Upgrades

Quick Kitchen Upgrade: Open Shelving

One of the first places homebuyers want to make changes is to an outdated kitchen. Visions of granite countertops, new cabinetry and shiny appliances grace the pages of architectural and remodeling magazines and websites and get our creative juices running … only to come to a screeching halt when we starting to price those new cabinets, countertops and appliances. There are some things you can do,...

Greening an Older Home

Your budget dictates that you buy an older home, but your heart wants that home to be environmentally responsible, so what do you do? Here are some ideas for making any home greener. If you plan for these in advance of your purchase, you might just lower your bottom line. Apply for an energy-efficient mortgage that includes the cost of energy efficient upgrades. You will be required to have an energy...

FIVE TIPS FOR DO-IT-YOURSELF WORK AROUND THE HOME

12.00 < !--> I hope the beginning of your New Year has been wonderful and that all is well with you and your family.  The responsibilities of owning a home don't have to feel overwhelming-they can be fun!  Taking the care, upkeep, and maintenance of your home into your own hands can be an exciting and rewarding endeavor.  Why not kick off the New Year by taking charge of a few projects around...

Clearly Seeing Windows in Your Home

Updating the windows in your home can be a big investment. However, it can be a great way to improve your energy efficiency, especially as cold weather approaches. Here are a few things to consider as you weigh updating the windows in your home. If your home is older and you have wooden windows, you probably spend a lot of time and money keeping them up. Wood can rot and also needs to be painted on a...

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