Building Tips from a Stagehand

Finishing Your Basement? 3 Services To Hire Out

If you have an unfinished basement that you have been dying to finish, then now may be the time to put your do-it-yourself skills to work. With so many tutorials now online, you can probably get away with doing a lot of the remodeling job on your own. However, there are a few things that you should hire out to the professionals, including the plumbing, electricity, and HVAC. Read on to learn more about why you should hire these three services out. Read More 

Don’t Lose Your Cool: Why Right Now Is The Time To Have A New Air Conditioner Installed In Your Home

You've been looking forward to summer all year long. Now that it's here, you want to be able to enjoy it. Unfortunately, you can't do that when you have air conditioner issues hanging over your head. If you've been postponing the replacement of your old air conditioner, it's time to stop. Take a look at just three of the reasons why now is the time for that new air conditioner you've been dreaming about. Read More 

3 Benefits Of Artificial Turf Grass For Your Dog

Any dog owner knows that it's much easier to own a dog if you have a backyard. This is because a yard provides a secured area where your pups can play and relieve themselves. However, traditional lawns don't work for everyone or every pet, so check out these three benefits of artificial turf grass for your dog instead of a traditional lawn.   It Can Be Installed Just About Anywhere Read More 

Out With The Old: 4 Reasons You Should Replace Your Old Shower Doors

If you've been putting off having your shower doors replaced, you might want to stop now: it's the perfect time to have them replaced. Tax season is here, which means you can use your return to pay for the new shower doors. Not only that, but the weather is warming up, which means you can head outside for some fun while your bathroom is being remodeled. If you're not sure it's time to replace your doors, here are four signs that now is definitely the right time for new shower doors. Read More 

Reducing Home Heating Costs

Keeping your home warm and comfortable throughout the winter is essential to the comfort and safety of your family. Most homeowners rely on a furnace to provide them with the heat needed to maintain a comfortable indoor temperature. Running your furnace through the winter can be costly, but there are some simple things you can do to help reduce your home-heating costs without sacrificing your comfort. 1. Take advantage of the sunshine. Read More