A remodeling professional in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, has taken charge of a refinishing a small country farmhouse.
If a homeowner is looking for a reliable and durable flooring material, he or she may be surprised to learn that concrete is a viable option. The flooring material is not typically found in kitchens and living spaces, but it offers even more benefits that traditional options and doesn't have to be cold and unattractive.
The Orizon condominium complex at 21 Lonsdale Avenue in North Vancouver is attracting many potential buyers.
The housing market is still under recovery following the bust of the mid-2000s.
Winter is almost over - even if Punxsutawney Phil somewhat got the date wrong for most of the U.S. - and you know that that means. Spring is upon us and all of the dirt, mud and sand that comes with it. As the snow melts and the rain showers begin, it's almost impossible to keep a home clean with everyone tracking dirt and grime in - unless you have a mudroom.
Homeowners renovating their bathroom often consider the pros and cons of selecting one material for the flooring over another.
Regardless of whether an individual is a new homeowner who has just purchased a property or has owned his or her house for a few years now, there are always projects requiring attention.
It's not a surprise that many homeowners are looking to save money whenever they can. After all, the recession impacted most people's back accounts and made everyone just a bit more cautious about spending.
As the real estate market continues to recover from the housing bust of the mid-2000s, more homeowners than ever are turning toward smaller properties that feature high-quality materials and features.
Homeowners who are building a new house or remodeling a room are faced with the challenge of selecting floor materials for every room in the house.