It’s not wise to take on any project without doing a little homework. With respect to the 203(k) talk it up, ask for recommendations and begin to gather an experienced “team” of professionals. You’ll be the team’s coach.
HOUZZ SLIDE SHOW :: Bathrooms by the Numbers If you’re considering upgrading your home’s bathroom one of the first questions to ask yourself is does this make a smart investment. Other than the kitchen, the bathroom is the most renovated Read More
Would you order a pizza without naming the toppings? Would you plan a trip without a road map (or at least an iPhone with a mapping feature)? Would you remodel your home and allow the contractor to make choose the Read More
Smart indoor water use is important. A low-flow faucet is one that limits the flow of water out of the spout. A special adapter or mechanism in the faucet’s cartridge called an “aerator” or flow regulator slows the water flow Read More
We just finished a complete higher end bathroom in Linden Hills for a very important client. This bathroom was completed from start to finish in two weeks – not an easy task by any means. Working on a project where Read More
Last week, for the fun of it, I Googled how to hire a contractor. I discovered a couple of fascinating facts. “How to hire a contractor” comes directly between “How to hire a bill collector” and “How to hire a hit man”, and Kim Kardashian is only Googled three times more than “How to hire a contractor”
Podcast by ASHI – Inspect that foreclosure!
Ah the American dream. The hope that some saved investment money will yield more for you when your dreams become reality. You’ve spent hours watching the so called “Flip shows” on the DIY network and your burning desire is to be the next great guru of homes. The paint! The pretty fixtures! Everyone else is doing it so it can’t be that hard! When all the dust has settled along comes the Home Inspector ready to essentially score your pet project.