(PRWEB) June 15, 2012
The remodeling industry has become the saving grace of the construction industry. It has provided homeowners with a reason to stay motivated while contractors have increased their workload incredibly in recent years thanks to the home improvement market.
RemodelingCentral.com was created to help homeowners and contractors find different design plans, materials, guidance on home improvement projects, financing and a gallery filled with hundreds of project ideas. The site’s traffic has encouraged developers behind RemodelingCentral to go a step further, providing even more information on home services for visitors.
“I think that people really want to see the latest projects but also find the answers to common home improvement issues, and home services are just a part of that process to keep your house looking and working great,” said Jeff Giles, creator and content developer for RemodelingCentral.
RemodelingCentral has always provided an essential article database and blog that addressed common household projects as well as quirky ideas, such as creating recycled furniture or remodeling kitchens with lava stone countertops. Behind this content, the driving force came from visitors, who requested different project ideas and pictures for the blog and gallery. The requests led to further research and development, which eventually led to a list of different home services that weren’t being addressed elsewhere.
“Remodeling isn’t just about the newest projects or how to install a Jacuzzi. Those are just common ideas, but people really want to know about the caretaking that goes into a home, for before, after and currently renovating a house. Sometimes that means how to aerate a lawn or how to find fire damage restoration organizations. Most of the home services content is directed towards DIY homeowners but we also want to help them find local contractors who are licensed and insured to assist in the bigger projects,” said Giles.
The new home services content will debut in the next two weeks. Coverage will touch on all kinds of renovation projects, large and small, from grout cleaning to refinishing bathroom sinks. The hope is that visitors will also introduce ideas by sending feedback and requesting new project ideas, either through the blog or contact form on RemodelingCentral’s main page. However, the experts behind the site’s content have plenty of ideas and trends to help visitors with new projects and materials for their home.
RemodelingCentral’s developers have diligently been working on several projects, including a home valuation guide, which was rolled out two weeks ago. That tool and others to come are making RemodelingCentral a quintessential stop on the web for home improvement beginners and experts.