Preventing Ridge Rot In Conditioned Attics

Preventing Ridge Rot In Conditioned Attics


Renovating With Nature in Mind: How to Incorporate Upcycling in the House

When renovating, you can contribute to green efforts through upcycling. Here are tips to encourage upcyling at home.

Another Episode In Home Improvement

Tim the tool man here again strapping on my trusty carpenters belt. This time I am embarking on a familiar project for most hard working carpenters in that I am building an interior wall. The first thing one has to do is draw up a blue print of what this wall frame would actually look like.

Basement Apartment: The Best Way of Transforming an Idle Space Into an Ideal Source of Income

Are you looking for an ideal source of income? You can earn money by making optimum use of the idle basement area of your home. Consider the four important aspects related to converting a basement apartment into a rental property and get ready to earn more.

How to Plan a Room Addition Project

Prevent cost overruns, schedule slips and major hassles on your major home remodeling project. Building a room addition is a major construction job. In some ways it is actually more extensive than building a new custom home.

Ten Top Trends for Residential Remodels and Room Additions in 2016!

Trends do come and go, there’s no doubt about that. But, while they’re hot, they can make your home rise above all the rest. Whether you just bought your home, or if you’ve lived in it for 30 years, now is the time to check out some hot trends that are out there in the market. It doesn’t always have to cost a lot either. So, if you’re ready, let’s take a look at some of the features that you can add to your home, right here – right now.

Aging in Place: 3 Things You Can Do Right Now to Make Your Home More Accessible to the Disabled

“Aging in Place” is becoming a topic of discussion in more and more homes today. As baby boomers continue to retire, they are living longer, and they don’t often want to move away from their home just to maintain an accessible lifestyle. The homes in which they grew up, or where they raised their families, are not always conducive to smooth flowing accessibility for a person with disabilities. Here are a few thoughts and ideas about how you can make your home more accessible to a disabled person.

5 Qualities Common To All Trusted Remodeling Businesses

Are you wanting to remodel your home to increase its selling value or simply to create that perfect layout you’ve always desired? Remodeling can be a massive investment that pays off when done correctly. Unfortunately, the reverse is true. Bad contracts, unfinished or shoddy work, and project costs that seem to grow and grow can quickly turn your dream home into a nightmare. Don’t fall victim to the troubles that occur when you hire the wrong contractor. Here are 5 qualities common to a trusted remodeling business.

When the Ship Hits the Fan

The odds of remodeling a kitchen or bathroom without any problems are slim to none. So if unforeseen problems pop up, work with your contractor to solve them quickly and efficiently because any good builder wants to keep you happy and then move on to his next job.

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