Building In-Law Space: Considerations For The Planning Process

3 Reasons You Should Be Your Own Contractor To Remodel Your Home

Posted on

It’s assumed that in order to complete a large home remodeling project you should hire a contractor for the job. However, contracting is simply the process of coordinating those skilled at performing specific duties. For this role, you need to be organized, patient, and confident in your abilities to manage a project. Here are three reasons you should be your own contractor when it comes down to remodeling your home.  Read More»

Natural Ways To Clean Your Glass And Make It Sparkle

Posted on

Using commercial glass cleaner can harm the environment because many contain nitrogen, which pollutes water and enters the air that you breathe. To keep glass clean in a way that’s healthier for the environment, you could use vinegar, or you can try some other natural cleaning methods. This guide explains some cleaning alternatives that won’t give you the vinegar smell, but will shine your glass like you’ve never known before. Read More»

Laser Beams And Garage Doors: What Happens When Garage Door Openers Don't Work

Posted on

Garage door openers are finicky things. Sometimes they open and sometimes they will not. If you have ever examined a garage door opener to see how it works, you might begin to understand why you have this problem with them. It all starts with a laser beam and ends with a problem that is easily fixed. Lasers and Garage Doors Laser technology has been applied to many everyday uses, including garage door openers. Read More»

Stinky Drains 101: Diagnose And Destroy The Odor

Posted on

You don’t have to live with stinky drains. In most cases, you can clean out the drains yourself and free your home from the odor. Sometimes, professional help is needed, but first try some of these ideas to fix it yourself. Locate the Odor Before you try anything, make sure the odor really is coming from the drain. Open the cabinet doors beneath the sink and make sure there are no leaks. Read More»

Three Reasons Why A Vinyl Fence Is The Safest Choice For Your New Puppy

Posted on

Having a fenced-in backyard certainly makes caring for your new puppy easier and more fun. You don’t have to worry about him or her running off and becoming injured when you’re playing fetch or working on new commands. A fenced-in yard will continue to serve you well as your dog ages. Instead of standing outside in the snow with a dog on a leash, you can just let your furry pal outside to do his or her business alone. Read More»