On this post, we discussed how drones photography can be helpful in the roofing industry. But drones are also very helpful with real estate! With drone photography and video, realtors and potential buyers are able to see a panoramic view of the outside of the home.
Regular photos taken from the ground level do not always give the best depiction of the area. DBP owner and Weichert real estate agent Jacki Venezio is a strong proponent of the application of drones in listings. You can find a quote from here below.
The following is a quote from trusted DBP remodeler, John Hogan of Blue Nail Exteriors.
I like drones because they are safe, efficient, and fun to use! Homeowners should not allow anyone on their roof without a contract in place and their certificate of insurance. Without a contract, they are responsible for any injuries that may occur to the estimator while on the roof.
For your next project, consider the use of drones for photography and video for roof inspections.
With Design Build Planners and Bravo Builders, you can create a gorgeous modular home!
With modular, you can customize your own living space from floor plan designs. From ranch, to Cape Cod, or a traditional two story home, it is all available with modular components and can be brought to you by DBP and Bravo Builders!
Do YOU like the look of copper accents in a kitchen? Cooper can be used in sinks, range hoods, lights and more!
Copper light fixtures and copper pendants make a great choice to make your kitchen POP! Copper metal accents excellently compliment stainless steel appliances, brass fittings, and bronze fittings.
We all know that 911 is the number you dial for emergencies, but what about 811? This is the number that you need to dial if you intend on digging into your property. The size of the project doesn’t matter; from fences and mailboxes to family room and master suite additions, you need to give 811 (a federally designed number) a call a few days prior to starting your project. Read below to find out why.
Would YOU consider a truly unique entry door for your home?
We all know the importance of making a great first impression. Project designers and realtors talk about curb appeal. It often starts with a wonderful entry door. While there are hundreds of stain or paint finishes available as well as many decorative glass options and hardware selections, most door styles are standard. All manufacturers work with stock “door blanks” then finishes and glass are the options.
If you had the space…and money, would your family enjoy a basement bowling alley?
A regulation lane with equipment requires approx. 88′ in length. A nice seating area will need another 12′ or so. The cost will vary depending on whether the equipment is new or used as well as the selections of decorative features and lighting. A per lane cost might be as low as $25K and can exceed $50K. A mini bowling lane can be half the length or less.
In 1947 President Truman had the first bowling alley installed in the White House.
Apparently October 15th is National Red Wine Day!
While people don’t usually need an excuse to drink red wine–today is a day to celebrate it! It has been proven over many studies that a glass of red wine packed with antioxidants may help prevent coronary artery disease, the condition that leads to heart attacks
Read below to see some great usage of red wine!
Media Rooms are a popular request by homeowners.
Media rooms are more focused on serious TV/movie viewing than a family room, but they are not quite a fully closed theater room. The biggest choice is seating as far as theater seats or couches/sectionals. With either, a rear pub height table is desirable for added seating in a small space. It also offers a place to dine while keeping the new, expensive seats clean. Read about some more seating options below.