Whether you are building a new home or remodeling an existing structure, you probably want to consider including a few of the latest elements in hot home design trends.
Whether you just bought a home, or you are thinking about sprucing up your house to increase its value, it’s wise to pick projects that deliver the most bang for your buck. Typically, the residual value after a home improvement project is completed is only about 64.3% of the overall project's cost. So, how much you increase your home’s value depends on what improvements you choose.
If buying new carpeting is on your to-do list, you may think you are prepared and know exactly what you want to buy - that is, until you head to the showroom and see all the options available.
Girls Incorporated of New Hampshire is one step closer to a new look for their Nashua building thanks to VeraniCARES. Margherita Verani, CEO of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Verani Realty, stopped by to meet with Cathy Duffy, CEO of Girls Inc. and deliver a $10,000 donation.
With winter in full force, some homeowners might be feeling a draft as they sit by the window or noticing condensation and frost on the window panes. These aren’t just signs of a classic New England winter - they’re actually signs to homeowners that their first spring home improvement project must be replacing those old windows. Over time, many parts of your home will eventually need to be replaced and your windows are no exception. Aside from staying warm, there are multiple reasons why it’s worth it to invest in new windows.
The weather outside may be frightful, so you need to be prepared. Winter in New England often means storm systems that bring heavy snow and freezing winds. It means power may be lost, sometimes for extended periods of time, and roads may not be passable. A wise homeowner takes the time to prepare for these unpredictable events.
“Hindsight is 20/20” is a saying that some homebuyers may strongly agree with, especially after moving into their new home and discovering a few unexpected surprises. From noisy neighbors to restrictions on future renovations, it pays to know the details before you buy.