I'm seeing a lot of activity around my neighborhood, and I'm not just talking about kids playing in the yard. On my street there is a new stone patio being put in, a new fence, several landscaping projects, even a new roof going on. And that's just what I can see from the outside!
People are investing in their homes right now. Since we are spending more time at home, let's love where we live, right? Here's a list of popular projects you may want to consider:
~~Decks - new or staining. Add a pergola or canvas awning to make your outdoor space more usable when it's hot or raining
~~Bathroom updates - since most of us aren't going on expensive vacations this year, create a luxurious bathroom you actually want to spend time in
~~Painting (exterior and interior) And don't forget your front door!
~~Landscaping - a quick way to boost the curb appeal of your home
~~New countertops - a quick installation process limits the amount of time workers are in your home
~~Security camera installation - knowing when you have packages delivered helps keep the porch pirates away!
~~Garage updates - shelving, floors, new roll up doors
~~New flooring - new choices like waterproof LVP are easy to sanitize and keep clean
~~New HVAC systems - if yours is on its "last legs" don't wait til it goes out on a 98-degree day to purchase a new one
~~New appliances - most of us are cooking more, so of course we want the newest and smartest appliances
~~Home office updates - some of us may never spend 40 hours a week in the traditional corporate office again!
~~New lighting - easy to shop online, YouTube videos for DIY installation
~~Exercise spaces - if you don't foresee going back to the gym anytime soon
Come See Us!
We are seeing clients in the Design Center by appointment to limit the number of people in the store at one time. We are scheduling appointments Monday thru Saturday, with our first appointment at 10 and our last appointment at 4:00. NOTE: We are not open on Sundays. We have plenty of disposable masks and hand sanitizer available for your use. Give us a call at 770.565.3808 to set up your time to come in.
What's New At Enhance
9" wide planks. Cork backing for quiet and comfort. An industry leading 30 mil wearlayer. Long lengths -- up to 82" Waterproof, scratchproof, practically indestructible. 1/2" thick. Gorgeous oak colors in a variety of light to medium shades, plus a few greys. For the ultimate floor come see COREtec Grande -- the brand new, premium, 100% waterproof, kidproof, petproof floor.
Frame a map or nautical chart of your favorite vacation spot or local lake hangout for a piece of "artwork" that tells a story!
How Much Does It Cost
Thinking about creating a home gym? Be sure to think about what to use on the floor. We recommend rubber gym flooring -- to protect from damage due to dropped weights and heavy exercise equipment. These rubber floors provide traction (even when wet) yet don't absorb any moisture and thus remain easy to clean and maintain. Rubber gym floors can also provided added sound dampening and spruce up any space for a hardcore gym look. We carry the Centaur line of interlocking rubber floor tiles that are very DIY friendly and are affordable. Each tile is 23" x 23" and is $17 per tile in the color Black. A 10 x 12 area will need around 34 tiles (depending on your angles and cuts) and would cost $578. Why go to the gym when you can work out at home?
I Was FLOORED By Enhance
Rachel in Kennesaw writes:"We used Enhance Floors to add hardwood floors to our house. They were helpful and very professional every step of the way. They worked well with us and even offered financing of the work. The product was of a high quality and we were very pleased."
Thank you, Rachel. We enjoyed working with you and your family. Let us know when you are ready to get started on your basement project.