Some of the most common remodeling projects involve space addition, often for an office, study, workroom, or studio. Typically, most people look at adding on to their home, but another option is gaining popularity.
Americans are demanding more informal living spaces, both inside and outdoors, according to remodelers, design experts, and the ideas on display at the recent National Association of Home Builders convention. In response to changing lifestyles, the home building industry is coming up with modern variations on old concepts as well as new kinds of rooms to accommodate the way we live now.
The kids are back to school and high school football is underway. For South Texas, that means fall is just around the corner. Autumn brings falling and blowing leaves, temperature swings, and the knowledge that a northern could come at any time.
Both newly built houses and existing dwellings will present mobility challenges for Baby Boomers and members of their families as they age, according to an AARP survey released earlier this year. New-home builders and remodelors face a number of challenges as the residential construction industry prepares to meet the needs of a segment that owned 43 percent of all homes in this country in 1999 and roughly 25 percent of the population of the housing market in 2010.
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