Improving the form and function of your house doesn’t need to be a time-consuming, expensive, or frustrating process. With a few small upgrades and add-ons, your home is going to be safer and more efficient than ever, creating a better home and even raising your property values. Here are four great installations to invest in the betterment of your quality of life.
Having a home solar power system can be a great way to save money and help the environment – but installing photovoltaic (PV) panels on your home does come with some drawbacks. These panels are mounted to the roof and specifically angled to absorb light directly from the sun, which is then converted into electricity.
If you think home improvement is just all about repairing or replacing what’s old and broken, putting up new decors, improving curb appeal and following the design trends, then you’re missing out on something important. Today, more and more homeowners are employing smart home technologies as part of their efforts for home improvement, and we understand why. Smart technology is an ecosystem of products, appliances, and apps that make your life at home more comfortable, convenient and energy-efficient.
You can compare building your first home to climbing a mountain. When you are at the base of that towering landmass, it seems like an insurmountable obstacle, and getting to the top is merely a dream. However, armed with good equipment, reliable tools and some good old-fashioned knowledge, you can conquer the highest peak. All you need is the will and perseverance. Every journey needs a first step, and acquiring useful information is usually where one starts. With that in mind, here are some basic tips for building your first home.
Today I want to talk about a flooring option which you may not have given much consideration. You can use it in any room in your house to give a look of modern elegance or the feel of rustic warmth. If you haven’t looked into wood-look tile as an option for your remodeling projects, then you really ought to; it’s all the sturdiness of tile with the aesthetic appeal of wood.
Snow is on the ground, the Holidays are coming, and Fireplace Season is officially upon us. Whether you’re prepping for family gatherings or a visit from Santa Claus, you want your fireplace to look its best. So let’s take a couple minutes to discuss what goes into a fireplace (yes, besides wood).