Remodeling a bathroom can be one of the most valuable investments made to improve your home. Things such as enhanced beauty, reorganized space, modernization, and overall improved equity are just a few of the positives that can come from a renewed decor. But, like with any remodeling job, there are some pitfalls involved in redoing
One of the most important – and often overlooked – benefits of remodeling a kitchen is the improved workflow that can come from a new design. The kitchen is one of the central gathering and entertaining spots in a home, but homeowners tend to overlook that its primary function is to prepare meals. When your
So, you're planning on adding an addition onto your home but have no idea where to start... Well, you're in luck because we, here at MDV Remodeling, are going to walk you though each stage of the process over the course of the next three weeks in our 3-part blog series, Planning a Home Addition.
Remodeling a finished or unfinished basement is a great way to add value, space and comfort to your home. Basements are ideal for casual social activities for the whole family, just for the kids or just for the guys. It's the perfect spot for the big screen TV, pool table, and to stash board games
Last week, we talked about the beginning stages of planning for a home addition – the importance of researching, planning and setting a budget. You have a clear goal in mind, a budget set and your research yielded several ideas that you want to include in your new addition. Well, today we're going to talk
Last week, we talked about the questions to consider when planning and executing a home addition – questions like added value, zoning issues, aesthetics and choosing a contractor. Now that you have a clear goal in mind, a budget set and your most of your questions have been answered, it's to address the last one
Although is it commonplace to see a garage attached to new homes, if you are looking to add a garage onto your home there are some distinct advantages to adding on a detached garage. Although the ability to get from the house to the car, and back again, without having to face inclement weather is
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, multi-generational households have become more and more prevalent in the United States, having risen nearly 30% between 2000 and 2010. Things such as lost retirement nest eggs, longer lifespans, and the cost of assisted living have all contributed to this rise in shared-living. In a recent AARP survey of