Nationally speaking, home sales have declined from the hyper highs of recent years and interest rates have risen along with the remodeling costs of labor and materials. Experts predict these factors will slow the remodeling frenzy, but practical remodeling will keep its foothold.
Here are some tips to keep your home cool this summer that don’t involve just adding on more air conditioning power.
Say hello to your beautifully lit and comfortable home – these are styles we love from Lumenarea in Longmont.
Resurfacing with Miracle Method saves up to 70 percent compared to tearing out and replacing your countertops, bathtubs, tile walls or showerpans.
The flooring product that’s flying off the shelves at Family Carpet One Floor & Home in Longmont is luxury vinyl plank in hardwood or tile patterns.
Are you looking for a one-of-a-kind hardwood accent to make your living, dining or hallway space more memorable?
Homeowners have plenty of options when it comes to financing new kitchen remodel, spiffed-up bathroom design, new mud room or added wing.
Thanks to firms like Rodwin Architecture, sustainability comes standard in today’s residential design/build
From biophilic design to reclaimed materials, here are the top trends that will make your home an earthy delight.
Now is the best time to think about the furnace—that way, when winter comes, it will run quietly, reliably and efficiently.
For those looking to refinish and refresh their kitchens and bathrooms, Brian and Lynne Weber of Miracle Method of Boulder offers a solution that is both time-efficient and available at a reasonable cost.
If you’re thinking of replacing your traditional hot water heating tank, you’ve probably heard about tankless heaters. But is it right for you?
RenoFi offers a different approach: Homeowners can borrow up to 90 percent of their home’s after-renovation value.
In Colorado and its fellow Mountain Region states, homeowners recoup considerably more of their costs for some home improvements than others.