Updating 1970s homes
Pour a concrete patio or add a raised deck for the floor of the porch.
Consider adding a short railing for visual interest as well.
Removing these ceilings isn't difficult, but it is messy.
Depending on the scale of your project and your experience level, this could be a do-it-yourself job.
However, most people hire professionals to replace their windows.
Removing paneling requires some work, but this is the basic process: An efficient way to counter the effect of a low ceiling is to add skylights.
You can choose from a variety of different designs, including flat window-style skylights, tubes that extend through the attic insulation, and domed lights.
There are several ways you can remedy this problem.
Dark wall coverings are a common problem with ranch homes.
With their single-story construction and efficient use of space, there's a lot to love about ranch houses.
However, one look at the popcorn ceilings and 70s-era paneling will tell you that there's also plenty to improve.
As they grow, the bushes will also provide some vertical interest.
You can also add height by bringing tall trees to your yard.