These panels are available in more colors than the standard silver, and their cheaper cost in relation to the soaring prices of lumber hasn’t hurt their reputation either.