Blog Categories: Home Improvement

Home Values Go Through The Ceiling

Homeowners should be cautious in their selection of home improvements in terms of their ability to attract buyers and improve their homes’ value. In 2011, U.S. homeowners recouped 58 cents for each remodeling dollar spent, on average, compared with a 76% return on new projects in 2005. Of course, some […]

What Do You Consider Affordable?

One measure that experts use to gauge housing affordability is known as the “Median Multiple,” which is the annual pre-tax median house price divided by the median household income. Generally speaking, in the decades following the Second World War, a ratio below 3.0 has been considered to be the benchmark […]

Saving Money with Salvaged Building Materials

Salvaged building materials allow you to improve your home inexpensively—but might require an extra investment of time and energy. Still there are some parts on the house that should be kept in perfect condition. I mean foundation of the house. If you need a reliable contractor, contact Dallas Foundation Repair to […]

7 Ways to Have an Eco-Friendly Christmas

With a few conscious choices, your merry Christmas can also be an eco-friendly Christmas. 1. Light up with LEDs. LED lights use at least 75% less energy than conventional holiday decorations, according to Energy Star. That saves the average family about $50 on energy bills during the holiday, says Avital […]

Which home improvements give the best payback?

If you’re thinking about remodeling your kitchen, or finishing your basement, you probably want to get your investment back when you sell your home. Unfortunately in most situations you are not going make back all the money spent, ask professionals here about any home construction or renovation projects to know […]