Cracks in your drywall and ceiling may seem like a scary thing to stumble upon, but they’re not always cause for concern. However, while some cracking may be natural and more of an eyesore than a home hazard, others may be a sign of a bigger structural crevice. Here’s how you can tell the difference:
If you’re like countless other homeowners, you might be considering a deck installation. Decks can greatly increase the value of your property, as well as provide a comfortable space for entertaining outdoors. While you’re still in the planning stages, you’ll need to consider several factors, such as your budget, available space and the type of deck material you want to use. You’ll usually choose between wood decking and composite decking.
Today more and more homeowners are implementing high-end, luxury bathrooms into their homes. What was once an afterthought in terms of design, is now all the rage. From large open showers with multiple shower heads to soak tubs and saunas, bathrooms are sure getting a modern upgrade.
When remodeling it’s always a good idea to go into the process with some understanding of the materials and fixtures you’ll want to implement. While determining the overall look of your remodel is important, materials may be even more so, depending on the room that’s being remodeled. For example, before you jump into a bathroom remodel there’s a lot to think about when it comes to the materials. From shower tiles and flooring to bathroom vanities and countertops, you’ll want materials that will stand up to constant steaming, splashing and scrubbing without showing wear–something non-porous. Here are some great nonporous options when it comes to shower tile and bathroom floors.
When it comes to your kitchen, the countertops are one of the most important aspects of your design. Often times it can be the focal point of the room, or the design inspiration for the rest of your kitchen remodel. With so many countertop choices out there it can be difficult to narrow it down to the one. Here’s a list of the most popular kitchen countertop materials in kitchen remodels today.
When most people think of remodeling a home, they consider how they want their home to look. By investing in accommodating features and inclusive design, you can have a home that is both attractive and accessible. Incorporating principles of universal design will provide lasting benefits.
There is nothing quite like the sensation of stepping out of a luxurious, steamy hot bath or shower and onto an icy cold floor – it is just like getting out of a comfy warm bed first thing in the morning and walking in the bathroom barefooted, quickly becoming fully awake at the shock of the electrifying chill felt under your feet. Heated flooring helps make the bathroom the relaxing place it should be; those who are into the at-home spa experience might find this feature especially attractive.
There was once a time when homeowners did not have many options to choose from when selecting a kitchen range hood, but those days are no more. Welcome to the future, where kitchen ventilation is as much of a key style element in any remodeling job as would be the countertop or backsplash. The possibilities are near endless – a fact which may be challenging to those who have trouble deciding on the look they want, but exciting to those who once had to worry that the design of their new kitchen would be thrown off by the inclusion of a visually unappealing range hood. Now your kitchen remodel can be all you ever wanted to it be and more.
Kitchen remodels can be intimidating, from making structural changes to selecting all of the fixtures and design elements there are a lot of decisions to be made. However as professional remodelers, we’re here to help. At Carson Richard Kitchen and Bath we’ve got you covered from the prep work and design to the final installation. Before our work begins though, there are four questions you must ask yourself.
Remodeling a bathroom that’s not only outdated, but small poses some challenges. However, with some creativity and modern design techniques a beautiful bathroom oasis can be implemented into your small space. There are just a few things to keep in mind before going into this renovation: space, functionality and impact.