Tag: home improvement
This infographic looks at the British love of DIY. From simple projects to massive overhauls, we delude ourselves into thinking we have the skills we need. If you are unsure about your DIY skills, it will probably work out cheaper in the long run, to hire a professional tradesman.
Sit back as My Custom Rug pits two of television’s most successful faces in home improvement against one another: Martha Stewart vs. Ty Pennington. Who do you think will come out on top?
As the housing market has slowed down, many people are deciding to stay in their current home rather than move. In the following infographic, MoneySupermarket reveals how by making various improvements, value can be added to the property that might help when selling in the future.
Decorating is a relatively inexpensive way to brighten your home. Even painting just one wall can transform a room. If you are looking for simple, ten minute tips, this chart from Quid Corner should have just what you need.
One minute, home makeover shows are filling our TV schedules and the next…they’re nowhere to be seen. Smoking Gun PR, the homes and interiors PR agency… take a look at the meteoric rise and inevitable fall of the home makeover show in this infographic from Smoking Gun.
This infographic from Three Deep provides an in-depth look at how your customers are making purchases in the home improvement industry. It is a great reference for any home contractor looking to gain knowledge on how their customers are seeking their services online.
In business, a manager must track budgets and costs, develop annual processes to get work done more efficiently, and manage risk for unexpected situations. It’s about time to apply these same strategies to home ownership. After all, it’s one of the biggest investments a person will make.
Color is not as simple as it seems. According to this infographic from CertaPro Painters of Louisville, it evokes emotion and triggers your senses. With this in mind, the infographic beautifully explores colors that should and should not be used in interior decorating, as well as why certain colors are used in advertising.