A lot of buyers will inspect a home’s closets, foundation, title history, and location, but many neglect to consider what it would be like to live there when the temperature drops.
When the first blizzard of the year hits, buyers who relocated to markets in Vermont or Massachusetts may experience buyer’s remorse. Some may even sell fast to a cash buyer and head for warmer climates.
Have you considered creating a wall mural for a room in your house or your kids’ bedroom(s)? While you can buy stick-on murals, why not try your hand at creating one by hand?
One of the main reasons people install a spa at home is for relaxation yet finding the right home spa can be tricky. With so many options available, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by the selection and end up with a product that doesn’t fit your needs.
Spa vs Hot Tub…Is there a Difference?
Although the terms are often conflated, a hot tub and a spa are still very different things. Ideally, a spa is a hot tub with several jets and chairs that is built similarly to a regular pool, whether it is underground or above ground.
Spas may accommodate more people and are larger than hot tubs.
Backordered supplies, lumber shortages, fewer available tradespeople — these are just a few of the reasons that home renovations in the U.S. are taking longer and are more expensive to complete than ever before.
Some construction delays fall outside a contractor or homeowner’s control (weather, backordered materials), while others may be a result of improper scheduling or homeowners who make last-minute changes once construction is underway.
Anyone who lives in a region where harsh elements are prevalent appreciates the value of carports. Carports not only shield your vehicle from the elements, they ensure your asset is well-protected too.
And the best part? If you’re comfortable doing a little DIY work, you don’t need to hire a professional builder to get the job done.