A bathroom remodel is a larger home remodel project than our previous example of replacing the carpet in a room and requires more planning. But our six key elements of home project management are still applicable with a bigger project. Let’s take a look at how each one applies with the assumption that our bathroom remodel is keeping all the wall locations the same and the plumbing hook-ups in the same spot. Read More
The Design: In this case, the design may be relatively simple, because you have a bedroom with worn out carpet and you want to replace it. Choosing carpet over wood floors is essentially choosing a design. Measure the dimensions of the room so you know how much carpet there is and you are essentially done with the design. Your design can fit on a post it note. Read More
Home gardening is a great way to spend time at your home and get healthy. By growing your own vegetables, you can save money, add exercise, get some vitamin D, and eat healthy. All of this with vegetables grown by your own hand. Not to mention how exciting it is to bring something to life. And then treat your family to a healthy meal based on your effort. Home gardening gives you an opportunity to take up a new hobby. Hobbies like canning vegetables, drying fruits, and creating compost piles for a greener environment. Getting healthy and using natural fertilizers and no pesticides will also contribute to your Read More
There are six elements to every home project to consider when it comes to moving forward with a project. Since we know that all projects are not equal in size or scope, the most important elements are probably different depending on what the project is. Here are the six elements for every home project to consider before getting started on your project. Read More
Every homeowner seems to have ideas in their head about what projects they would like to improve their home. The ideas are endless and vision of “what could be” makes us happy in our dreamlike state. Then reality hits.
The woman wants a new kitchen. She also hates the carpet in the bathroom. The man wants a “man cave” big screen TV or theater room. The hot water is not hot anymore and the hot water heater may need to be replaced. The kids want a pool. The budget is tight and you can’t afford everything. Choices need to be made. The negotiations, or selling pitches, begin on why this project is more important than the other. Planning out all your projects is critical to managing a home and keeping healthy relationships in the home. Read More