From family rooms to entertaining spaces or even just a place to put plants during the winter, the additional space sunrooms provide is a huge benefit. Learn how sunrooms can increase your home value and how to get the most bang for your buck if this is on your home improvement list.
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Several television commercials have recently touted that with home values rising, right now is the time to start renovating and investing in your home. It’s either a super convincing marketing ploy to get you to spend money on new kitchens and windows, OR home values really are continuing to rise and investing in your home makes sense again. Let’s take a closer look to see what’s going on.
Outdoor kitchens can be a great investment opportunity for your home – not to mention they provide additional living space and an awesome place to host your next party.
Want more closet space? Here are nine simple ways to create a more roomy closet.
Most of generally renovate inside our homes, but have you considered outside? Find out if landscaping is a good investment for your home.
At one point you’ve probably driven through a neighborhood and saw a house covered with solar panels on the roof. This type of home, known as an active solar home, simply has the addition of solar panels to the already existing structure. However, some people are taking advantage of solar energy without solar panels—creating a new style of home construction called passive solar homes.
So how can we improve our eco-friendly credentials while keeping costs down? I’ve got several quick fixes that will help you to reduce your consumption and energy bills without breaking the bank.
Not too familiar with Pinterest? Learn some more about it here to see how it can be used to improve your home and family life.
Why shell out money for water when you can collect tons of it for free? Learn about the benefits and ease of setting up a rain barrel system at your home.
According to Green Waste, about a third of all the waste in landfills comes from home renovation projects. From the foundation to the roof, many of the building materials can get recycled and not just at the local recycle park. Some things you can reuse again around your home.