surviving home renovation projects
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surviving home renovation projects

Home remodeling is an exciting and horrifying thing to go through. Yes, you want everything to look as you want it to, but do you really want to go through the process to make it look that way? Probably not. My blog is all about surviving a renovation project in your home. You will learn tips that will make it an easier process for your entire family. I have even included some easy to follow instructions for creating a make-shift kitchen to help you survive kitchen renovations without getting to know the pizza delivery guy more than you should.

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  • Converting Your Tub To A Shower To Makeover Your Bathroom With A Custom Design

    16 November 2020

    Bathtub shower conversions can be a great investment to makeover a small bathroom. There are many benefits to changing the old tub to a shower. The shower in your small bathroom will be a lot safer and help give you a more modern and open design. The following tub-to-shower conversion design ideas will help you give your bathroom a custom makeover: Removing the Old Tub The tub has to be removed from the bathroom before you can start the next steps in the conversion.

  • Why You Might Want Cork Flooring For Your Bathroom Remodeling Project

    15 October 2020

    If you're getting ready to remodel your bathroom, you probably have your new tub, vanity, and toilet picked out. You might even have shower tiles and colors chosen. However, you might be stuck when it comes to bathroom flooring. Bathroom flooring has many challenges since the room is often humid and the floor can get wet when you step out of the tub. You may want to consider cork flooring. Talk to your bathroom remodeling contractor about the suitability of cork for your project.

  • How To Improve Your Home's Protection And Prevent Interior Moisture Intrusion

    8 August 2018

    As a homeowner one of the worst problems you can deal with is a moisture leak and water damage in your home's interior. Water leaks and moisture damage can lead to mold and mildew problems along with destruction to many furnishings, books, and carpeting. Here are two improvements you can make to your home to keep its interior dry and free of moisture intrusion and leaks. Replace and Update Your Roof Gutter Drainage

  • 4 Tips for Painting Your Kitchen

    19 January 2017

    If you're doing some remodeling around your home, you may want to start with the kitchen. This is the area where you might spend a great deal of time and work to make the space as usable and cozy as possible. One effective way to alter your kitchen area without breaking the bank is by giving it a new paint job. Of course, this will require the right type of paint and some tips to enable you to get the job done with ease.

  • Hire A Contractor To Make Your Master Bathroom Feel Roomier

    7 December 2016

    When you have a small master bathroom and you want to make it roomier, one option is to hire a contractor to tear out one of the bathroom's walls and expand it into the adjacent room. If your home isn't conducive to this type of work or you don't have the budget for this renovation, there are a number of simple ways that your contractor can make the bathroom feel larger without actually changing the square footage.