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Tag: Refurbishing

8 Targets To Fulfill While Remodeling And Refurbishing The Home

While home renovations do appear like a sweet dream with all the benefits, they are hard to accomplish. Consider the pitfalls and the problems that could arise besides the large expense involved. Listing what could be the outcome of such an adventure, be better prepared.

Expenses exceed budgets

Prices are always rising and diverse businesses have a variety of rates. While planning, all the features may not be included. Transportation expenses are an example. After work commences, several items get added to the list. Maintain a buffer budget because many homeowners end up spending 35% more than the original estimate.

Noisy environment

If the rectification and installation work takes place around the family in their presence, be prepared for hellish noise all day long. The result would be stressed headaches and headphones are necessary. Identify a part of the home that will be somewhat free of disturbances. Find refuge there … Read More

Home Remodeling & Refurbishing With Electric Radiant Infrared Heat Units

A perfect solution to adding heat to a home during a construction or addition project is using radiant ceramic flat panel electric infrared heaters. They are cost effective, efficient, eco-friendly, and a primary heat source of comfortable absorbing heat. They even warm the floor! This solution is applicable whether building an addition on a home, adding a three season glass enclosure or patio enclosure, remodeling a home, or refurbishing an older home. These units are the perfect solution for homes that have that one room that never stays warm enough.

So the question is how does this apply to the construction and refurbishing industry of older homes, home with additions being built, or green home construction? Using electric radiant infrared flat ceramic panels offers a dual benefit. The first is to bring heat to additions being built without running new tin and without the worry of the current furnace being … Read More