Best Home Improvement Projects to Boost Resale Value – MainStreet
There are different… Stay Happy at Home with a Walk in Tub April 25, 2014 This article discusses safety walk in tub. First and foremost the safety walk in tub can provide a luxurious spa like experience for all who use it. This tub is very convenient because it is located in the home. http://www.examiner.com/home-improvement-in-san-diego
“People want them because a deck is part of the home now. It creates a zone that you want to hang out in.” Installing a real wood deck can recoup more than 80% of the costs when it comes to selling a home , Faires said. Owners who choose to use real wood such as redwood, cedar or Douglas fir, will discover it makes decks more valuable, compared to composite decking made out of recycled materials mixed with wood. “Wood is sustainable and is going to last for many years to come,” he said. http://www.mainstreet.com/article/real-estate/improvements/best-home-improvement-projects-boost-resale-value
The Marietta Daily Journal – Home improvement Marietta family featured on HGTV renovation show
<img src='http://i.imgur.com/y75hkyK.jpg' width='245px' alt='Melissa and Joe Durham, a local Marietta couple, will be featured on the HGTV show ‘Property Brothers’ tonight at 9 p.m. During production of their episode of the popular program, the Durhams posed for a photo with the Property Brothers themselves: Drew Scott, left, and Jonathan Scott, second from right.
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My husband saw on Facebook that Property Brothers was casting in the Atlanta area, so we applied, Durham said. We were selected in July (2013), bought our home in August and were finally able to move in by Thanksgiving. Durham said the shows producers wanted to make sure the family had the right mix of willingness to get dirty, personality and lack of home aesthetic. If the homes arent quite ugly enough, they might not pick you, Durham said. The fixer-upper home in east Cobb was renovated by the show from September through November. Former Marietta City Councilman Johnny Sinclair, who is a Harry Norman Realtor for the Cobb area, said he appreciates shows like Property Brothers. I have found theres not a lot of people looking for fixer-upper houses, so a program like Property Brothers shows people fixing up the house is not as overwhelming as people fear it can be, Sinclair said. http://www.mdjonline.com/pages/full_story/push?article-Home+improvement-+Marietta+family+featured+on+HGTV+renovation+show%20&id=25341333