When landscaping your yard, it is important to keep in mind how much water you will need to maintain it all. A thirsty landscape that depends on a lot of water is not only expensive; it is environmentally harmful. In California, Governor Jerry Brown ordered mandatory water use reductions on April 1 (and no—it’s no … Continued
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A deck is a great asset to your home and lifestyle. There’s nothing quite like enjoying an afternoon outdoors in the sunshine and fresh air, still right within reach of the comfort of home. A deck is the perfect backdrop for an outdoor paradise outfitted with your favorite outdoor furniture and colorful container garden, but … Continued
According to Remodeling Magazine, California leads the nation for return on investment when remodeling your kitchen. If you have an undersized or outdated kitchen, remodeling is a great investment. A new kitchen provides improved quality of life and if you decide to move, it will likely give you advantage in resale.
There are new standards for water heaters required by the U.S. Department of Energy. After April 15, 2015, all tank type water heaters manufactured in the U.S. will be larger in order to meet energy factor regulations. If your existing water heater is in a closet and nearing the end of its lifespan, you should … Continued
Your kitchen likely receives some of the most foot traffic in your home. Just think about all the activities that take place there and how often it’s occupied. There’s no wonder why the kitchen is one of the most popular rooms to renovate, especially with remodeling and home construction on the rise. If you’re making … Continued
Murray Lampert Design, Build, Remodel is off to a great start in this new year—we’ve already received accolades for commitment to quality work and stellar customer service. Better Business Bureau Torch Award – We were fortunate enough to be one of only five recipients of the Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics for San Diego, Orange, … Continued
When tax time rolls around, many homeowners wonder if any of their expensive home improvements from the year are valuable to mention on their returns. In most cases, home improvement costs are not tax deductible, but they are still financially valuable in other ways. Some common home improvements that generally do not qualify for a … Continued