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!

Answering A Few Heat Pump Questions For Homeowners

6 December 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Homeowners will have an assortment of options that can be used for providing the house with heat. When it comes time for you to upgrade your heating system, it can be beneficial to learn more about the viability of using a ductless heat pump system for this need. How Will A Ductless Heat Pump Distribute The Warm Air? One of the key benefits of using a ductless heat pump system is that these devices can be installed in very small areas. Read More …

4 Benefits Plus Safety Features Of Glass Railings

4 August 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

The addition of a glass railing will do many wonderful things for your deck. In fact, the benefits far outweigh the extra cost. Here are a few: View: Unlike wooden rails, they allow for an unobstructed view so you can enjoy the beauty surrounding your house. Imagine lounging around enjoying the view from your very own deck without having to look around wooden rails. Maintenance: They are very easy to maintain. Read More …

3 Tips For Maintaining Your Home’s Concrete Foundation To Prevent Future Problems

16 July 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If your home has a concrete foundation, you may wonder what you can routinely do to keep the structure intact and prevent future problems. If so, use the following three tips for maintaining your home's concrete foundation: Keep an Eye on Water Drainage One thing you need to do to keep your foundation intact is to keep an eye on water drainage around the base of your home. If water stands for too long while in contact with the concrete, it will eventually break down your foundation, resulting in leaks into your basement or crawl space. Read More …

Painting Tips To Paint A Room Like A Pro

16 January 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

You can transform any room in your home by just painting it a new color and painting the baseboards to help make them pop. If you can't paint at all or just don't have the time to do the work, you can hire a professional painter to get the job done. If you're a do-it-youselfer and want to try to paint your home, do so with the tips below to get a finished job that looks like it was professionally done. Read More …

The Silver Lining In Your Home Lost To Fire

10 January 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Losing your home to a fire may seem like the most devastating thing in the world. It may feel like that for a while, at least until your insurance company sends a check for your new home to be built. You will have to consult with several new home builders before the insurance company will issue the check, and there is always the cost of your deductible that you will have to pay first. Read More …