Mold and mildew often appear in bathrooms and make them look a little uglier. Thankfully, it is possible to address this situation by renovating the bathroom and keeping mold and mildew from growing in there ever again. Mildew Can Be Dangerous Mildew is a form of mold that grows wherever it is damp. That's why it grows in bathrooms so often. It can also attract other forms of mold that can be dangerous to your health.
9 November 2017
The windows of a home are often taken for granted and seen as a merely functional feature. As well as light, ventilation, and a view of the world outside, windows can have a huge impact on the overall look and feel of your home. Depending on your choice of windows, this can be a positive impact or a highly negative one. This is particularly true in regards to the windows that are used in the living areas of your home.
3 October 2017
While you will want every room in your house to be clean, this especially applies to the bathroom. But, when you bought your home, you may have known that one of the bathrooms was not going to be easy to maintain. For instance, hardwood floors can work in a bathroom, but since they are susceptible to water damage, you need to keep a watchful eye on the floor to clean up all spills immediately.
6 September 2017
Everybody loves the look, feel and smell of a clean and tidy house but virtually nobody enjoys the work that must go into keeping it that way. In fact, the average woman devotes over an hour each day to maintain the household (not including food prep and laundry). When you put that over a year, it's equivalent to two full weeks of 24/7 cleaning each year; time that could be better spent with loved ones or languishing on a tropical beach.
1 September 2017
While you may be remodeling to update your home for yourself, you should keep in mind how your home remodel will affect your ability to sell your home if you choose to do so in the future. Below you will find some social trends that should influence your remodeling choices. By keeping these trends in mind, you will create a home that will be comfortable for you now, but that will sell quickly when you need it to.
1 September 2017
Whether you're planning a complete kitchen makeover or a more subtle remodel, upgrading your cabinetry can be one of the best decisions you make. Not only can cabinet upgrades provide you with more practical storage, but new cabinets can have a huge impact on the overall look and feel of your kitchen. As you plan out your kitchen, keep some of these up-and-coming kitchen cabinet trends in mind! Two-Toned Cabinetry
29 August 2017
When it's time to replace one of the windows in your home, there's nothing wrong with going to a window retailer with the measurements of your current window and buying an exact replica. However, you can also use this opportunity to go a different route. You may wish to give some thought to a different shape for your replacement window. Generally, the replacement window will need to be slightly larger than your old window, as the installer will simply cut more of the wall away.
29 August 2017
If you've been feeling unhappy with the way that the flooring looks in your kitchen, it may be a good idea to look into how replacing the tile floors can make a big impact. One of the most common reasons why people put off getting new tile floors installed is due to concerns over the costs involved. If this is what's stopping you from getting new tile flooring installed, consider the following benefits.
28 August 2017
If you are looking forward to remodeling your bathroom, then you may want to do more than simply give it a new paint job and change the flooring. If you are ready for a big change that will give you a bathroom that you can truly relax in and fall in love with, then you may want to go with a lot of stone. A bathroom that has a stone design to it will offer you a natural look, the benefits of durable and water-resistant materials and much more.
24 August 2017
As you choose your plot of land and start planning your new home, here are a few things to keep in mind that will help you keep your construction costs under control. #1 Work With The Land Try to choose land that you can work with. If you can only see the land you purchased working if you clear trees, blast away rock, cut down a hill or fill in a slope, keep in mind that you are just adding to the overall cost of your home.
23 August 2017