Well with all the snow hitting various parts of the United States this week, we wanted to remind those living in cold weather climates to protect themselves during snow storms. When snow and ice form on your driveways and walkways during the winter, after removing the snow using shovels, snow blowers or plows, remember to sprinkle sand or salt on these areas to help further eliminate the snow and ice. Black ice and other thin layers of ice are an extreme Read More
Just because the temperatures are dropping doesn’t mean you have to stop using your home’s outdoor space. These cooler winter months can actually bring ample opportunities for getting outside and spending time with loved ones. In winter, as throughout the rest of the year, you need outdoor furniture that can withstand precipitation and changing temperatures. With that in mind, here are a few tips for choosing the right kind of tables, chairs and other patio furniture that will last throughout the winter months and turn your patio into an enjoyable part of the holiday season. In order to pick outdoor furniture that Read More
Have you decided it’s time to buy a home? Before you start popping in at open houses, or searching for your dream home online, there are a few essential make it or break it tasks you’ll need to tackle. After all, if you fall in love with a home, you want to know whether it’s within your reach. Read More
Getting the air heat delivered via your HVAC (Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning) systems to your actual living spaces involves several parts of a complete HVAC system. One part is the large rectangular duct work in your attic that helps to deliver hot or cold air as part of your HVAC system. Sometimes the air that gets forced through these ducts can leak out through loose or broken connections. This is a great time to conduct home maintenance and check to make sure no air is leaking from this duct work. If it is, you are wasting money as the hot or cold air is not being delivered to the living areas of your home and Read More
If you envy a friend’s remote-controlled bathtub or sleek porcelain flooring, or if you feel inadequate with nothing but a loose towel rod that spins, a home renovation may be necessary. So how should you take a worn-out, old home full of details that were once charming (wood paneling and carpet for miles, anyone?) but are now outdated? The answer is HomeZada! Our home remodeling software is the brains to your stylish brawn, the polite thinker to your wild dreamer. This software is currently helping people to organize the most masterful renovations they can imagine, turning dull, wallpapered houses into modern homes that are far ahead of the curve!
Many people might think that they cannot afford our services. They assume that home remodeling and the professional help that is needed are outrageously expensive on their own; Read More