Mike Hunt

Aging In Place: 3 Target Areas To Make Your Home Fit Your Needs

Many people want to stay in their home as long as possible, but have yet considered how their home will adapt to their change in needs. There are several areas of your home you may want to consider remodeling well before the situation becomes urgent. Kitchen A versatile addition to many kitchens would be an adjustable-height island or at least one with varying heights. This way, whether you are sitting (either in a wheelchair or on a stool) or standing, the island can remain accessible for virtually anyone in the home. Read More 

4 Ways To Protect Your Finished Basement With The Right Drainage And Waterproofing Systems

Basement foundations are vulnerable to problems with moisture and water damage from flooding. Therefore, you want to make sure you have all the right systems to protect your home from costly water damage problems. With the right upgrades, your basement will be dry and will not need costly water damage repairs. Here are some of the things that you can do to protect your home from the water with the right basement waterproofing and drainage systems: Read More 

Worried Over An Aging Bathroom? 3 Reasons To Schedule A Plumber Visit

When it's been a long time since you've had your bathroom updated, it may be time for you to look into the changes that you can make so that it feels more modern and put together. Instead of rushing into remodeling your bathroom, it's vital for you to consider exactly which changes will make the biggest difference in making your bathroom feel up to date. The best place to start with remodeling your bathroom is to have a plumber visit your home to see what kinds of updates can be made. Read More 

3 Reasons To Hire A Landscape Designer When You Move Into A New Construction Home

Moving into a new construction home has a lot of advantages, but the majority of new construction homes are built on dirt lots that are completely lacking in landscaping. If you're moving into a new construction home, you can opt to take on all of the landscaping on your own, but it is highly recommended that you hire a professional landscape designer to assist you. Working with a landscape designer will greatly increase the likelihood of you being completely satisfied and happy with the final results. Read More 

Renovate The Old Home Or Buy A New One?

During the years when both families and careers are expanding, many homeowners will have to decide whether they should renovate and enlarge the current home or buy a larger, new home. If your family is beginning to feel cramped and uncomfortable in your current home, this problem may be one that you and your spouse or partner are discussing on a regular basis. While there is no definitive right or wrong answer, it is possible to look at some factors and see which decision is probably better for your individual situation. Read More