There's nothing better than spending time outdoors on a perfectly new deck. Whether you're planning to tear out your old deck or construct a deck where no deck exists right now, you'll need to know the costs associated with this kind of home improvement project. Knowing how much a deck costs can help you budget for the project and get started with the financing if it's needed.
It may be spring now, but summer is just around the corner. Spring cleaning, landscaping, deck addition and other late spring projects can help prepare your home for entertaining, gardening and outdoor living. Our summer home improvement projects list ranges from inexpensive to mid-range in cost, so even homeowners with limited budgets can upgrade and make repairs as needed. At Litchfield Builders, we help Connecticut homeowners make improvements to their property. To find out more about how you can get started on home improvement projects, download your free home remodeling checklist today!
See how you can get the best return on investment from your next home remodel by knowing exactly what to expect and how to prepare.
Summer is approaching quickly! Now is the time to think about starting your home improvement and remodeling projects. These 7 summer remodeling projects will improve the experience of living in your home while also boosting your home's property value.
In winter, starting a remodeling or construction project is usually the last thing on the minds of home and business owners, primarily because of the weather. Many property owners cringe at the idea of removing walls or having muddy and snowy tracks dragged through their home or business and assume that outdoor remodeling is not a possibility.
Spring is in the air and the remodeling bug is buzzing. In fact, the National Association of Homebuilders’ Remodeling Market Index (RMI) is at an all-time high. If the renovations bug has bitten you, follow these 5 steps to prepare for your experience with spring remodeling in Connecticut:
As heavy snow continues to plague much of the country, both residential and commercial property owners are becoming concerned with the threat of winter roof collapses. This may remind you and your neighbors of the winter of 2011.