If you live in warm weather climate, putting an in ground swimming pool can create a lot of fun, exercise and entertainment value for the family. A pool also comes with a lot of maintenance requirements and a number of safety precautions, so make sure you take all those things into account. There are a lot of decisions to make when planning for a swimming pool. The primary aspects are the location in the backyard, the general shape, and the depth of the swimming pool. In addition, usually a concrete or tile deck is planned and constructed around the pool. Oftentimes, when considering a swimming pool home remodel project, homeowners combine a pool with an outdoor patio or decking area. The type of pool and decking area will also depend on your established budget. Read More
Painting a room is one of the most common home improvement projects. It is amazing what changing the colors can do to refresh a room, as well as just create a completely different feel and atmosphere. Using multiple colors in the same room is also a great way to spruce up a room. Some combination can include painting one of the four walls one color, while painting the other three walls Read More
Guest Blogger: Vicky Clary
Selling a home for the best price possible is never easy. As the housing market struggles to recover from the catastrophe of 2008, people are finally beginning to become optimistic. They are more optimistic about the money they can get for their homes. Whether homeowners are looking to recover as much as possible from their underwater investment or if they are trying to make some money on their home, determining what home renovations can be done to help increase your homes value is a common quest. Read More
Roofs are necessary for your home to function and to protect everything inside your home however did you know that across the US different roofing styles and types are used?
Steel roofs are designed for longevity and can actually help on your energy bill because the steel roof reflects heat rather than absorb it. However, energy efficiency and weather resistance comes at a Read More
Whether you have thousands of square feet available for your home designing needs or live in a much smaller house, built-in cabinets and shelves can be greatly beneficial. Not only does this kind of a design allow you to utilize more floor space to promote an open feel to a room. But it can help you control various clutter. Instead of a plain wall with a portrait hanging on it, you could have a complete bookshelf system adding functionality to the room.