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The home improvement projects that add the most value to your home may not actually be the first ones that comes to mind. Most frequently we tend to think of cosmetic projects, like installing granite countertops, or wrought iron bannisters. However, in the long run, basic home maintenance projects actually hold more value than cosmetic updates. Home improvement projects that create the most value vary by region, but there are some general rules of thumb. Projects that replace old components with upgraded, functionally superior products of the same nature (think doors, windows, and siding) tend to bring the highest return on investment. Kitchen remodels are the exception when it comes to cosmetic projects. They are on-par with replacing siding, recouping almost 92% of cost in resale value (based on a $15,000 remodel). Read More
Once again, summer has come to an end and winter is fast approaching. While you've spent your summer sitting outside on the deck and enjoying the nice, warm weather, now is the time to start thinking about how to protect your property from the coming changes in the weather. If you don't act to take care of your deck now, then the weather can do a number on it before next summer rolls around. Here are 8 ways you can prepare the deck of your home for the cold weather: Read More
What's the number one remodeling project on your wish list? Chances are it involves the kitchen. Read More
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I just finished a new home in Oakley, Idaho and I wanted you to know how well I was treated by your store in Burley. Rod Runyon did my take-off which was very accurate. He also advised me on the pros and cons of several products that I was interested in. He also gave me a list of sub-contractors that he felt would do a good job. I used several of them with good results. I had several situations arise that I needed fast help in resolving, Rod was always there for me along with your yard manager. I was never left waiting for product. Rod did all he could to make sure that my job was not held up. The truck drivers were very helpful and put stuff where I wanted. They were glad to take back returns. I could not have expected any better help from Rod, the yard manager and the store employees. Much better help than Lowe's and Home Depot.
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