Use up to 20% less energy by installing tank-less water heaters.
Reduce energy costs by up to 30% by installing flow optimized showerheads.
Placing flooring tiles on an angle can make your room appear longer.
Adding under-cabinet lights helps give the illusion of space in small or mid-sized kitchens.
Save money on your energy bill by insulating your hot water lines with preformed foam tubes.
To avoid over budget shock, add a 10 to 15 percent margin for remodeling surprises.
Reduce your painting project by at least two coats by tinting the primer to match your finish coat.
Try and save money by purchasing all new appliances from one place and ask for a bulk discount.
To help save up for your next remodeling project, try creating a separate account for your remodeling funds. It organizes your savings plan and gives you visibility into your progress.
Avoid plumbing catastrophes by locating and clearly marking all shut-off valves in your home.
Stay warmer in the winter by installing heated toilet seats that can heat your bathroom's temperature up by 25 degrees Fahrenheit.
Create a lively, stimulated environment in any room by painting with strong contrasting colors.
Create a calm environment in any room with neutral colors.
Make your guests feel at home by keeping lots of fresh towels available conveniently in the bathroom.
Make your guests feel at home by leaving closets and dressers empty for them to unpack.
Eliminate coldwater shower shock when someone uses a faucet or flushes a toilet by installing a pressure-balancing shower valve.
Get more relaxed in your bath by upgrading to a spa tub equipped with an air system to disperse bath additives.
Make your bath extraordinary by upgrading your tub to be extra deep or long, with jets or bubbles.
Avoid leaky faucets by purchasing one-piece washerless cartridge faucets, a self-contained unit offering greater reliability and worry-free performance.
Save $26 to $86 in energy costs per incandescent bulb you replace for fluorescent.
Get more storage space in your bathroom by installing a glass shelf.
Install a glass shelf to your bathroom to put your design style on display.
Get more space out of a small bathroom by adding a vanity.
Lower your daily water waste by installing a hands-free faucet that only runs water when you need it.
Add 7 1/2 inches to your shower by installing a curved shower rod.
Use your Health Flexible-Spending Account to cover bathroom upgrades needed to meet your medical needs.
Prevent scalding injuries by setting your hot water heater at 120 degrees or below.
Installing racks, towel bars and hooks to hang clothes, robes and extra towels can free up your bathroom's floor space.
Bathrooms are a good room to start with if you don't have the time or money for a whole-house remodel.
No-mow lawns save time, water, fuel and money in comparison to the upkeep required for traditional lawns.