Former ‘this Old House’ Host Has Advice For Next Generation Of Homeowners

4 Mistakes to Avoid in Home Improvement Projects | BlogHer

He’d fix them up, sell them, buy a little bigger one as the kids got more numerous. In the big run-up in housing value in the ’80s and then ’90 and a little bit in the 2000s, it became harder and harder to get entry level housing. That may change now, because as Gen Y starts to have the ability to have their own place to live, they don’t want big, they want small. I had the opportunity three years ago to join Habitat full time. It’s something I’ve wanted to do for a long time. http://www.workingwaterfront.com/articles/Former-This-Old-House-host-has-advice-for-next-generation-of-homeowners/15899/

Steve Thomas.

Before diving into the bargain baseband brands, think carefully about what areas supplies and tools will be used for, and whether lighter material will be able to last through the improvement processes. 4. Going overboard with improvement Oftentimes, homeowners go overboard with home improvement projects , such as putting in bigger items than there should be in a bathroom or a kitchen remodel. http://www.blogher.com/4-mistakes-avoid-home-improvement-projects?crumb=19

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