If you're going to invest in a new furnace to improve climate control in your home, you should check your insulation, too. If your home isn't insulated very well, you'll still have a hard time keeping warm in the winter and avoiding chilly drafts. You could start with an energy audit to see where your home is losing heat, or you could just add better insulation to your attic and walls. [Read More]
Ways To Decorate The Concrete Of Your Patio Area
If you are planning on having concrete poured for your backyard patio then you may want to also have the concrete dyed or stamped. There are some benefits that come with adding a little more to your concrete and you can read about a few of them right here. Benefits of dying the backyard concrete If you choose to have the concrete dyed, then you can choose the color you want which will allow you to start a good foundation to build on with regards to your patio décor. [Read More]
Are You Doing A Kitchen Remodel?
Have you already been doing research on the things you want to do to your kitchen? If not, consider setting up a small file, maybe an accordion file, so that you can start collecting things like pictures from decorating magazines and notes of things you want to do. From selecting quartz countertops to choosing your kitchen furniture, here are some ideas that might help you to design an attractive kitchen that you and yours will enjoy for a long time. [Read More]
Fire Extinguishers Outside The House? Where To Put Them And Why
Normally, most people would never think of fire extinguishers as an outside-the-home product. However, you absolutely should have "outside" fire extinguishers. Here is where you need to place them, and why. On the House Near a Fire Pit or Burning Barrel If you have a fire pit, wood can easily crackle, jump, and spark, throwing embers to the ground or into chairs and laps. Burning barrels are used for burning refuse, but they should not be left burning. [Read More]