Home remodeling is an exciting and horrifying thing to go through. Yes, you want everything to look as you want it to, but do you really want to go through the process to make it look that way? Probably not. My blog is all about surviving a renovation project in your home. You will learn tips that will make it an easier process for your entire family. I have even included some easy to follow instructions for creating a make-shift kitchen to help you survive kitchen renovations without getting to know the pizza delivery guy more than you should.
8 August 2018
As a homeowner one of the worst problems you can deal with is a moisture leak and water damage in your home's interior. Water leaks and moisture damage can lead to mold and mildew problems along with destruction to many furnishings, books, and carpeting. Here are two improvements you can make to your home to keep its interior dry and free of moisture intrusion and leaks. Replace and Update Your Roof Gutter Drainage
19 January 2017
If you're doing some remodeling around your home, you may want to start with the kitchen. This is the area where you might spend a great deal of time and work to make the space as usable and cozy as possible. One effective way to alter your kitchen area without breaking the bank is by giving it a new paint job. Of course, this will require the right type of paint and some tips to enable you to get the job done with ease.
7 December 2016
When you have a small master bathroom and you want to make it roomier, one option is to hire a contractor to tear out one of the bathroom's walls and expand it into the adjacent room. If your home isn't conducive to this type of work or you don't have the budget for this renovation, there are a number of simple ways that your contractor can make the bathroom feel larger without actually changing the square footage.
28 November 2016
If you're building a house with vinyl siding, you're making a great choice. Vinyl siding is available in an amazing array of styles and colors and is quite easy to install. However, while your vinyl siding will certainly look good when you hang it up initially, you want to make sure that it stays that way for the long haul. Use this information to learn more about two tips that can help keep your vinyl siding looking good for as long as possible.
4 October 2016
Storage space is sometimes hard to come by, depending on the home that you live in. If you have a small garage, no usable attic, and no basement to dedicate to additional storage, you might resort to using your closets for storing most of the possessions that you access throughout the year. When you are not capable of building outward by expanding the garage or even your home, you need to get creative.