Do you have to travel to a New York lumber yard to find great building materials with which to expand your Tucson home? No. But you can take a lesson from them in one manner. By purchasing recycled or reusable building materials and tools you can help with the environment in your own small way while saving yourself some serious cash. And who doesn’t want some serious cash?
Let The Sun Shine
If there’s one thing that there’s plenty of in Tucson, it’s sun shine. Why not utilize the top of your new home expansion for the installation of energy efficient solar panels? Yes I’m well aware of how much that costs. Are you aware of how much money you’re going to save and how good it is for the environment? Even if you’re not particularly concerned about the environment at least look at the energy savings that you can realize through the use of solar panels. You might be surprised. The sun is going to shine anyways so you might as well put that hot, beating, penetrating ball of fire to work for you. Kind of ironic that the sun could power your central air conditioning isn’t it? Of course that’s not all it can power, trust me. Solar energy, wind energy and water powered energy are all the energy supplies of the future and we need to tap into them as much as we can.
According To One Home Improvement Expert
Apparently there are some trends in Tucson home improvement projects—who knew? One expert lists them on the Internet as being the following: unique and distinctive hardware; mix up the finishes on your woodwork including the furniture; hide appliances with matching cabinet panels or try some stainless steel appliances with matching decorative hoods in your newly expanded kitchen. While on the topic of expanded kitchens why not finish off the project with a farmhouse sink; a center island; or new granite countertops?
But you don’t have to listen to me, or to the so called expert; these are simply trends that are happening in Tucson as you read this article. If expanding your home seems like a little bit too much at this point consider simply taking an old room and making it new.