Recent Remodeling Costs Articles


10 Tips To Find A Remodeling Contractor You’ll Love

Posted by Laura Firszt | Feb 08, 2017

Happy Valentine’s Day! No, this isn’t a dating column, just a guide to navigating an often sticky personal connection – the one between you and the man or woman...

What to Do About a Sagging Ceiling

Posted by Mel Sherman | Jan 25, 2017

Look up. Is your ceiling sagging? A sagging ceiling is on its way towards collapsing, so it's best to deal with it before it does. If the ceiling comes down, it can cause serious...


Bathroom Remodel: How Toilet Installation Affects Cost

Posted by Laura Firszt | Jan 11, 2017

Bathroom remodeling is one of America’s favorite home improvement projects. And no wonder. The bathroom is a small space with a big impact … and perhaps a price tag to...


Declutter Homeowner Documents - Keep Only What You Need

Posted by Laura Firszt | Jan 08, 2017

Decluttering is one of those “gotta do it” tasks that almost everybody dreads … and sorting through piles of paperwork related to homeownership is one of the hardest...


What A Digital Home Inventory Is And Why You Need One

Posted by Laura Firszt | Nov 29, 2016

Time was, a safe deposit box at the bank was THE place to store important documents like the deed to your house and your home insurance policy. Folks also used dial telephones and...

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Stone Countertops Add Amazing Kitchen Remodel Style

Posted by Laura Firszt | Nov 27, 2016

Are you planning to remodel your kitchen? Then you have a lot of decisions ahead of you. One of the most important is selecting the right countertop material. Kitchen countertops...

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The Dark Side of Home Improvement

Posted by Laura Firszt | Oct 31, 2016

Home improvement. It’s become an American obsession, judging by the popularity (and sheer numbers) of home improvement-themed TV shows like “This Old House,” “Fixer...


Real Estate: When Only One Partner Wants to Move

Posted by Laura Firszt | Sep 21, 2016

The couple's tension could have been cut with a knife. She wanted to sell; he didn’t. I was viewing a condo for sale, the lower half of a duplex which included an unfinished...