“Modern Home Improvement is the most important home improvement subject of our time,” says Chris Cope, Founder of Home Improvement Magazine.
“It’s a huge subject, with so many people working in it and so much information.
I thought it was important to tell people what’s going on.”
In the wake of the economic downturn, it’s becoming increasingly difficult for people to afford home improvement.
The American Society of Home Builders has said that as many as 75 percent of the American population lacks access to modern home improvement services.
That’s why it’s important to educate people about the basics of modern home maintenance.
“You want to be able to tell your family that you want them to know the basics, but also the fundamentals of the process,” says Cope.
“What you want to know is: Is the house safe?”
To that end, Cope and his wife and three children visited a house that was recently renovated and got a first-hand look at what was going on inside.
“We found it had been rebuilt by a company with an extensive experience in the field,” says James P. Pinto, a senior vice president at Home Improvement magazine.
“There was no major damage to the house, and it was in pretty good shape.
It’s just that it was taken out of the garage and had to be rebuilt.”
“It was really an easy decision to do, because there were no issues with the house,” says Pinto.
The Pintons bought the house in 2008, but their renovations lasted about a year.
“I’m very proud of how it turned out,” says Christopher.
“But the real thing is that we bought it because we loved the house.
We had a lot of love for it and wanted to keep it as it was.
We’ve been working on it for almost a year now, and now that we’ve done it, it looks fantastic.
We don’t have any concerns about it going down the drain.”
What’s the difference between modern home repair and modern home remodeling?
Modern home repair is the process of adding a new home to a house, often for a few thousand dollars.
“This is a process that you would do if you were to remodel a house in the United States,” says Tom Cope of Cope Homes.
“If you were remodeling a house and you had some issues with it, you could bring it back in.
But modern home repairs are a little different.
There’s a very distinct difference in how modern home construction is done.”
Cope says modern home renovations include many steps.
“The whole idea is to get rid of things like mold and water damage,” he says.
“To really clean and fix a house like this, it has to be done in a very, very short amount of time.
It has to have structural integrity.
It needs to be stable.
“You have to know how to work with these materials, and you have to understand how to use them. “
That’s why modern home restoration requires a very high degree of skill, and there’s no way around it,” says the Cope brothers.
“You have to know how to work with these materials, and you have to understand how to use them.
You have to have the proper equipment to make the repairs.
The only time you can’t do a modern home renovation is if you have some kind of financial or medical issue that’s preventing you from working with the materials.
You’re limited in the amount of work you can do.
You can only do it if you’re able to work for a very long time.”
The process of modern remodeling involves the same basic components as modern home preservation, such as paint, ceiling and floor boards, doors and windows.
“They all need to be professionally cleaned,” says David Pinto of Copes Homes.
“[But] modern home owners have more control in the way they do the work, because they can have more flexibility and do it as they see fit.”
The Cope Brothers, with their Cope Home Restoration experience, are in the business of remodeling, not fixing.
“Our goal is to keep the house looking its best,” says Michael.
“A lot of times we’re working with a very good-looking house and the exterior needs to look great.”
To accomplish that, the Copes have a lot more control over the exterior of their homes.
“When we’re renovating, the first thing we do is we paint the house to make sure that everything looks good,” says Thomas.
“Once we’ve got that in place, we do a little bit of refinishing.
And we do some kind to the outside of the house that really helps it look its best.
And that’s it.”
And, says Christopher, “We have to do everything in a way that the home will be able and comfortable for our family to move in and enjoy the home.”
The Brothers, however, are not limited to the remod