3 Ideas To Upgrade The Appearance Of Your Windows

Adding windows to your home can be a great way to give your home energy efficient improvements and a new look. Sometimes, replacement windows may not do much for the outdoor appearance and lack things like trim features, which is why you may want to consider improvements to the trim like adding wider ledges, more details and other features. Here are some ideas that you may want to consider to change the look of your new window replacements: Read More 

3 Reasons to Get an Energy Audit on a Two-Story Home

A two-story home offers a lot of living space, but it can also lead to a lot of energy consumption on a daily basis. To help run your home efficiently, you can hire a contractor to perform a full energy audit. This will include a complete inspection of your home to determine any energy issues. After the inspection, you'll know exactly what you're up against and which contractors to call to fix the issues. Read More 

Building a House on a Hill: An Overview

You've probably seen pictures of homes nestled into hillsides, with beautiful landscapes stretching up the hills behind them. There's something comforting and serene about homes that are built into hills, so it's only natural to want one for yourself. However, the process of building a home into a hill is pretty involved, and the expenses can quickly add up. Before you commit to this process, it's important to have at least a basic understanding of what's involved. Read More 

Tips For Optimizing Your Dumpster Rental For Your Remodeling Project

If you're planning a pre-summer remodel, one of the best ways to manage all of the debris from the project is by renting a dumpster. Before you do, though, it's important to understand how to make the most of that unit. For example, for those new to using dumpsters for projects like these, you need to know how to fill the dumpster safely. Otherwise, you risk having a dumpster that's overflowing, unbalanced or possibly unstable. Read More 

How Can You Minimize Your Home Salon’s Effect On Your Septic Tank?

If you're a beautician or hairdresser by trade, you may be tired of giving up a portion of your profits to a salon in exchange for chair rental -- particularly if your rental terms are subject to the unpredictable whims of the salon owner, causing you to have to reschedule appointments or turn down new clients. In some cases, paying to construct your own home salon can boost your business in the long run, helping you privately serve your loyal clientele and maintain flexibility. Read More