5 Great Home Projects and What They Cost
This is a guest blog done by Kathi Fleck of LoneStar Property Solutions. You can read an interview she had previously done with Design Build Planners here.
Remodeling one room seems to have a snowball effect in that there’s always something we feel we can do to make other spaces better, more efficient, more comfortable or just more visually appealing. With that in mind, we’ve pulled the most requested add-ons by clients once their initial project has started. These low to high-impact changes can improve your home and add to its functionality. Each project features what type of remodeling professional(s) can complete the home project and if a permit is required. We’ve also included the approximate cost information below.
Cedar Clothes Closet
Cedar closets are popular with people who have seen one of these closets in person or have experienced firsthand the aroma of cedar. Other reasons why people use cedar closets are because they solve the moth problem as moths don’t like the strong aroma of cedar wood and stay away. Moths are the worst enemy of clothes as they can cause holes in the fabric. There are also people who use the leftover scraps of sanded aromatic cedar inside the plastic storage bags when they store away clothes for the season. It keeps away moths and moisture and there is no need for using moth balls. Remember that all cedar is not as effective as the eastern red aromatic cedar for warding off moths and insects.
Organizing Your Closet
You have just bought a brand new wardrobe, but looking in your closet you have discovered that there is not room. In fact, you have a lot of clothing that you don’t need. Yes my friend, it is time to develop a closet system and organize your closet. Here are 3 easy steps: