Removing Hazards In Your Home

Older homes can sometimes have hazards theft behind from the time they were built that need to be removed to make the house safe. It is not a situation where you can deal with it yourself because some regulations and procedures need to be followed so that the removal is safe for everyone involved.  Lead Paint One of the earliest hazards that needs removing from your home is lead paint. Paint that was made with lead in it was commonly used on wood trim around windows and doors. Read More 

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 

Cracked Or Broken Patio Door Glass? Dos And Don’ts For Fixing It Quickly To Keep Your Family Safe

When patio door glass cracks or breaks, it is important to fix the door quickly to keep your family safe. A broken patio door window makes your home easier for criminals to break into, and if there is jagged glass left in the door, it poses a safety hazard to small children, pets, and even adults. Whether you have swinging, sliding, French, or any other patio door style, make sure you fix your door(s) promptly to re-secure your home and eliminate the safety hazard it poses. Read More 

Use Reclaimed Wood To Bring Something Special To Your Bathroom

Your bathroom is your sanctuary, and you should take the time during your remodel to make it into something special. Reclaimed wood has become a popular way to create unique pieces that are environmentally conscious. Regardless for your reasons for considering this option, here are some ideas that make use of reclaimed wood to get your creative juices flowing. Vanity Perhaps the easiest place to make use of this material is with your bathroom vanity. Read More 

Five Attractive Garage Door Styles to Boost Your Curb Appeal

The garage door is an all-too-often overlooked opportunity to increase your home's curb appeal. By choosing a garage door that coordinates with the rest of your home, but also stands out and calls attention to itself, you can set your home apart from others in the area. Here's a look at five unique, attractive garage door styles to consider. Industrial Metal If you have a modern home exterior with clean lines and simple geometry, an industrial-style metal garage door will look perfect. Read More