Winter is a great time of year to start thinking about a garage upgrade. This home remodel project can consist of organizing your existing garage area, adding some shelving to create more efficient storage or adding cabinets and updating floors. Adding overhead shelving to manage your storage needs is another option for a garage upgrade. In this home remodel project example, we will focus on a complete upgrade. The insides of many garages have unfinished walls with exposed wood framing. The first step of this project is to add drywall overlays to create functioning walls that can support shelving and cabinets. While adding walls, you can add insulation to make your garage a bit warmer in winter and cooler in summer.
2015 was a fantastic year with homeowners eager to learn how to take care of their homes and learn how to get them ready for sale. In 2015, there were some popular posts that were the most important to our Zen of Zada followers and HomeZada users. We recap 2015 with the best of Zen of Zada.
It seems that many homeowners were focused on those hard to reach and yet the dirtiest places in your home. It is amazing how we forget about those simple places to clean. Zada fans also wanted reminders on specific areas Read More
With children crawling, walking and running around your home, understanding what type of flooring to install helps. What type of floor will work well with children and your personal lifestyle. When making this decision, it can also help you keep your home maintenance and cleaning more streamlined. Read More
Privacy, as well as, a good nights sleep are key uses for adding blinds to the windows in your home. Shading a room or managing the heat possibly getting into that room are some other uses of blinds. Read More
Bathroom floors carry water from showers, bathtubs and sinks. Sometimes wet dogs and children are running around after their baths. Believe or not, many bathrooms have carpet as the flooring material. With carpet and water, there is a risk of mold and mildew. Bathrooms also develop a lot of steam which can also convert to water that drips on the floors. If you have carpet in your bathroom, it may be time to use a more durable flooring like tile. You can always add areas rugs to prevent slippage or to keep your feet warm when getting out of the shower or tub. These areas rugs can easily be washed in your washing machine. If you have tile or linoleum and are ready for a change, here are the tips you need to get your new floor started. Replacing carpeting in bathrooms with ceramic tiles is a common project. It creates a hard and durable surface that also is much more suitable for water on the floors. Read More