Bikini season is upon us, what better reason to start talking about converting a room or space into a weight room. A weight room can cost between $1,000 or upwards of $10,000 depending the equipment you choose to add to the room or space.
Finding time to get to the local gym for a workout is hard for many people. And some people prefer to exercise alone versus in a crowded gym. As a result, people are investing in more exercise equipment for the home and are turning a spare bedroom or even the basement or garage into an exercise room. Exercise equipment like treadmills, bicycles, and lifecycle machines Read More
Painting the house and specifically the outside is a relatively easy way to freshen up the exterior of the home. Either the sun and elements over time has caused the existing paint to deteriorate and it needs a new coat of paint, or you just may want to change the look of the home by changing a color. When deciding on a color, you might want also to consider a second color as an accent for trim areas around the home. Read More
Now here is a decorating and functional home style that is making lots of traction across the country. Reclaimed wood is being used in furniture, flooring, and so many other areas of our household life. But did you know the some homeowners are choosing to convert barns into full functioning homes.
Managing home remodel projects require several steps to be truly successful. With these six key steps, you can manage a home remodel project with ease. The six phases to managing home remodel projects are: Ideas and Concepts, Design, Research, Budgets, Execution and Closeout. Each of these steps requires time and organization to complete your project.
Follow each of these steps to manage home remodeling projects. First, start with creating a wish list or an idea of what your want your project to look like. Read More
Home remodeling projects can oftentimes be overwhelming with the amount of details that make up the project. Many people struggle with what you want versus what you can afford with home projects. How do you allocate your money for the project? Should you spend more money on appliances and less on flooring and counter tops? If you buy the high end bath tub you really want, can you save money elsewhere on the project. And if you save money, will you still be within your budget? These types of questions are ones that many homeowners struggle with in seeing various aspects of the project big picture. We have some help as we look at DIY projects tip 5, shopping analysis and sharing. Read More