The Benefits of Installing a Whole-Home Water Filtration System Over a Single Under-Sink Water Filter

Installing a whole-home water filtration system offers a number of benefits over just installing an under-sink filtration system connected to your kitchen faucet. While both will give you great tasting and safe drinking water, a whole-home water filtration system carries a number of additional benefits that can justify the additional expense of filtering all the water used in your home. Here's a look at just a few perks to consider. Read More 

Four Tips For Keeping Your Awning In Great Condition

Awnings are extremely easy to take of. In fact, you could even leave your awning alone and it would still last quite a while. However, it could still become dirty and not look as appealing, and it will start to fade in the sun, as well, especially if it's directly in the sunlight for most of the day. To keep the aesthetic appeal of your awning, here are four tips to keep it in good condition: Read More 

Adding A Room To Your Home? Tips To Follow To Make The Addition Pay Off

If your home is cramped or no longer meets your current needs, you may be considering a home addition. When you complete a home addition, you may be able to add another living space, create another bathroom, add a bedroom, or extend the space of your kitchen. But, if this is not your forever home, you need to be careful when completing the addition to ensure it pays off and will help your home sell when you eventually move. Read More 

3 Tips For Getting Rid Of Clogged Drains

One thing you will want to do is ensure all the stuff in your home is running smoothly. This means taking time to provide all the drains in your home are draining as well as possible.  It's surprising how quickly it can be for these drains to become clogged. Of course, there are some things you will need to watch out for to prevent this from happening. Being aware of tips you can put to use each day is the key to getting the results you'll want by having drains that don't clog, such as: Read More 

Three Things That Should Be On A Roofing Contract

When you hire a roofer to make repairs to (or completely replace) your roof, you will typically be given a contract to peruse and sign. It's important to thoroughly read the information contained in the form because it will stipulate what your mutual responsibilities are. Here are three things the contract should contain to ensure your rights, and checkbook, are protected. Start, Completion, and Payment Dates One of the more important things that should be on the contracts are dates for when the roofers will start the work, the expected date of completion, and when payments are due, particularly if the project will take a long time. Read More