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You spent the money on remodeling your home. You found out the average cost of a kitchen remodel and the average cost of a bathroom remodel. You figured out how to budget remodeling in terms of new tile and carpet. You did this work to have your house look beautiful, so why mess it up? It’s important to have a place to put your dirty shoes and jackets when you come into the home, which is why many families are investing in mudrooms.

Mudrooms come in many shapes and sizes and are used for various purposes. When investing in a mudroom, it’s important to know exactly what you’ll want it for. Is this short, narrow pathway the main entrance to the home? Will it be used all year round? Do you have pets who trek mud everywhere? What else will be stored in the mudroom? Ultimately, knowing the answers to these important questions will help determine the layout of your mudroom and how it flows with the rest of your home.

No matter where or when the mudroom is for, one important feature of a mudroom is having plenty of space. With the different needs and wants of homeowners, enough space comes in handy when, or if, you decide to add a closet, bench, cubbies, or one of many other common mudroom accessories. A room made for mess, it’s important to think about organization when dealing with a mudroom.

Finally, something many homeowners overlook when designing a mudroom is the flooring. With all the mud and dirt that will be dragged through this room, it’s important to have a floor that is both durable and easy to clean. Great mudroom floors include laminate, tile, vinyl, or even concrete.

When you have children and pets, a mudroom in your home is a must! A simple room with a big purpose, mudrooms will help keep your home clean and take the extra stress off your everyday routine. When you’re finally ready to build a mudroom, call a general contractor you can trust. Call a contracting family that’s been serving its neighbors in the Johnstown PA, Latrobe PA and Altoona PA area for over 34 years. Call Mihalko’s General Contracting for your home remodeling needs.

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