Rook leaks, foundation problems, and mold issues are the repairs that we discussed in Part 1 of home repairs that can't be put off. These are all areas of home repair where it can take very little time for a minor issue to become major damage. Unfortunately, there are some other areas that fall into the same category. Some problems just can't wait or you risk much bigger, costlier problems down the line.
Here are the signs of an overtaxed electrical system that ...
It is never a bad idea or a bad time to invest in your home and capitalize on the benefits of home improvement. But sometimes DIYers have to ask themselves, "Is this really worth my time?" When is it smart to DIY and when is it time to outsource? We want to suggest a list of DIY projects that give you a great return on the investment of your time and your money.
It's DIY Time!
Painting - One of the easiest ...
Curb appeal is all about first impressions. First impressions can be nearly impossible to reverse or undo. And all it really takes is a glance of about 3 seconds for someone to form a first impression of your home or business based on the outward appearance. So make a great first impression with these curb tips:
Boost Your Curb Appeal
Lawn: The simplest way to boost curb appeal is to have a well manicured lawn. Healthy looking, weed free trimmed grass, clean lines around walkways and ...
Are you part of the Do-It-Yourself (DIY) movement? The DIY movement is growing every year, with no signs of slowing down. We find that there are just about as many reasons to DIY as there are DIYers!
What is your motivation to DIY?
To save money
The freedom to add your own special touch or style
To learn and develop new skills
Feeling of satisfaction in completing a project on your own
True enjoyment of the process
To keep your mind and body ...
There are so many advantages to hardwood floors - easy cleanup, better air quality, durability and versatility. One of the biggest advantages is the ability to refinish instead of replace. Unfortunately, even the finest of hardwood flooring surfaces is not immune to wear and tear. Thankfully, you can refinish your hardwood floors yourself and get them looking like new again without a major demolition. Let's talk about the best practices for perfectly finished floors.
Prepare the Room
Take everything out - yes everything! ...