The first house my wife and I owned was brand spanking new – right out of the box. We walked in to fresh paint, clean carpets, new appliances and a cute little covered porch right off the back door. Everything was so perfect…so new. We had no home remodeling costs to speak of. - See more at: http://luke1428.stfi.re/a-beginners-guide-to-home-remodeling-costs/?sf=okydeyg#aa

Where to Start Remodeling

If you are new to home ownership and have a remodeling to-do list a mile long, you may be confused on where to start. Many would suggest starting with those projects that will bring the best return or create the most value for the money you spend on it.

- See more at: http://luke1428.stfi.re/a-beginners-guide-to-home-remodeling-costs/?sf=okydeyg#aa

Where to Start Remodeling

If you are new to home ownership and have a remodeling to-do list a mile long, you may be confused on where to start. Many would suggest starting with those projects that will bring the best return or create the most value for the money you spend on it.

- See more at: http://luke1428.stfi.re/a-beginners-guide-to-home-remodeling-costs/?sf=okydeyg#aa
Where to Start Remodeling
Where to Start Remodeling

Read more: http://luke1428.stfi.re/a-beginners-guide-to-home-remodeling-costs/?sf=okydeyg#aa

The first house my wife and I owned was brand spanking new – right out of the box. We walked in to fresh paint, clean carpets, new appliances and a cute little covered porch right off the back door. Everything was so perfect…so new. We had no home remodeling costs to speak of. - See more at: http://luke1428.stfi.re/a-beginners-guide-to-home-remodeling-costs/?sf=okydeyg#aa
Hope for your financial life and beyond

A Beginner’s Guide to Home Remodeling Costs

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The first house my wife and I owned was brand spanking new – right out of the box. We walked in to fresh paint, clean carpets, new appliances and a cute little covered porch right off the back door. Everything was so perfect…so new. We had no home remodeling costs to speak of.

home remodeling costsA few years and two kids later we decided it was time for some more space, so we moved into our second (and still current) home.

While nice, this home was, well…not so new.

The carpet was bad, EVERYTHING in the kitchen was dated, the deck was falling apart and who could forget that rust-toned, orange paint in the hall bathroom.

Of course we were thankful for finding a home to fit our growing family needs. But we knew changes to the home were in order…starting with the hideous orange bathroom.

Once the bathroom paint was satisfactory to our eyes, we set out creating a home projects to-do list. Needless to say it became quite long. In fact, 12 years later several of the projects on that list (like finishing the basement) have not been completed.

But in that time we have incurred some major home remodeling costs for our various projects including:

  • painting all the rooms in the house (some more than once)
  • remodeling our kitchen with new tile, appliances and countertop
  • updating our master bathroom with new tile, tub, shower and vanities
  • installing hardwood floors on the main level and new carpet for the upstairs
  • rebuilding the two-story deck
  • installing more energy efficient windows
  • replacing our roof
  • painting the exterior of the house
  • finishing our garage and installing two new garage doors

It has been fun transforming this place into “our home.” It’s taken some time and a good amount of money but it’s now very pleasing to our eyes.

- See more at: http://luke1428.stfi.re/a-beginners-guide-to-home-remodeling-costs/?sf=okydeyg#aa
Hope for your financial life and beyond

A Beginner’s Guide to Home Remodeling Costs

 10

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 1147  0

 

The first house my wife and I owned was brand spanking new – right out of the box. We walked in to fresh paint, clean carpets, new appliances and a cute little covered porch right off the back door. Everything was so perfect…so new. We had no home remodeling costs to speak of.

home remodeling costsA few years and two kids later we decided it was time for some more space, so we moved into our second (and still current) home.

While nice, this home was, well…not so new.

The carpet was bad, EVERYTHING in the kitchen was dated, the deck was falling apart and who could forget that rust-toned, orange paint in the hall bathroom.

Of course we were thankful for finding a home to fit our growing family needs. But we knew changes to the home were in order…starting with the hideous orange bathroom.

Once the bathroom paint was satisfactory to our eyes, we set out creating a home projects to-do list. Needless to say it became quite long. In fact, 12 years later several of the projects on that list (like finishing the basement) have not been completed.

But in that time we have incurred some major home remodeling costs for our various projects including:

  • painting all the rooms in the house (some more than once)
  • remodeling our kitchen with new tile, appliances and countertop
  • updating our master bathroom with new tile, tub, shower and vanities
  • installing hardwood floors on the main level and new carpet for the upstairs
  • rebuilding the two-story deck
  • installing more energy efficient windows
  • replacing our roof
  • painting the exterior of the house
  • finishing our garage and installing two new garage doors

It has been fun transforming this place into “our home.” It’s taken some time and a good amount of money but it’s now very pleasing to our eyes.

- See more at: http://luke1428.stfi.re/a-beginners-guide-to-home-remodeling-costs/?sf=okydeyg#aa
Hope for your financial life and beyond

A Beginner’s Guide to Home Remodeling Costs

 10

 0
 
 1147  0

 

The first house my wife and I owned was brand spanking new – right out of the box. We walked in to fresh paint, clean carpets, new appliances and a cute little covered porch right off the back door. Everything was so perfect…so new. We had no home remodeling costs to speak of.

home remodeling costsA few years and two kids later we decided it was time for some more space, so we moved into our second (and still current) home.

While nice, this home was, well…not so new.

The carpet was bad, EVERYTHING in the kitchen was dated, the deck was falling apart and who could forget that rust-toned, orange paint in the hall bathroom.

Of course we were thankful for finding a home to fit our growing family needs. But we knew changes to the home were in order…starting with the hideous orange bathroom.

Once the bathroom paint was satisfactory to our eyes, we set out creating a home projects to-do list. Needless to say it became quite long. In fact, 12 years later several of the projects on that list (like finishing the basement) have not been completed.

But in that time we have incurred some major home remodeling costs for our various projects including:

  • painting all the rooms in the house (some more than once)
  • remodeling our kitchen with new tile, appliances and countertop
  • updating our master bathroom with new tile, tub, shower and vanities
  • installing hardwood floors on the main level and new carpet for the upstairs
  • rebuilding the two-story deck
  • installing more energy efficient windows
  • replacing our roof
  • painting the exterior of the house
  • finishing our garage and installing two new garage doors

It has been fun transforming this place into “our home.” It’s taken some time and a good amount of money but it’s now very pleasing to our eyes.

- See more at: http://luke1428.stfi.re/a-beginners-guide-to-home-remodeling-costs/?sf=okydeyg#aa