Spring is just around the corner, and with it comes bright daylight and outdoor activities, meaning more traffic in and out of your home. You will want to put your best foot forward when it comes to your living spaces. Here are three renovation ideas for your Nashville home:
A room addition can be a great idea, especially if you are expecting a college student to come back home for the summer or after graduation, or your parents are possibly going to need more attention, meaning you’ll need to add some living space. Winter wasn’t the best time to tackle a project like that, but now that spring is almost here, it’s the perfect time to begin to plan it and get started. The warmer temperatures will help to make knocking down walls less of a nuisance if that is something that will need to happen. And, if the job is going to be a long one, you won’t have winter weather coming up for quite some time, so you can breathe easier.
Spring might be just the time to make the flooring transition from carpeting or linoleum to hardwood floors. There are many different types and styles these days, and most are weather and traffic resistant, standing up to wear and tear much better than many other types of flooring. An experienced flooring professional can knock out a room in just one day! And with warmer weather, the drying process will go fast without the worry of wet wood fitting improperly or being difficult to place due to swelling.
With the prospect of summer coming, you will be thinking about doing more entertaining; is it time to renovate the kitchen? Perhaps you’ve been wanting more counter space, anyway, and your storage situation is not the greatest. New cabinets and counters, a trendy backsplash, updated flooring and fresh paint in bright colors will make you feel wonderful!
Ascension General Contractors are experienced in all types of renovations for any age or style of home. Call us today at (615) 750 2345, or visit our website at: Ascension General Contractors. Let’s get started!
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