4 Reasons To Install Hardwood When Remodeling A Fixer-Upper Home

After buying a fixer-upper home, you likely have a long list of projects that you want to tackle in order to get it looking modern and more your style. Even if you're working with a limited budget, it's a good idea to consider which projects are worth the extra money spent due to the added durability or style you can add to your home. One of the best examples of this is hardwood flooring. [Read More]

How Modern French Doors Are Designed With Security In Mind

Although French doors have always been admired for their chic styling and ability to flood a room with natural light, they have also been scrutinized for their vulnerability to home intruders. Older models of these classic doors did indeed have security issues fundamental to their design, but newer versions have been updated with modern home-security measures to ensure the safety of your home and family. If you love the look of French doors but have been on the fence because of their security reputation, read on to learn how this has changed for your benefit. [Read More]

Plaster Ceiling Patching Steps

A leak from roof damage or even from an overflowing sink on the second floor can cause damage to the plaster on your ceiling. You can't simply paint over it, since either paint won't cover the damage completely or the stain will bleed through the paint. The following can help you repair the damage so your plaster looks like new again. Step 1: Remove the Damage Plaster walls have lime, which sometimes reacts with water and creates bubbles on the surface of the damaged plaster. [Read More]

Three Window Improvements To Reduce Energy Loss For The Winter Months

The windows in your home may be one of the areas where you lose the most heat. This is why you may be considering different improvements to keep the energy in your home. Replacing them may be too costly, but there are many other things that can be done, such as installing window film, shutters, and treatments to help make them more energy efficient. Here are some window improvements that will help you keep the heat in your home this winter:  [Read More]