Here in Minnesota, the mornings are getting just a little bit chillier and the evenings a little bit darker. Depending on where you live, the aroma of fire pits and fireplaces fills the nighttime air. Eventually your plants will come inside before the first frost. It’s inevitable. It’s coming.
There is really no magic number of years to how long a roof will last. Quality of products, the contractor you hire, the weather environments you live in and some other factors are all variable in the lives that your roof will afford you. If you’ve made it to the 15 or 20 year mark, then consider yourself vested and it’s time to make some changes.
A home remodel can be really exciting. You have saved forever and defined your budget in each category and now your mind begins to wander with all the brilliant ideas that will make your home exactly what you always wanted. But one of the biggest oversights that people have when beginning a remodel project is considering other “people” that live in the home.
How do you define comfort in your home? Does your kitchen and bathroom spaces have enough ventilation? Are dangerous particles being filtered out of the air? Do you have enough light filtering into your home? When thinking about remodeling or building a new home, you shouldn’t compromise on wellness. Here’s a few ways to be healthy and comfortable in your home.
The excitement of the new year coming creates a buzz around the latest design trends inside the construction and interior design industries. Colors, hardware and gadgets that can transform a home from ordinary to extraordinary will tantalize the mind. Your tastes may change and trends may come and go, but high quality materials and smart design ideas are everlasting. Here are few ideas for the new year.