There are a number of great reasons to makeover your home. In today’s modern world, there is a need to focus on energy efficiency to reduce cost. Many homeowners are also tired of the way their house looks for so many years and are looking to update and restyle to make their homes a better fit for their needs. No matter what the reason, CPS Home & Garden is here to make your incredible dream house come.
You might have put off the renovation for years, but now that the time is here and you have the money and the effort to invest in the renovation, you need to make sure that you do not use just another contractor for the job. CPS Home & Garden works with you on every step to ensure that the end results is good.
Kitchen makeovers remain popular as homeowners continue to invest to create a warm, stylish, comfortable, and efficient heart of the home. In addition to improved aesthetics and organization, kitchen remodels also hold reasonable resale value. According to Remodeling magazine’s 2011-2012 Cost vs. Value Report, midrange minor kitchen remodels—new countertops, appliances, cabinet fronts, and hardware—have an average national cost just shy of $20,000 and get 72% return on investment. Midrange major remodels, which include new appliances, cabinets, countertops, flooring, and lighting, have a mid-range average of $57,824 and a nearly 66% return. High-end renovations can easily cost $100,000 and up.
Don't be fooled: Just because a bathroom is typically a relatively small space doesn't necessarily mean remodeling it is an easy, do-it-yourself job. With the complexity of skills involved -- such as plumbing, electrical, and tiling -- you'll likely benefit from the help of a contractor. And a contractor might help you save money in the long run by avoiding costly mistakes.
KDHE Lead Safe Certified Firm and Renovator
A Certified Lead Safe Renovator is one who has received training so that he or she can work safely in a home that has lead paint. This training is sponsored by the EPA, and is provided by trainers specifically approved by the EPA to do so. In addition, a Certified Lead Safe Firm is one that is Certified by the EPA to be qualified to Work Safely with Lead.
I am both a Certified Lead Safe Renovator (License # KS15-11329) and a Certified Lead Safe Firm (License # KS15-3034) of the State of Kansas
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