Condominium living has a lot of benefits for homeowners – less maintenance, amenities like pools and fitness centers, and the security of living close to other people, and no need to cut grass or clean gutters.
One of the hardest parts of a home remodeling project is visualizing a new floorplan for your space and choosing finishes and colors to complete your look. The growth of augmented reality apps, however, allows you to do just that—overlay information and virtual objects onto real-world scenes in...
Mobility issues or difficulties in physical functioning are a reality for 15 percent of the population in the U.S.—that’s 38 million adults, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Tile is no longer relegated to just kitchens and baths. Tile is used in all sorts of applications around the home, and one of its most dramatic uses is giving new life to an old fireplace, particularly covering up older, brick fireplaces.
Tile is one of the most popular and versatile materials to use in your bathroom shower. Many homeowners update their bathroom shower tiles every 10 to 15 years to keep up with the latest trends in home design, as well as keep their shower looking clean and bright.
You've looked at dozens of samples for your new countertops. After deliberating on all the colors, textures, and maintenance involved, you've finally settled on the material and are done with your countertop decisions. Well, not quite.
Before you start debating over shaker-style vs. raised panel doors or maple vs. cherry, you need to make a few other important decisions to pick the right cabinets for your kitchen. Cabinets, on average, will account for 50 percent of your remodeling costs, so make these dollars count.
A kitchen or bath remodel is consistently a home project with a strong return on investment. According to Remodeling Magazine, in the South Atlantic region, a kitchen remodel costing $20,000 will recoup more than 80 percent of its value, and a bathroom remodel in this same price range will...