How To Recover And Repair Your Basement From Water Damage
30 December 2016
Water damage in your residence can be very destructive. If you have a flood in your area that runs into your basement, it is most important to remove the water as soon as possible and completely dry and repair all surfaces. You can find many building and/or remodeling contractors that specialize in recovering and repairing your home from water damage. Once you find a contractor that you wish to hire, it is important to work closely with him or her so that you are knowledgeable of all the processes that they will use to repair your water damage.
Two Options To Consider When Purchasing Window Awnings
30 November 2016
Residential window awnings serve a larger purpose than just adding beauty to your home's facade. They help lower the temperature inside your home, while also preventing sun fading to carpet and upholstery. In fact, with awnings you may not even need to wash the windows as often since they are protected from dust and moisture. When it comes to awnings you have several choices to make. The following guide can help you sort through the various options.
3 Tips For Painting Vinyl Siding
21 November 2016
When it comes to updating the appearance of your home's exterior, refreshing your siding can be beneficial. If you are hoping to complete your exterior remodel with minimal financial investment, then replacing your existing vinyl siding may not be an option. Adding a coat of a paint to your siding can be an affordable way to change the look of your home.
Here are three tips to keep in mind as you paint your vinyl siding to ensure the finished product is functional.
Installing A New Shower? Don't Make These Mistakes!
28 September 2016
Installing a new shower can give your whole bathroom new appeal. It's lovely to step into a brand new, crystal clean shower. But if you want to make sure that shower keeps serving you well for years to come, you must avoid these common mistakes homeowners make when installing a new shower.
Not angling the floor towards the drain.
If you're installing a one-piece shower insert, you can likely disregard this advice since most are already designed with this concern in mind.