Home remodelling is exciting! You’re going to be giving your living space a brand-new look, a makeover! And we all…
There is a plethora of advice out there when it comes to the project planning and management of home renovations, but most of what you will find online is from the perspective of the homeowner. There’s nothing much when it comes to valuable advice for contractors.
We sparked up a conversation on one of the groups we belong to on Facebook called the Building, Renovating and DIY Forum. It’s an Australian based private group with a bunch of people from both spectrums of the renovation industry, including homeowners and contractors.
If ever you are looking for more space, whether for entertaining guests or an extra bedroom, converting your basement is an excellent idea.
Living in a big city like New York, San Francisco, or Los Angeles has many benefits. Living within such a creative hub full of life and energy is good for the soul. Just as vital for your wellbeing is an outdoor space. With city living comes limited space for gardens. Home improvement projects are as possible for apartments as they are for houses.
If you live in an old house or are about to purchase one, there are aesthetic aspects that may not be functional anymore. Specific features such as the flooring, the fireplace, and your period home’s beautiful bay windows are irreplaceable and add to the charm, but when it comes to home maintenance, components such as lights or plumbing may need to be replaced.
When it comes to planning permission for building a new home in the UK, it can become quite complicated. Here is a thorough guide which will give you the full lowdown on exactly how to acquire planning permission. Consider ours a summary.
As a project manager in the construction industry, your job is to keep a site running without problems, on schedule and within budget. Sometimes, it can be extremely challenging.