Home Buying Is Easier When You Know Your Remodeling Options

When my husband and I purchased our first home, the process was stressful, but we settled on one we liked enough to live in temporarily until we expanded our family. When moving time arrived, we both dreaded the expected stress. We ended up using a different real estate agent than we did the first time, and we made a great decision, because she had a lot of home remodeling knowledge! We were adamant on finally finding our "perfect" home this time. When she showed us homes that lacked features we desired that we would have "nixed" before, she let us know if the feature could be added, and usually it could! We are now in our new home that we had a few small renovations performed on after we bought it, and we love it! I want to help others by sharing some remodeling tips I learned on a blog!

Transforming Your Deck Into A Sunroom: Four Room Ideas

3 January 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If your home has a deck that doesn't get enough year-round use, you may want to consider transforming that outdoor space into a sunroom. The additional space can provide more opportunities for year-round use and expand the available square footage of your home. Here are just a few fun uses to consider for your new sunroom. Children's Play Room Get rid of the toy clutter in your children's rooms and give them a dedicated place to play by using your sunroom as a play room. Read More …

3 Keys For Managing Your Home Electricity

29 December 2016
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

When you want to be sure that you are able to masterfully care for your household, you will need to do your best to improve your home electrical use. Taking full inventory of your electrical fixtures, the way that you use your electricity and other important matters will allow you to be a better steward of your household. This is critical, since the average household uses approximately 11,000 kilowatts of electricity per year to function and account for everyday life tasks. Read More …

Tips For Maintaining Your Oven

5 December 2016
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

You likely rely on your oven for many of your meals. It is difficult to cook or bake without a functioning oven, so you likely want to make sure that your oven has as little downtime as possible due to repairs needing to be made. Here are some tips for maintaining your oven in order to make sure that it is functioning as well as possible. 1. Check for Escaping Hot Air from Your Oven Read More …

What You Can Do to Keep Your Garage Door in Good Condition

8 November 2016
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Although it's easy to neglect it, your garage door is one of the most important parts of your house.  It helps to shield your car and other items stored in the garage from the elements, and it also opens in a convenient manner so you can park inside on rainy days.  However, like most things, your garage door is going to require some maintenance in order to stay in good condition. Read More …

Dealing with an Air Conditioning Unit That Doesn’t Emit Cool Air

24 October 2016
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you have an air conditioning unit in your bedroom to keep you cool during warmer months of the year, and you had noticed that you need to sleep on top of your covers because it isn't adequately cooling your room as you would like, you will most likely want to take steps to fix this problem. An air conditioner that does not emit cold air can be plagued by a variety of problems. Read More …