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A new year has begun! To help you stick to your home improvement resolutions, we’ve published a few articles that you might find helpful in planning your next project.
However, if you’ve been busy catching up from the holidays or simply working towards those new resolutions, we’re here to help. Here’s your monthly roundup of the top stories from January.
Are you looking for some extra help to complete your big home improvement project this year? Contact a contractor today for quotes from pros in your area, for free!
2018 Window & Door Trends
From a new window installation to changing your door décor, there are plenty of ways you can get your house up to date with the top window and door trends of 2018. Energy-efficient and insulated vinyl windows are the top choices for homeowners this year, according to Dave Cook, Feldco Windows, Siding
Video: What’s The Difference Between An Architect & A Construction Manager
Are you starting a major home renovation or addition this year? It’s likely you’ll need the help of both an architect and a construction manager, depending on the scale of your project. But, do you know how they can help you? ImproveNet’s Brett Van Alstine explains the difference between the two and how they can help you in this video.
2018 Basement Trends
Basement updates are a hot remodeling project for many homeowners. It’s a good idea to know what’s trending before you begin work. After all, the possibilities for your basement are truly endless. This year’s trends point to luxurious spaces for entertainment and fun. See the 2018 Basement Trends and start creating your dream room!
How To Decorate With The Pantone Color Of The Year: Ultra Violet
Industry leader Pantone helps to set the standards with their Color Of The Year announcement. It often is reflective of current trends in design and décor, as well as cultural influences. Last year, it was the bright and fun shade of Greenery. This year, Pantone has chosen
Video: When To Call A Masonry Contractor
Did you know that repairing your concrete or brickwork can actually save you money? A small crack can turn into major damages that can impact your entire home. Thankfully, masonry contractors are skilled at handling repairs of any kind as well as building fireplaces and much more. If you’ve been wondering how a masonry pro can help you, watch this video for more.
This month, we shared many tips to help prepare you for your next home improvement project, big or small. Keep an eye out next month where we’ll be sharing a few simple ways you can maintain your HVAC and decorating ideas for your guest bathroom.
Did you miss a few articles last month? We’ve got you covered. Read ImproveNet Monthly RoundUp: December 2017.