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Planning Bathroom Remodeling Costs

Nov 14, 2013 No Comments by

The bathroom is one of the most expensive rooms to re-do per square foot. Because its functionality is so complex, remodelers usually end up spending a hefty chunk of their budget on labor costs—although the finished products (toilets, sinks, etc.) are expensive too. To help you plan your budget, HomeServiceWorld offers the following guidelines and […]

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How to Save on a Kitchen Remodel

Jul 22, 2013 No Comments by

Kitchen remodels are one of the most effective ways to increase the value of your home and are therefore a great return of investment. The kitchen is one of the first rooms—if not the first room—that potential homebuyers look at when assessing your home. However, to get the most bang for your buck, follow this […]

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Why You Can Get the BEST DEAL on Roofing Work This Spring

Apr 30, 2013 No Comments by

Don’t wait any longer to fix your roof—otherwise you may miss the best opportunity in years to snag a great deal. Multitudes of homeowners have already visited a roofing estimates provider, such as Home Service World, to get huge savings from a trusted contractor in their area. Now, late spring of 2013, is the best […]

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Choosing Roofing Materials for Hot Climates

Mar 18, 2013 No Comments by

A roof is a huge investment that adds value to your home—in addition to keeping you safe and dry—so selecting the right roofing material is a weighty decision. Cost shouldn’t be the only factor you consider though; the climate you live in plays an important role in determining how long your roof will last and […]

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What Defines a Great Contractor?

Jan 28, 2013 No Comments

A truly great contractor understands your home improvement needs, listens to you, and has the skills and licensed experience to get the job done right. Before you decide on a contractor, you should take these factors into consideration along with affordability in order to avoid problems during and after the work is completed.   Hiring […]

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5 Renovations that May Decrease Your Home’s Value

Jan 16, 2013 No Comments

Homeowners are often surprised to learn that not all home improvement projects will add value to their homes—no matter how much they may personally enjoy them. The five projects listed below are not likely to provide the return on investment needed to make them worthwhile.   Customized Additions or Renovations – Adding an extra bathroom […]

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The Perils of Going Without Permits and Licensed Builders

Jan 04, 2013 No Comments

The DIY philosophy adopted by many current and potential homeowners is admirable and often cost-effective. But there are some instances when DIY can leave your home dreams DOA – dead on arrival. There are certain things homeowners should never do to save money: namely, going about a build or addition without the necessary permits and […]

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How a Natural Disaster Could Stimulate the Construction Industry

Nov 14, 2012 No Comments

Hurricanes, tropical storms, and tornados are natural disasters that can have cataclysmic consequences for homeowners. For those who lose some, most, or even all of their possessions and property in a natural disaster, trying to find anything positive amid the ruin can be impossible. But as profoundly unfortunate as these events can be on individuals, […]

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