There is a lot to think about when you’re renovating a home. You need to make many decisions, starting with what contractor to use and how much money you want to spend. It helps if you have a clear vision for how you want your home to look when you’re done. If you’re not sure what it is that you want yet, take some time to look through my blog. I’ll discuss everything from home additions to flooring materials to appliances and fixtures. These articles will help you get a sense of the possibilities for your home renovation, and help you narrow down your options. Eventually, you’ll decide on the renovations that are right for you.
27 February 2017
If you notice relatively large potholes across the surface of your asphalt driveway, then it is time to start thinking about repairing the asphalt. Potholes can cause some damage to your vehicle's suspension and tires and they can also cause general deterioration issues. If the potholes are not fixed, then damage may deepen and you may need to have your driveway completely repaved. Cold patching materials are the easiest to use when repairing potholes.
9 January 2017
When you make the decision to have a custom home built, you will likely be making one of the largest purchases and commitments that you will ever undertake. This will mean that you may want to learn about and consider some tips throughout this process to improve the odds that you have a smooth experience when buying the property and overseeing the construction of your home. Be Mindful of the Utility Needs for the Property
4 January 2017
Now that you are ready to build a home on your raw land, it's important to take a few steps first that will help ensure that you're building in the right location. Here are three things you should do before you start your building project: Hire a Land Surveyor One of the first things you should do before building anything (let alone a home) on your land, it's important to have it surveyed by a professional so you know exactly where the property lines are so nothing is built too close to them.
1 November 2016
When the temperature outside dropped, you rushed to turn on the heat. When you lowered the thermostat, you expected to be greeted with a steady flow of warm air – not a foul smell. If your furnace is causing an odor in your home, there is a reason why. The faster you can get to the bottom of the smell, the sooner you can resolve the problem. Burning One of the most common smells outputted from a furnace is a burning scent.
21 October 2016
All good things must come to an end, including the great times you've had with your pool. Unless you're fortunate enough to live in a mild climate where winter isn't a problem or you have a heated pool, winterization will be on the agenda sooner rather than later. The following offers plenty of tips on how you can effectively winterize your pool so it can be ready for the next year.