At Home Facelifters, our professionals have years of training and experience in painting, carpentry, renovations, repairs, and all other areas related to home improvement. We are lead certified, fully licensed (MA CSL #98013 & MA HIC #150412) and insured (liability & workmans comp,) so you never have to worry. We provide free detailed estimates, keep our scheduled appointments, and keep you informed about your project every step of the way. We will always give you fair pricing and guaranteed quality of materials and workmanship. 
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Bathroom Remodel on a Budget

by Joseph on March 31, 2013 11 Comments


You want to remodel your bathroom, but you don't want to break the bank, and that's a distinct possibility with any home renovation project. Here's the skinny on how fat your wallet needs to be to do the remodeling job that you want. And once you know what costs what, you can figure out which corners — or countertops — to cut.

According to Remodeling magazine's 2005 Cost vs. Value Report, a mid-range bathroom remodel is approximately $10,499, higher or lower depending on where you live (and how you define mid-range). Redoing your bathroom will cost you less in the South and more in the West and Northeast. The report also estimates that such a job will recoup 102 percent of its cost at resale. So at least you know you're not flushing money down the toilet. An upscale bathroom remodel is estimated to cost $26 ...

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Kitchen Remodel for $5,000

by Joseph on August 27, 2012 16 Comments
When it comes to home remodeling, the kitchen is almost always near the top of the wish list. It’s easy to understand why, especially right after Thanksgiving: Kitchens can be one of the most beautiful rooms in the house, and everyone wants an attractive space where they can prepare food and socialize over a good meal. Appearance aside, it’s also one of the most practical remodels. Unfortunately, many people put off kitchen remodeling because they think it’s too expensive. And it certainly can be – once you start talking custom cabinets, new appliances, fancy lighting, and all the rest, you’ll end up with a total easily more than $20,000. But it’s also possible to pull off a makeover with less than $5,000 if you plan carefully and get creative. The best part of a budget remodel? It’s easier on your bank account in ... read more
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