Any time you undertake a major project that involves multiple different players, you run the risk of potential challenges related to logistics and personnel. Home remodeling is no exception.
The time has come to expand your home to accommodate your current lifestyle and what you envision for the coming years. However, before simply adding on a new bathroom, kitchen, or workspace, there are several important steps that can help set up your project for success.
Philadelphia’s ubiquitous row houses provide affordable, convenient living for many families, but their narrow design create a particular set of parameters when it comes time for a remodel.
It’s a well-known fact that family life changes over time as children age, working from home, or you assume care for an older parent. As a result, your space needs also shift in order to maintain a comfortable life.
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A kitchen renovation is truly the most effective catalyst for improving how your family functions together. Here in Philadelphia, most houses were built long before best practice design rules for families who live in and around their kitchens.
There's good reasons that people like to remodel their kitchens every 10 to 15 years. Kitchens have been steadily transitioning from a single user, task & storage function to become the most active and important family area in the house, a showpiece of the home and often one of the first places that guests congregate when they come to visit.
Budgeting & Selection of Countertops for Your Renovation
In our neighborhoods, outdoor space is at a premium. If you want more sun and open air in your life, you should consider your options for a rooftop deck.
If you are like many homeowners we speak with, you have hundreds of square feet lying unused beneath your feet. That could be an a easy fix for a ton of Philadelphia and Main Line basements.