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Roof Buying Guide: Choosing the Right Roofing

Everyone is aware of the most common roofing materials such as slate, wood shakes, and copper, but there are newer materials that are gaining steam such as asphalt-fiberglass, fiber cement, concrete, and plastic composites. These newer materials have been chosen for their greater durability, lower cost, and being easier to install. Determining which roof material [...]

By |July 12th, 2019|features|0 Comments

Choosing the right roofing material for your home

If you are thinking of updating your roof, chances are you have thought about what material you should use. While a roofing company will give you many options and probably point you in the direction of what they think is best, it may be helpful to have some background so you can choose the material [...]

By |July 10th, 2019|features|0 Comments

This Is The Best Thing You Can Do If You Have Tile Floors

Spring is often a time for cleaning, but some take it a step farther and do deep cleaning. This includes cleaning flooring that may have spots or stains from wear and tear throughout the year. One of the best things to clean tile grout is baking soda and hydrogen peroxide. Spread it in the grout [...]

By |July 5th, 2019|features|0 Comments

How To Choose A Tile Floor

It can be challenging to select a tile floor for your home because there are so many options. To simplify things, begin by thinking about location. You'll want durable tiles in your kitchen, bathroom and entryways. Shower tiling should be textured for safety reasons, but for entryway tiles, smooth is easier to clean. For color, [...]

By |July 3rd, 2019|features|0 Comments

Top 8 Pro Tips on How to Hire a Contractor

When looking for contractors, This Old House recommends starting by asking your family and friends for personal recommendations.  You should then call your prospective contractors and ask them detailed questions about their past professional experience, their current workload, their financial references and other concerns. You should always also meet in person with at least three [...]

By |June 27th, 2019|features|0 Comments

How To Design An Easy-Clean Kitchen In 5 Steps

When designing your kitchen, it’s important to take practical considerations, such as ease of cleaning, into account. Smooth, uniform surfaces are easier to clean than those with many gaps in them, and those gaps tends to accumulate dirt and grime. Adding washable cloth towels can save money and trees as well. Designing your kitchen with [...]

By |June 26th, 2019|features|0 Comments

Differences Between Three Season and Four Season Rooms

Adding a sunroom is a good way to bring light and natural beauty inside while keeping unwanted insects and weather outside. Three season and four season rooms are two primary varieties. Three season rooms are ideal for moderate climates and are appropriate for spring, summer, and fall. Four season rooms, on the other hand, are [...]

By |June 6th, 2019|features|0 Comments

Is a New Construction Home Right For You? | Trulia

When one is shopping for a home the decision whether to go for a pre-owned home or building a brand new one can be a tasking one. For many prospective buyers that are in need of a home, the decision to carry out a new construction can mean seeing the home of their dream come [...]

By |June 5th, 2019|features|0 Comments

How to Build a New Home: A Timeline | SafeWise

One can either be building a new starter home that is simple or the ultimate abode that is complex, but it must be reckoned with that any home construction comes with several unknowns which makes it somewhat overwhelming especially if someone is naïve about where to start or hiccups arise when one is in the [...]

By |May 30th, 2019|features|0 Comments

Construction Loans: How Do They Work? – SmartAsset

A construction loan is a specific type of loan for people who are building a home. Compared to mortgage loans, they tend to have shorter durations and higher interest rates, and the loan is paid directly to the building contractors rather than the homeowner. Many of these loans are construction-to-permanent loans, in which the loan [...]

By |May 29th, 2019|features|0 Comments