Options & Upgrades – Tips to Help You Select!

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Whether lived in or brand new, your home is your sanctuary. For that matter alone, we take the time  and spend the money to make sure every single interior and exterior detail reflect our personality. Full of ideas but unsure where to start? Consider these useful tips to get you going in the right direction!

START IN THE KITCHEN

The kitchen is the heart of the home. Known for being the most popular spot in the house, it’s no wonder this room has so many memories. Pay close attention to appliances and cabinets – these are the main focal points and what the eye are initially drawn to.

THERE CAN NEVER BE TOO MUCH LIGHT

Lighting, apart from being vital to every day life, aesthetically adds to the atmosphere and mood of your home. Key rooms to keep lighted are the kitchen and bathrooms.

WALK WAYS

Flooring is key to the look and feel of a home. Focus on the living room and the kitchen, as these are the two much trafficked areas. Keep in mind, wood floors never seem to go out of style!

ENERGY EFFICIENCY

Saving on energy bills goes beyond specialized home appliances. Tank-less water heaters, plumbing, and air conditioning can make a huge difference almost immediately!

STORAGE

No one ever complains about having too much closet space. When deciding between upgrading a minimally used room versus adding more space, it’s a no-brainer.

ELECTRICITY

Not all upgrades have to be intricate and expensive. Simple things such as adding extra power outlets and ceiling fans to heavily occupied rooms can make life much more comfortable without costing a fortune!

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