If you are a homeowner then you are probably looking to save money on household maintenance whenever you can. One thing you can do to save money is to tackle simple plumbing problems by yourself instead of calling in expensive professionals. While some plumbing tasks need the professional touch, a lot of them can be easily handled by a homeowner with a little know-how and some common tools. This handy guide will show you the tips and techniques needed to handle the problems you are most likely to face as a homeowner doing home improvements.
Do you want to make your backyard awesome this summer? Like most of us, you're probably done with winter weather and starting to daydream about an awesome summer. Are you thinking about longer days and being outside on hot nights? Oh yeah. Well we've got a huge collection of backyard ideas to take your mind off winter.
Are you looking to gain added space in your home but don't have the budget or the space for an addition? The answer to your problem might be right under your feet. A basement renovation to increase a home's square footage is not only a solution to expanding a home's usable space but is often considered a good investment.
Renovating your house can be a great way to make sure it stays up-to-date and relevant to your needs, but it can also be a stressful time for all involved. One such stress is deciding whether you end up staying in your home, or find somewhere temporary to stay until the work is done. How do you decide what the right choice is?
No one sets out to have a cluttered home, but life happens. That spacious house you moved into last year now has loose papers everywhere you look, a kitchen drawer full of mismatched cleaning cloths, and kids' bedrooms overflowing with toys. Some people become so discouraged by the clutter that they just decide to live with it.