Home Remodeling Blogs in the Twin Cities
Renovating or just making repairs to a house in the Twin Cities? This is the post for you.
The last two blog posts here were about the Minneapolis and Saint Paul real estate markets in December. Though more homes have been selling, the prices they’ve been selling for has been dropping. That is due to a variety of reasons. One of them is that many of the houses in Minneapolis and
If you’re renovating or remodeling a home in the Twin Cities, you’re not alone. Lots of houses in the area, because of their age, are in need of at least a little fixing-up. Some more than others. This Star Tribune article about 2 Victorian homes in Minneapolis that had been given make-overs couldn’t possibly really describe all the work that goes into renovating a house or the time it takes. What better way to share stories about making home improvements than in blog form?
There are several blogs being written by locals about their adventures in home ownership.
He’s not a professional handyman, he just plays one on the internet. At Bungalow Twenty Three, Josh tells of his “euphoric victories, maddening miscalculations, and inevitable surprises of maintaining and restoring” a 1923 Craftsman bungalow in
StuccoHouse is a blog about the ups and downs of restoring a 1924 vintage bungalow in
Our Home in the Cities is a relatively recently started blog about the renovation of a private home. Join Jen, Jason, and their dog, Barley, as they explore the joys of owning and updating a Twin Cities house built in the 1920s. The newly-weds had a wedding to plan, so they were working on other things for a while, but now they have turned their attention to giving their home a serious make-over. Their current project? Re-doing the study!
1928 Northrop Bungalow was a blog started by Will Peterson about the renovating projects he performs on his
If you renovating, remodeling, repairing, updating, or just fixing up a house for fun, these blogs are worth checking out. Knowing that other people have gone through trouble with contractors, burst pipes, and “maddening miscalculations” can be very reassuring. Who knows, you may be inspired to start your own home renovation blog!
Have you started a blog and I didn’t mention it here? Post your link in the comments section!