Published at Friday, February 22nd, 2019 - 21:55:35 PM. Living Room. By Solaine Lemaitre.
Mantels: Chances you have a mantel in your living room already, especially if you own a fireplace.It is practically expected that there be something displayed on a top of a mantel. There is even a name for it: mantelpiece. In addition to the mantelpiece you choose, there are usually more mantelpieces expected. Some mantels get pretty crowded, for that matter.If you do not have a mantel they are fairly easy to install in your living room, and are available in many different sizes.
A home addition is not a weekend project. You will want to schedule the work to cause the least disruption to your family’s life. If you will be making structural changes, you may want to consult an architect. You will need to work with roof and wall supports, know which walls bear the weight of the roof or other walls. You will want to design your addition so it enhances the exterior appearance of your home. Working from a blueprint will also help you to avoid costly oversights. You will need to check local building codes for specific requirements for exterior building materials or design elements, requirements that licensed professionals perform certain types of work (such as electrical or plumbing). Click here to find the best contractors that specialize in working in your neighborhood.
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