As we have all spent weeks and weeks sheltering in place at home, we’ve had some time to take a real look at our houses. In addition, for many, things have changed. Home has become more than just a home. It may be home, school, work, and entertainment all wrapped into one. There may be more people at home during the day and more of a need to spread out as we all adjust. And, let’s be honest, while things are slowly opening back up, many are saying this new norm may stick around for a good amount of time. On top of that, we may have another episode in the fall when temperatures plummet once again. The bottom line is that we just don’t know what the future holds, but no matter what, home is essential, and being comfortable in your home is so important.
Remodel for a More Comfortable Home
Your home is a big investment. For many, it is their most significant expense every month. The good news is that it’s an investment in you. Depending on the area you live in and your home’s condition, your house value can skyrocket while you live in it. And when you improve or remodel your home, the return on your investment can make a big difference in the sale price you can bring in. A good remodel can also increase the functionality of your space while increasing the enjoyment factor. During this pandemic, there are several remodeling projects that can make life easier and more enjoyable while staying at home.
Adding Space – Adding on to your home is something to consider if you lack square footage. Sometimes it’s as simple as that. Organization tricks can’t fix everything when you just don’t have enough space. Adding on a room, such as an office or a recreation room, can really change the cramped feel of a smaller home.
Finishing a Basement – Use that untapped extra square footage by finishing your basement. Depending on its current state and size, a basement can often offer a full separate living space complete with a living room, a kitchen, a bathroom, and a bedroom. Another option is to add an office, a workout area, or a play area in your basement.
Adding Outdoor Living Space – Take advantage of the beautiful Georgia weather and expand your square footage with outdoor living space. Add a patio, a deck, or covered porch. These spaces can be used for relaxing and working. There’s nothing better than teleworking from your gorgeous outdoor space. Your co-workers and clients are sure to jealous during your zoom meetings. If you already have a patio, converting that space into indoor space can make it accessible year-round.
Remodel with ContractorMen
Call on ContractorMen, your Coronavirus Home Remodeling expert. They are ready to go to work on improving your space. They will respect your home, your family, and your way of life during the remodeling process. ContractorMen has been at it for over 38 years. Put their expertise to work for you and make your home more livable. Might as well since home is where the heart is. And now it’s where school is and where work is and so on and so on. Call ContractorMen at (404) 801-5656 or request a quote online to get the conversation started today!