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Why Remodel Your Home?
The desire to remodel your home, or parts of your home, can stem from anything as simple as wanting to improve your homes value to needing to improve the function of how things are laid out. No matter why you want to remodel, it’s important to hire someone who will do the job right.
SUNDAY, MARCH 10, 2019 ON ABC 10NEWS
If you are considering financing home improvements there are many options. Gregg Cantor, president of Murray Lampert Design, Build, Remodel shares 3 that might fit for you.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2018 ON ABC 10NEWS
Have you been in your current home for awhile and find it doesn’t fit your needs? Are you now questioning if it’s your “forever” home? So, do you list it and move on or upgrade and stay? As Approved Home Pros’ Resident Expert, I came up with some important questions to consider.
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2018 ON ABC 10
In 2016, the Affordable Housing Act was passed. This paved the way for more relaxed regulations on ADUs, additional dwelling units, commonly known as in-law flats or companion units. The popularity of ADUs continues to grow in California with the housing shortage.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2017 ON ABC 10
With all the home improvement going on right now, today I wanted to talk about the importance of building inspection.
For the safety of your family and also to protect the investment in your home, you should always have work inspected and approved by your local building department. The city building official's job is to make sure the code is followed on major remodeling projects or even if you are just replacing equipment like water heaters, furnaces, appliances, or adding solar. Besides making sure your home is safe, the building inspector plays a part in protecting your investment by enforcing sound building practices.
Following the building code and obtaining inspector’s sign off protects life safety, and home improvement contractors are held accountable to abide by the California Building Code, where safety is the highest priority.
Chances are, any trade that is willing to complete work without a permit does not care about the building code, which puts you at risk and can impact you negatively when selling your home. The homeowner, contractor, inspection partnership is very important to the success of any home improvement project.
SUNDAY, JULY 28, 2018 ON ABC 10
Remodeling your home should be a fun, exciting and rewarding experience. It should not be stressful or feel like a burden if you hire the right professional. Today, I would like to identify a few of the hallmarks of a great home improvement experience.