Building Tips from a Stagehand

How Relining Your Sewer Line Saves Your Yard And Repairs The Pipe

If your sewer line is bad and needs to be replaced, you probably dread the thought of the contractor digging up your backyard and destroying your plants to replace the pipe. To replace a sewer pipe, the contractor has to dig a trench alongside the old one. If you have a long pipe from your home to the city's sewer line, you'll have a massive trench in your yard. However, there could be an alternative solution. Read More 

Making A First Impression With A Custom Entry Door

When someone comes to your home, the first thing they see is your front door. A beautiful front entry door is a great way to greet your visitors, and with so many styles to choose from, there is no limit to the design possibilities. While you may want to choose simply by the look of the door, there is more to consider when looking at entry doors, including the security of your home or property. Read More 

Strategies for Saving Money While Building Your Custom Home

If you and your spouse have decided to build a custom home, then it is vital that you know how to save yourselves some money during the process. To get you started thinking about different ways you can trim down your budget, consider each of the following strategies: Tour Homes to Determine the Layout and Finishes You Want in Your Custom Home Before you start designing your home, first you need to be sure of the space use and finishes you want. 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 

Interesting Ways to Keep Your Home Warm: Tips for You

If you are a homeowner living in an area in which winters can be harsh, you may find winter to be especially frustrating and troubling. After all, you want your home to be comfortable and cozy for you all throughout the year, and you want to be able to take refuge from the cold outside during the winter months. The problem is that you may not know some of the ways that you can get your home as warm and comfortable as possible in spite of the frigid cold outside. Read More