Tuesday, October 19, 2010

House Renovations

The Britt household is about to undergo some renovations. We are lucky we don't have anything HUGE to do, but projects that will make our house a little nicer to live in and hopefully increase the value when we go to sell. I feel like all that HGTV watching is finally coming to good use. We've been waiting until this time so we could enjoy our summer, and the advice provided to us proved true--live in your house for a little before you do TOO much.

On the agenda:

1. Kitchen--adding granite and a backsplash. Apparently this means we also need to replace the sink and faucet.

2. Making the 3 season porch 4 season by replacing all of the windows and adding heat.

...details and before pictures to come!


  1. House Renovations have few hurdles to overcome. You cannot afford risking your savings on something as important as your home. For some, their home’s value is as much security for them as their other savings. Do a research on the houses that are selling in the neighborhood to see what amenities people want.

  2. The process of building a custom house isn’t confined but rather unconfined. You need to get organized and you need to have a decision on the type of home you want to build. You need contractors to walk you through the designs and permit process of Renovation with architects and designers.