Are you looking for ways to jazz up your home? Maybe you just completed a kitchen renovation and are looking for your next project. If so, you’ve come to the right place. Three projects to consider are: travertine tile installation, wood decks additions, or brick patios. Below is a bit more information about each one of these suggestions:
1. Travertine Tile Installation – Travertine is a type of limestone that is commonly made into tiles that can be installed in bathrooms and kitchens. It is actually formed in hot mineral springs around the world. A huge benefit to homeowners looking to install travertine tile is that it comes in a variety of colors like white, tan, brown, cream, and gold so finding a good match for your home isn’t difficult. Travertine tile installation isn’t difficult and usually doesn’t take too much time at all. Call us to find out more!
2. Wooden Deck Addition – If you live in an area of the country that gets a decent amount of nice weather throughout the year then there’s a good chance you would benefit from a deck. Who doesn’t love relaxing outside with friends on a beautiful summer evening? Some of the most popular woods for decks are: redwood, cedar and pressure-treated pine. Others choose to use composite and vinyl decking because, unlike natural wood, you won’t have to worry about any splintering or warping over time.
3. Brick Patios – Patios are wonderful because they are incredibly versatile. Patio design can be any shape you desire and be built with a variety of materials like concrete, stone, tile, or brick. If brick patio designs are built correctly on a deep base (usually 8-12 inches) they will likely hold up well and look new for years. Talk about a good investment! Patios are also great places for fire pits in the fall and bbq’s in the summer.
So, are you inspired for your next project yet? Maybe you are already on the hunt for the newest fad of travertine tile for a bathroom shower or kitchen back splash. Maybe you are thinking about your 4th of July plans next summer and trying to figure out how to get a deck built in time to host the festivities. Or perhaps you are designing your new brick patio in your head as you’re reading this. Don’t hesitate to get your next home project up and running. It’s a great way to increase the value of your home while also enjoying yourself.