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First Time Homeowner series, from home buying tips to helpful how-to projects.
Planning the layout and design of the kitchen and adjoining sunroom was homeowner Chelsea Lipford’s first step in our First Time Homeowner kitchen renovation. Watch this video to find out more.
A crushed stone driveway is less expensive than asphalt or concrete; and since it’s permeable, rainwater soaks in, rather than running off. Watch this video to see how we installed the driveway on the First Time Homeowner house.
The old deck on our First Time Homeowner house had seen better days, so we tore it down and replaced it with a new wood deck using hidden fasteners. Watch this video to find out more.
The original kitchen in our First Time Homeowner house was a small confined space, but by removing the wall to the sunroom, we opened up the space and made it feel much larger than before. Watch this video to find out more.
Watch this video to see the cabinets first time homeowner Chelsea Lipford selected for her kitchen, and how we went about carefully fitting and installing them.
The bathroom in our First Time Homeowner house may still be small, but after our extensive remodel—which included gutting the room and replacing the floor, walls, vanity, tub and other plumbing fixtures—it’s much more attractive and functional.
See how we insulated the walls in the bathroom of the First Time Homeowner house as well as installed the vent fan and tub surround. Watch this video to find out more.
Watch this video to see how the walls of the First Time Homeowner house were insulated with blown cellulose, and new energy efficient windows were installed with impact resistant glass and a Low-E coating.