Have You Purchased A Home With An Unfinished Basement?

Is this your first time to own a house with a basement as part of the floor plan? If that's the case, you're more than likely not exactly sure how you want to use the extra large space. From arranging for basement waterproofing to planning how to design the basement area, here are some ideas that might help you. Start With Basement Waterproofing - The first thing you should do is to make sure that the builder of your house installed drains and seal pumps while the basement was being built. Read More 

Damp Basement – Start At The Top And Work Your Way Down

Did you spend your summer this year battling moisture in your basement? Have you started looking into what could be causing the problem, rather than mopping up and disinfecting the area every time it gets a little wet? Here, you'll find a few things to consider that will help reduce the moisture that seeps into your basement. Look Up                                Read More 

Transform The Bathroom Into An Easy-To-Clean Kids’ Bathroom

Are you planning to redo the bathroom that your kids mostly use? If so, there are all kinds of things that you'll have to decide on. Here, you'll find a few tips to help ensure that your finished bathroom renovation project provides your family with everything needed in an easy to care for manner. Go with Tile When you're finishing a bathroom in which you know the kids will be using, you want a bathroom that's finished with the most durable, easy to clean materials possible. Read More 

Three Reasons Why Ornamental Aluminum Fencing Is Gaining In Popularity

Ornamental aluminum fencing is gaining in popularity with homeowners. This type of fencing can be placed around the perimeter of a home, around a pool, can be used to create a handrail down exterior steps, or can be installed around a deck or patio. If you are in the market for new fencing, you may be wondering why ornamental aluminum fencing is gaining in popularity. Here are a few of those reasons. Read More 

4 Safety Tips To Deal With A Broken Water Heater Safely While Waiting On Repairs

Water heaters are not meant to last forever, and as they get older, there are going to be occasional problems. Sometimes, these problems can easily be repaired but they may require replacing your old water heater. The following tips will help you deal with problems safely while waiting for help with repairing or replacing your water heater: 1. Dealing with A Linking Water Heater and Shutting It Off While Waiting for Repairs  Read More