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Renovation Materials in Many Price Points and Looks

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Before you decide your budget forces you to live with an outdated, uncomfortable, uninspired kitchen, bath or master bedroom, take some time to consider these options which cover a variety of price points and looks:

  1. Flooring: Ceramic tiles, laminated tiles, marble, stone, hardwood (treated to create a solid barrier) or sealed laminate are all good flooring choices, easy to maintain and resistant to water and bacteria. If you decide on radiant heated floors, you’ll want to choose tile or stone, both good conductors of heat.

  2. Countertops: Granite, quartz, laminate, concrete, marble, lava, resin, stainless steel, butcher block and tile give you a wide choice in countertops for kitchens and bathrooms. Eco-friendly choices include specially treated bamboo and reclaimed wood, recycled glass and recycled plastic (HDPE).

  3. Wall coverings: Paint is often the first choice but it isn’t the only choice: paper and vinyl, ceramic tile, wood (water-resistant wood for kitchens and bathrooms), brick and glass block are among the other possibilities.

  4. Windows and doors: The shapes, details and materials used in windows and doors can bring sunlight and spaciousness to a formerly dark cramped room. Whether you choose leaded or unleaded windows, wood or French doors, shades or curtains can make a huge difference in the comfort and brightness of a room.

  5. Fixtures: Stainless steel or ceramic appliances; a huge variety of lighting fixtures; custom hardware on cabinets—you can change the whole ambience of a room depending on the fixtures you choose. Many a homeowner on the North Shore of Boston has discovered that a kitchen or bathroom renovation became more affordable, practical and attractive once they considered alternative materials; for example, stunning recycled glass for countertops rather than the more commonplace granite. Other homeowners have found that an uncomfortable master bedroom became a haven once insulating windows were installed; the walls were repainted; and the flooring and sub-flooring were upgraded.

WORKS by Jesse DeBenedictis has the experience and skill to help you decide among all the choices available and make sure you haven’t overlooked an important option in your home renovation or restoration. Contact us today and take advantage of our expertise in making decisions that fit your home, budget and lifestyle.


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