By Metro Creative
Homeowners invest large sums into improving their homes to make them more comfortable living spaces or to increase their odds of selling quickly.
The Remodeling Futures Program at the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University predicted U.S. spending on home renovations and repairs to peak at $327 billion in 2017. Whether one is doing a large renovation or a small remodel, life may be turned upside down during the project.
Furniture may be moved out of the room, walls may be demolished, water or electricity may be turned off, and appliances may be missing or not hooked up. Home improvements often drum up dust and disarray. Such projects can try the patience of any homeowner, and things may get worse before they get better.
To read more, pick up a copy of the March/April issue of LiveIt magazine.