Who has dreamed of having granite countertops?
Granite is one of the most beautiful things you can put in a room. It covers such a large and visible surface area, it’s like putting on a beautiful dress or suit.
What if that nice suit was durable enough to wear for gardening? That’s what it’s like to have granite counters. They are as beautiful and durable as everyone says.
However, are there any hidden problems or costs with granite? Can you ruin it? Does it need expensive upkeep that no one talks about?
Read on to find out.
Do you have dated kitchen cabinets, old appliances, and worn flooring? Does your kitchen’s lighting make it resemble a cave? Is it small and cramped, with room for only one person? These are all great reasons to consider a kitchen renovation.
There’s a reason the real estate adage: “kitchens sell homes” is so well-known. Your kitchen is the heart of your home. Gone are the days of tiny, closed-off kitchens or kitchens behind closed doors.
Want to spend more time outside in the comfort and privacy of your backyard?
Are you having trouble with the privacy aspect of your backyard oasis?
Do you have a beautiful backyard that you wish you could use more? Maybe you would use it as a second dining room in the warmer months, but it’s too difficult to bring everything outside.
Are you looking to maximize your outdoor space or make your backyard more accessible to more areas of your house?
Have you ever dreamed of walking out of your master bedroom onto a private deck? Or perhaps you want to connect your patio by the walkout basement with the kitchen on the main floor.
Who wants to walk needlessly around the house when a second story deck could easily connect the two? It might be time to consider this outdoor addition.
A deck is one of the most coveted pieces of a house. It’s a key selling-point, as long as it’s in good shape because it extends the “living space” of your home in two to three seasons of the year.
In addition, a deck can provide a safe and comfortable spot to sit outside and enjoy your yard, as well as house amenities like an outdoor kitchen, a pergola, or even a hot tub.
A deck also adds visual interest and dimension to the outside of your house. It gives any home a finished look.
Second-story Deck Advantages
A second-story deck can be even more advantageous.
Have you ever thought about adding garden or patio backyard structures to your house? Do you like the look of climbing plants on your house but don’t want to compromise your siding?
Are you looking to add more space to your house without an addition? Do you want more light and more sitting room in your living space? Maybe it’s time to install a new bow or bay window!
The Difference Between a Bay Window and a Bow Window