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Of homeowners who have lived in the first home they bought for longer than six years, over 60% choose to renovate their homes instead of moving into another one. While there are amazing upgrades that homeowners can make to a home, many begin renovation projects in the kitchen.
You decided that it’s finally time to remodel your kitchen, but you have no idea where to begin. Countless homeowners have struggled with the same issue in the past.
Now that spring is here, you may be thinking of ways to give your home a fresh new look. One of the best areas to start is your kitchen.
There are a lot of things to think about when you’re looking to add a deck to your home’s outdoor living space.
For better or worse, the idealized image of life tends to be suburbia, even to do this day, and one of the images that comes to mind when most people think of suburbia is a white picket fence.
Having an unfinished basement is wasting space in your home. Whether you choose to make it into a family room, man cave, gym, art studio, or whatever else you may need, a basement remodel is a great decision to make.
Remodeling a kitchen can be one of the most rewarding opportunities to improve your home. It’s a space where you spend a significant portion of your time, and kitchen remodels are known to add value to your home.
If you, like almost 61% of homeowners who have lived in the same space for more than six years, have chosen to renovate instead of move, it’s likely that the bathroom is at the top of your list.
No matter how long you’ve been a homeowner, you’re likely aware of the value that you can gain from remodeling your home in some way. However, many homeowners tend to place their remodeling priorities in the wrong areas.