How Much Does it Cost to Remodel Your Bathroom in Connecticut?

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

It’s great to visit sites such as houzz.com or bhg.com to “window shop” for ideas when you’re thinking about remodeling the bathroom in your Central Connecticut home. Maybe your goal is to make your bathroom bigger and better. Perhaps you’re just looking for an update.

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Tags: Bathroom Remodeling, Home Remodeling Cost

A Guide to Budgeting for Your Dream Remodel

Posted by Greg Kamens

Anytime homeowners in the Wallingford, CT area think about a Connecticut home renovation, one of the questions that comes up is if the planned improvement is worth the money invested. Before you worry about that you need to know exactly what you want to accomplish with your renovation project—and have a solid quote for the cost. Then, you need to address another, equally important question: what should you spend? Below, you'll find everything you need to know about budgeting for your dream remodel. 

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Tags: Choosing a Contractor, Finance & Budgeting, Home Remodeling Cost, Finding a Remodeler

What Does a Kitchen Remodel Cost in New Haven?

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

Kitchen renovations are great ways to increase the value of your home. For residents in New Haven, remodeling can also secure greater functionality for your conventional kitchens. Whether it’s new designs, appliances, or entire make-overs, kitchen remodels must be able to meet your needs within time and budget. Before undertaking a kitchen remodel or any remodeling projects, you must determine overall costs and value. Most kitchen remodels in Connecticut range between $15,000 to well over $100,000. This depends on your overall design scheme, along with time, labor, materials, and other essential factors. While the national averages for kitchen remodels were nearly $20,000, those figures have slightly increased in the last few years. 

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Tags: Kitchen Remodeling, Home Remodeling Cost

Every Connecticut homeowner should know about these 2 potential dangers in an older or historical home

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

New England is famous for the quaint antique homes that make up so many towns and neighborhoods. With built-in history and many with a “historical” designation, the charm almost can’t be contained. Some aspiring buyers move to the area just so they can live in such a home. But there is a darker side to the story.

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Tags: Home Renovations, Home Remodeling Cost, Building a Custom Home, Buying a New Home

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