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Building sustainably means finding ways to maximize the energy efficiency of your home, and to use materials that have a low environmental impact and create a healthy living environment
Home Makeover was awarded the 2008 Association Marketing Award by the Greater Vancouver Home Builders’ Association, in recognition of the magazine’s consistent and outstanding coverage of the home improvement industry.
Universal design is the concept of making elements in your home friendly to all types of users. In the next 25 years the number of Americans over 50 will increase by over 47 million to a total of 115 million people. According to AARP, 83% of older Americans want to stay in their current homes for the rest of their lives. As you make modifications or repairs to your current home, include universal design features to make your home safer and more comfortable for people of all ages.
When you first move into your new home, you wonder how you are going to fill up the large, empty space. Pretty soon life takes over — and before you know it, you are wondering where all of that space went. If you find yoursel f struggling to find room to store everything you’ve accumulated over the years, see if these storage options might work for you.
No matter what the weather or the season, you can enjoy cooking, entertaining or just relaxing on a deck or patio that is every bit as comfortable as the inside of your home. It’s easy when you create an outdoor room. An outdoor room is really nothing more than an outdoor space for cooking, eating and entertaining.
If you have a nice looking garden and need to improve it for a gathering need, you can start by doing some back breaking work. You can build one in just a few days of concentrated labor and a few weeks/years of mother nature's help. A kit is a great way to built someone else's architectural design, but try doing it for you
Saving money in home improvement programs can be easily done with this simple guide. If you are one of the millions of home owners that are considering doing the job yourself, or one of the other million seriously considering hiring a contractor, here are some tips to help you make that decision – a decision that could either cause that busted circuit to blow up, or your wallet to hemorrhage
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