Building Tips from a Stagehand

Designing An ADA-Compliant Bathroom With Style

Having an ADA-approved bathroom in your home has many benefits. If you have a disabled resident in your home, it's an obvious must. But making way for disabled visitors is another benefit. Preparing for the future when an elderly resident is present is one other reason that people choose ADA-compliant bathrooms. But it also gives you more options for having visitors and residents of all types. If you plan to do vacation rentals or even sell your home, it will appeal to a wider range of people. Read More 

Things To Consider Before Installing Engineered Siding

Homeowners love installing vinyl siding to protect their existing sidewalls, make their home more energy efficient, and to update the style of their property. It is an extremely smart remodel, no matter what your motivation for doing it. When you install vinyl siding, there are a few other things that you need to worry about. Most of these issues just amount to logistical and practical decisions you need to make. Here are a few smart things to think about before you install vinyl siding. Read More 

Securing Your Property By Protecting Your Investment - Maintaining A Newly Paved Asphalt Driveway

Asphalt remains a popular material for driveway paving due to its resiliency and smooth, fashionable look. However, once you've decided to commit to the investment that comes with asphalt paving, it's important that you take steps to make sure that investment is protected. Otherwise, you might find yourself frustrated by a surface that has lost its luster. Below, you'll find a guide to some steps you should take to maintain your paved asphalt driveway. Read More 

Three Chimney Safety Mistakes To Avoid

Whether you just like the glow of a warm fire or you depend on your fire place to provide some of your home's heat, ensuring that it is safe to use should be at the top of your list of priorities. The following are a few dangerous mistakes to avoid when using your fireplace so that you can ensure your family is safe. #1: Burning the wrong wood What you burn and how you burn it are equally important. Read More 

HVAC Tips For New Home Owners

If you are a new homeowner, then you should educate yourself on your air conditioning and heating system so you are familiar with how it works and what you can do to make sure you get as much use out of it as possible. Understanding the system is also important when it comes to helping you to get the most out of it while spending as little money as possible. Here are some HVAC tips you should be aware of as a new homeowner: Read More