In the real estate world, there are two types of home renovations: those that increase the home value and those that don't. Some renovations are just for the enjoyment of the owner, like painting children's rooms in favorite colors. But for big-ticket items, it's always a good idea to choose home improvements that both make you happy and significantly increase the resale value of your home. Whether you're crafting a dream home or flipping properties, it pays to understand renovation ROI.
A new year and a new decade are upon us. That means that among the many changes we'll see in the next several months, we can expect to see a transition to new and innovative home design trends. In some cases, this may include a callback to classic styles; in others, we may discern a desire to reconnect with the warmth of nature.
Whatever the case may be, here are some trends that are sure to be in vogue for 2020, (as well as some fads that are on the run from the fashion police):
Summer is passing us by and fall is fast approaching. The beautiful season will be here before you know it. Before the leaves begin to fall and the weather starts to cool down, you should be thinking about how you're going to keep up your home. Cold and unpredictable weather can take a toll on your home if it isn't properly maintained, especially if you live in an area with brutal winters.
You want to keep your home in tip-top shape for the cooler months, but maybe you're not sure what to do. Don't worry, we're here to help. In this post, we'll walk you through what you need to do to take care of your home during the fall.
Natural light always makes a home look larger and more inviting. However, the more light you allow in your home, the more the risk of overexposure to the sun. Solar gain, heat loss and UV infiltration will always be issues when you have natural light coming through your windows. Low-e windows help solve those issues.