One of the biggest home renovation challenges can be creating space in a small, main bath where no space actually exists.
Hi Sha! Thank you for sharing your story. That bathroom makeover sounds lovely. I too have always wanted to replace my existing bathroom door with a door with window panes. That sounds awesome. Recently I saw a local thrift store that sells salvaged doors and windows. It was packed the day I drove by, but it’s on my list of things to do this summer. I was thinking of doing some etched glass and creating a new pantry door and new bathroom door. I don’t know if I’ll have time.
It doesn’t matter if it is the collection of beer cans in the yard, or van seats from that favorite vehicle, there are plenty of ways to recycle old stuff to look good. Beer cans can become interesting shelf displays. A van seat can become the new gamers chair. (Just remember that certain weight restrictions hinder one’s ability to get up.) Old boards can become that new shelf you needed in the kitchen.
Informative but I find your pricing would not fly here in central Ohio. First this only applies to vinyl replacement windows. Then the prices at best are wholesale prices with the install price being behind the times even for when you originally wrote this and only covers labor. There is absolutely no mark up for a company to run the business. Maybe you work for free but no one around here wants to.
From improving your home’s curb appeal to complete bathroom or kitchen renovations, any project that adds to the equity of your home is within the do-it-yourself-er’s budget. This doesn’t mean that contractors are losing a lot of sleep over this. Trust me, there are still a whole lot of people out there who can’t manage a screwdriver or hammer, never mind a circular saw.