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January 2017

7 Easy Ways To Budget Bathroom and Kitchen Remodeling Costs

Most property owners are happy to find that completing a kitchen or bathroom remodeling project is possible without going into debt or overspending. If you are planning such renovations, the following tips will help ensure that you enjoy satisfactory results: Create an Itemized Budget. Begin your project by determining the exact amount you can comfortably spend on each room you plan to remodel. However, make sure you allow a little “wiggle room” for unexpected expenses. Use Existing Plumbing. Some homeowners think that…

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How To: Modernize Your Tub and Shower

If you are planning home renovations this year, updating and modernizing your tub and shower are probably on your to do list. Below are some tips to help you make the best choices for all your bathroom remodeling goals. Walk-In Rain-Style Showers. Walk-in rain style showers are a top choice among many consumers who want to modernize the bathroom. Most are designed with dual showerheads at opposite ends of a generous size space. They typically feature glass panels, which help maintain…

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Tips For Remodeling Your Master Bathroom

Designing your dream master bath takes time, planning, and skill. You want to get all of the features you desire, as well as a sleek final result that you’ll enjoy for years to come. Here are some bathroom remodeling tips to help you get started: Set your budget. Setting up the budget is the first step in the planning process before tackling any remodel. There are many factors to consider, like labor costs and materials. Decide whether you need to move…

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Tips For Making Bathroom Remodeling A New Year Resolution

As a new year rolls around, many people are making resolutions to get fit. However, it is the perfect time for home renovation. Bathroom remodeling can be a great place to begin. Here are a few tips to consider. Forget the Metal. Many glass shower doors are framed in heavy metal. This appears clunky and often becomes grimy. A better alternative is a frameless design. It will provide a clean and crisp look that will not detract from your tile. Consider…

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