A fairly frequent question for a prospective homeowner, or an advising
agent, is about the “bones” of a home. When
someone talks about the “bones” of a house, they are usually focused
on primary components of the house (and likely not the cosmetic finish
choices). Think of it as a good home that has the potential to be great.
This article covers what is considered “good bones” from an engineering perspective.
Some may think that the “Bigger is Better” mantra works for air-conditioner systems, which is a very dangerous assumption. Read this article to find out why.
The concept of converting the garage space into living space is very tempting for many reasons. Some may look toward this as a means to gain more usable living area, possibly to accommodate a growing family or changes in how they need to use their space. Others may be enticed to get the quick value this can bring to the property upon sale, when done correctly.