NEW YORK--(HGTVRemodels.com introduces ‘House Counselor’ Laurie March. Laurie, a professional home remodel manager and entrepreneur, uses a variety of interactive content to arm online visitors with expert advice and inspiration to help take the worry out of home remodels. The new House Counselor section of the web site features a blog where Laurie offers weekly posts on timely topics, tips and design ideas; videos that follow the uncensored step-by-step process of real remodel projects; articles, and photo galleries. Laurie also offers a glimpse of her up-to-the-minute favorite ideas via Instagram and the House Counselor Pinterest board.)--Homeowners who’ve endured a remodel know that it can be one of life’s most stressful undertakings. To help alleviate the anxiety of major makeovers,
“Laurie has a unique combination of talent—she can inspire and guide homeowners through the remodel process and those skills embody what HGTVRemodels is all about”
“Laurie has a unique combination of talent—she can inspire and guide homeowners through the remodel process and those skills embody what HGTVRemodels is all about,” said Rich Lacy, vice president of HGTV's digital emerging brands. “She’s an authority on every aspect of home renovation, from planning to completion, but she also understands the emotional impact that often accompanies major home makeover decisions.”
Regular content updates mean that site visitors can find the latest information about all areas of home remodeling and design. Current videos include “Meet Laurie,” which introduces and showcases Ms. March’s special skills as a remodel manager, and “Adam and John,” which features Laurie’s real clients who need a home makeover in six weeks to accommodate the couple’s new twin daughters. Site visitors also can find more in-depth details in the House Counselor articles, such as “Seven Things to do Before Calling a Pro” and photo galleries that offer rich visuals of Laurie’s favorite design ideas and recommendations when undertaking a home project.
“Remodeling isn’t just about tile, counter tops and wood choices,” said Laurie. “It’s about how you want to live in your home and how you want to experience your surroundings.”
HGTVRemodels.com (http://www.HGTVRemodels.com) is an online home remodeling information service powered by HGTV, the No.1 source for home-related media content. Providing users with the latest information on all areas of home improvement, HGTVRemodels.com features expert advice, videos, photo galleries and articles along with extensive tools, guides and information. Users also can interact with HGTVRemodels through Facebook and Twitter.