I guess you could say I’ve been involved in-home improvement projects quite often in my life. At this very minute my husband is finishing the drywall in our living room, and will soon be painting it. While it’s great to see the finished product, the process can be very messy.
When you are installing new cabinets yourself. Start with the top set first. This way you will have plenty of room underneath to stand and navigate as you hang the top ones. The bottom set are much easier to install as there is no holding up a heavy cabinet while it gets screwed in.
There’s no need to go overboard with costs when you are remodeling a bathroom. Even a small amount of money can help turn a project into a huge impact. Replace the mirror, your light fixture, toilet roll holders, or anything of that nature. It will also improve things if you add a fresh coat of paint. Your bathroom is going to look like new without making you broke in the process.
If you decide to remodel your bathroom, it’s a good idea to make sure that it is handicap-accessible. This conversion can be done in stages if cost is a concern, and will save a lot of headache if you live in your current home until you die. When you sell the house, these things are going to boost your home’s resale value on the market.
We have a home which is over 100 years old and updating it has been an ongoing process over the past five years. We have a new dining room, two new bathrooms and half of a new kitchen. Recently, my husband installed four new windows and put new siding on half of the house. I can’t wait for the whole thing to be done!…