Argh! Someone is always in the bathroom! If so, it's time to add another bathroom to your home, and a bedroom or hall may be the perfect place. Here is what you need to consider before you get started:
1. Assess Feasibility
Whether you want to convert the kids' closet, the master bedroom closet or even a hall closet into a bathroom, you've got to think about feasibility. Surprisingly, this question is about location more than space – you can put a bathroom in even a very small closet.
When you're facing a long-distance relocation for a new job or promotion, planning your move can be exciting and stressful. You may be debating whether to rent an apartment or purchase a home, or deciding whether you should keep (or purchase) a car or rely on public transportation. However, there are a couple of factors that can heavily impact the financial success of your move. Read on for the two most important decisions when it comes to moving costs.
With the high cost of energy, you've probably spent more than a little time wondering if your home is as efficient as possible. Perhaps you've even considered having an HVAC company come in to conduct a home energy audit.
While this is certainly a good step to take if you're in the position to make improvements or upgrades, you can get a pretty good idea of how your home's energy use measures up without calling in the pros.
A beautiful custom table acts as a focal point for your dining room. Picking a standout design will ensure the table creates an inviting atmosphere and impresses your guests at first glance. Innovative designs available on the market today include inlays, hand carvings and natural cuts. The wood types and build techniques used for each table design option varies considerably to create the expected finish. Furthermore, each table is coated in a layer of lacquer or epoxy to protect its build for years to come.
Your gas furnace has kept your home warm for years—or possibly even decades. However, even with proper maintenance, your furnace will eventually develop problems that simply aren't worth fixing—and identifying these problems isn't always an easy task. Replace your furnace if you have any of these three problems:
Your Repair Costs Are Out Of Control
It's only viable to maintain your home appliances for so long before replacing them becomes a better use of your money.