Is Your Bathroom Retirement Ready?
Most people will buy and sell a house at least twice over the course of their adult lives. When you start out you purchase a “starter home”, something smaller, quaint for a small family, couple or a single person. As your get older you marry and start a family or your family grows and your income increases all of which drive you to sell that starter home and purchase a larger one. Then as the children grow up and move away you might sell again to “downsize” and get ready for retirement. Read More
The day is finally here, you have made up your mind and you are going to renovate your bathroom. But you are not really sure what the cost of it will be. You are looking at contractors and taking bids on the labor and you know you have some variables to think about; How old are the pipes? Will I need new plumbing? Would it be more cost effective in the long run to replace the copper lines? How do I plan a budget? Read More
Updating Your Bathroom
When you buy a home, you have that home for years. Generally outliving the appliances and features that made it a modern home at the time, but now 10 years later and everything seems dull and outdated. Time to renovate! When you renovate you can make small changes that will enhance your current fixtures or you can do a major overhaul and change it all from top to bottom. But if you plan on selling your house you will always get the best offers with updated kitchens and bathrooms. Read More
A powder room is probably one of the most overlooked room in the house next to the basement, it is a smaller room off a main living space usually with just a toilet and a sink. No one really thinks about it but it is a key room in the house for visitors. Even though this room is small it can still be just as beautiful as the other rooms. Read More
Then open your eye to reality! It isn’t as bad as it looks or sounds, designing your bathroom just takes some imagination, common sense and the ability to utilize the space you have effectively. Sounds easy, right? RIGHT! Most bathrooms have the basics: a vanity, tub, toilet and if you are lucky a linen closet but also TONS of wasted space. Read More