With winter about to kick in, keeping cabin fever away with a new living space will make the season much more enjoyable.
An upgrade to your living room, kitchen or bathroom will make staying indoors easier, and even simple small updates like Fireplace renovations, flooring and kitchen cabinets can do the trick!
It’s coming…..Hey Enjoy Winter In a Newly Remodeled Living Space!
A new year has come and some of you may have vowed to travel, lose some weight or quit smoking. Maybe spend more time with family and friends in this new year. Some of you may be thinking about a New Years Resolution for your home.
Some resolutions you may be considering might be:
Cutting down on Energy
Something that can pay off in the long run for you would be if you did something to help cut energy costs. Replacing old windows with new Energy Efficient windows can do the trick.
Adding more space to your home
You can add additional space to you home in a number of ways. Putting on an addition, or Remodeling your Basement or Attic can offer you more room.
Remodeling your Kitchen or Bathroom
Kitchens have become more then a place to prepare food. It can become a place for family and friends to converse and spend time together. Renovating a kitchen or simple additions like an island or nook can do the trick.
There are many ways your can improve or enhance your home. The nice thing about this New Years Resolution is that you will be able to enjoy it for years to come.
Happy New Year!
Whether your project is large or small, Commercial or Residential, Brewer Contracting will give it the care and attention it needs.
3420 Washington Ave
Racine, Wi 53405
Before the winter season approaches, now is the time to start thinking about your home renovation needs.
With the cooler months ahead, it’s likely that you and your family will be spending more time indoors.
Prepare for the temperature drops by having multi-pane windows installed. This upgrade will provide your home with better insulation and improve heating and cooling efficiency. By replacing your old windows, you can save on energy costs by reducing your monthly heating bill.
Fall and winter seasons are known for rainy weather which can aggravate a leaky roof. You should consider a roof repair to prevent future damage.
he right amount of insulation can improve the efficiency of your heating and air system. Adding insulation to air ducts, outer walls, basements, and attics have proven, most of the time, to increase efficiency and comfort value.
Cold air will find its way into the home however it can wasting 5% to 30% of your energy use. With the autumn’s falling temperatures, now’s the perfect time to locate those pesky drafts and stop them before the true freeze kicks in. Seal basement seams and cracks with caulk, window seams with plastic insulation kits found at your local hardware store, and the bottoms of your doors with weather stripping.