Learn about a government backed loan program called a 203k rehabilitation mortgage to make those needed home improvements. Repair inefficient leaky windows & doors, roof shot or shingles missing, kitchen or bathroom looking sad and tired? Maybe your house needs to be remodeled and made ADA accessible for an aging parent that is moving in, or you know that there is no way that it can make it through another winter or summer comfortably paying ever rising utility costs.
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Summertime is the busy season for home improvement
While American consumers remain in bargain shopping moods, indications are that 2011 will offer opportunity for the remodeling industry.
A 2010 nationwide Angie’s List poll showed most members are planning home improvements. On average, those plans call for projects that will cost nearly 5 percent of
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Everyone who begins the remodeling process has visions of the “dream” home they’ll have when it’s completed. Few, however, give much thought to the dust and dirt, noise, inconveniences, scheduling delays, and slight problems, which will need to be dealt with along the way. These elements are part and parcel of any remodeling job and every client needs to be realistic and accept the fact that there will be some inconveniences.
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Are you faced with making the decision to move an aging parent or loved one into your home?
How can you make a greater, immediate return-on-investment (ROI) for an ADA compliant Master Suite home room addition to your home? What is an excellent way to justify the expense? How can you keep more money
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