What to know before installing built-ins

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Homeowners can learn more about built-ins before deciding if they want to install them in their homes. Valley News/Courtesy photo
TEMECULA – After purchasing a new home, buyers often want to put their own fingerprint on the property. Homeowners anticipate the day when their homes are transformed into spaces that reflect their style and not the preferences of previous owners. When deciding how to renovate interior spaces, homeowners will make some relatively temporary changes, but they also may consider some permanent adjustments. Built-ins fall into the category of permanent adjustments, and while realty professionals note that built-ins tend to provide a good return on investment, homeowners can learn more about built-ins before deciding if they want to install them in their homes. What are built-ins? Realtor.com defines built-ins as any feature that is built into the interior of a home. The term “built
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