Wednesday, March 16, 2016 8:40:00 AM
Whether you have additional time off from work or not, holidays can be a great time to catch up on the home improvement projects that have been neglected during busy work days. It’s likely that you’ll have houseguests over during any holiday, such as Easter, Halloween, Thanksgiving or Christmas. Why not take this time to focus on a larger home improvement project, like creating a welcoming space for your guests. Get started by following these home improvement tips.
Wednesday, July 29, 2015 8:00:00 AM
Summer is an ideal time to complete home improvement projects. Whether it’s a landscape update, installing new siding or replacement windows, or building a new deck or sunroom, no project is too big or too small. You’ll often see an uptick in customers at the home improvement stores during summer. The warm weather and longer daylight hours make it a prime time to get outside and catch up on maintenance projects.
Monday, November 25, 2013 10:25:00 AM
Siding is one of the top investments you can make to improve the integrity and look of your home. If you’ve decided to move forward with purchasing new vinyl siding, you need to plan for it. First, you must take care of measuring for the siding. It sounds easy enough, but it’s actually one of the trickiest steps to the job. There’s a right way to do it and then there’s a million wrong ways to do it. It’s probably better if you read on and discover the right way.
Tuesday, October 29, 2013 10:49:00 AM
Man caves have multiple purposes – they’re a place to be alone, away from women, pursue a hobby, and of course hang out with male friends. So gentlemen, if the thought of having your own private space within your home sounds too good to be true, here are some suggestions to get you started. Before starting, you need to do two things. First, read this list of cool man cave ideas, and secondly walk through the space and visualize what you want your Man Cave to look like.
Friday, October 25, 2013 9:15:00 AM
Curb appeal is a big buzz word these days in the home improvement and home decor industries. In the real estate market, it can be said that curb appeal can mean the difference between a showing and subsequent sale, or a drive by that generates no interest. Curb appeal is also important to the homeowner who is not planning to sell. It improves and maintains the value of a neighborhood, it makes your home welcoming and helps define and project your design personality.
Tuesday, October 15, 2013 9:35:00 PM
More and more people are working from home now; with freelance careers, remote work stations and start-ups on the rise, we get to enjoy the comforts of home… at work. If you’re making the transition from office building to spare room, we have a few suggestions to help you with the process. And remember, just because you didn’t design your house around this work situation, doesn’t mean you can’t integrate your new opportunity into your existing living space.
Friday, October 11, 2013 8:18:00 AM
Looking for a way to expand your home’s square footage without building an entirely new addition? Look up! If the space above your head stands empty, chances are good you can transform your blank attic canvas into an entertainment area, play room, craft room or man cave. The benefit of utilizing this already-existing space is, of course, the cost. Since you can use the already existing framework and roof, the financial investment can come in much smaller than it would if you needed to add an entirely new addition.