The holiday season is just around the corner, and before you know it, your home will be the host of family gatherings and friends dropping by with holiday cheer. However, you may feel like your home needs some TLC before then, and what better way to prepare than with new flooring! Not sure quite where to begin? Let Carrington help you get started.
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With the holidays just ahead, now may be the perfect time to consider a cash-out refinance - especially if you have personal debts with high interest rates (student loans, credit cards), or are ready to make some much-needed home improvements.
Like many Americas, you may have come out of Quarantine with a new four-legged friend. Whether you are a first-time pet owner or have experience, we wanted to provide a few helpful tips to keep your furry friends safe around your home!
If kitchens are the most popular area for a home remodeling project, bathrooms are not far behind. But just like kitchens, remodeling a bathroom can often cost a shiny penny.
Not every homeowner is prepared to invest that kind of money into their bathroom, so we thought we’d share a few ways you could make small upgrades to your bathroom, creating that feeling of luxury, warmth, and comfort we all appreciate in one of our favorite rooms.
In most homes, the kitchen is its heart and soul. It’s where family and friends gather to cook, socialize, eat and drink. It’s where family issues are traditionally discussed around the time-honored kitchen table.
As the weather warms, we naturally want to spend more time outdoors, whether to relax, exercise, or entertain. And where better to enjoy these activities than in the comfort of your own home.
When most people think of investing their hard-earned money into a home upgrade or remodel, they generally think of adding a deck, or expanding a bathroom, or remodeling a kitchen. Landscaping is rarely top of mind.
As we all know too well, most of us are spending more time at home these days due to the pandemic. It turns out that the more time people spend at home, the more they notice flaws and defects that could be improved.