- Interior Demolition
- Interior Demolition
Reusing, recycling, donating, and selling materials are all great ways to reduce the amount of waste generated during construction and demolition (C&D) projects. Reduce the amount of C&D debris you haul to the landfill to save money and help the environment.
If your home was built in the 1980s or earlier, there's a good chance your home contains some type of hazardous material, the most common types being asbestos and lead. If left undisturbed, these typically do not cause any health issues.
During the pandemic, we're spending more and more time in our homes and looking for ways to maximize or refresh our space. If your basement is unfinished or outdated, remodeling it is a great way to make the most out of the existing space in your home.
Interior demolition is typically a necessary first step when undertaking a home improvement or remodeling project, and researching on the internet to get an idea of how much your interior demolition project will cost can be a tricky task.
It may seem like warmer months are the obvious choice for having work done on your home, but there are several benefits to remodeling in the winter. Updated kitchens and baths are some of the most popular items on homebuyers’ checklists, providing great return on investment.
With more time at home due to stay-at-home orders issued during the spread of COVID-19, people across the country are tackling home improvement projects. Many of us are itching to freshen up our space after spending so much time inside, and now may be a great time to do so.
Because of the availability of information on the internet, more and more people are choosing to remodel parts of their home themselves, but this may not always be the best decision. Taking the DIY route can be very economical and practical for certain projects, but there are some projects best left to the pros.
Did you know that the average person spends roughly one-third of their life in their bedroom? Your bedroom is one of the most-used rooms in your home—it should be a place you enjoy spending time. Updating or remodeling your primary bedroom can create a personal oasis to enjoy, and it can also add value to your home.
When it comes to remodeling your home, or performing any interior demolition project, many homeowners ask, “When is the best time to do it?” The bottom line is: The best time is whenever you’re ready to do it! However, certain times of year are better than others in terms of cost-efficiency and ease of planning.
You did it—you saved up and bought a house! Or maybe your current house needs new life. Either way, it's time to remodel, and maybe you’re not sure where to start. Determining your desired color palette, design style, and budget—it’s a lot to take on! Start off on the right foot with a well-thought-out plan in hand.
Basement projects are notorious for going over budget. So often, homeowners start their basement remodel project without a clear idea of the end goal they want, which can lead to overspending. A budget often isn’t thoroughly considered before a project is started, and this can be the first mistake.
Is your current kitchen out-of-date, cramped, or just in need of an update? Maybe you’ve been wanting to update the cabinets, redo the countertops, or put in an island. Once you’ve decided what you want to do (or that you want to do something!), how do you go about getting started?
Remodeling your home is an excellent way to not only make the most of your home but also to increase its value and attract potential homebuyers when it comes time to sell. A complete home makeover isn't always necessary. Oftentimes, starting with one room makes a big difference.
Unless you are a qualified professional, taking on the framing, electrical, and plumbing work of a basement remodel is not recommended. Hiring a contractor is the first—and arguably the most important—step in the basement remodel process.
A finished basement increases your home’s value, provides you with additional living space and offers a great return on investment (ROI) when it comes to home improvement projects. So, how much does it cost to finish your basement?