Three Things To Consider Prior To A Home Remodeling Project

Whether you're adding a new bathroom or a whole new wing, a home remodeling project is always exciting. Yet those who don't plan sufficiently often find themselves feeling much more stressed out than they should. If you have plans to undertake a remodeling project soon and would like to arm yourself with some important information, read on. This article will introduce three frequently overlooked issues to discuss with your contractor. [Read More]

Eavestrough Installation Mistakes Every DIY Homeowner Should Avoid

The eavestroughs that are affixed at the overhang of your roof serve the valuable purpose of capturing rainwater and moisture and wicking it away from your home to an appropriate destination. While installing new eavestroughs is perhaps one of the simplest DIY tasks you can tackle as a homeowner, the task can involve some pretty common mistakes. before you pack out the ladder and gather your supplies, there are a few common mistakes you should get to know and try to avoid while you are installing your own eavestroughs. [Read More]

Benefits Of Adding A Sunroom To Your Home

Sunrooms are typically added to increase the amount of natural light a house receives. They also allow you to enjoy the beauty of the outdoors while within the comfort and privacy of your home. These rooms are among the most versatile in a home because they can be used for whatever purpose you want or need. In addition to versatility, sunrooms offer several other benefits. Multi-Functional Rooms Although sunrooms are commonly used as a location to grow plants and as a place to enjoy them while relaxing and entertaining indoors, they can also be used as exercise rooms, playrooms for children, home offices, family rooms, arts & crafts rooms and more. [Read More]

Bought A New Home? Don't Skip Having The Chimney Inspected

A fireplace can be a big selling point for a home; just imagine cozy winter days spent relaxing in front of a warm fire. But if you've recently bought a home with a fireplace, it's important that you get a chimney inspection before firing it up for the first time. After all, you don't know how well the former owners kept up with chimney maintenance, and a poorly-maintained chimney can be a serious safety hazard. [Read More]