2018

  • Are You Remodeling Your Kitchen?

    If you're remodeling your kitchen, you are more than likely already looking through decorator's magazines and looking at kitchen equipment in home goods stores. If you haven't started that process, it might be a good idea to start a file where you collect pictures from magazines and where you write down notes of things you want to include in the remodel design. From selecting granite countertops to buying kitchen furniture, here are some ideas that might help you. [Read More]

  • 3 Signs Vinyl Flooring Is Right For You

    If you need to replace the flooring in different rooms of your house, you may feel overwhelmed by your options. From carpet and tile to wood and concrete, the possibilities are endless. Today, more and more people are seeing the benefits of vinyl flooring for their home. Even though it is so popular, you may not be able to decide if it is the right material for your home and personal needs. [Read More]

  • 4 Tips To Help With Maintenance And Restoration Of Old Wood Flooring

    If you are doing restorations to your home, you may have old wood floors that are damaged, or that may have even been covered with other materials like carpeting. Restoring the wood flooring can be a valuable improvement to your home, but they are going to need maintenance to keep them looking like new when you have them surfaced. Here are some tips to help with hardwood floor restorations and maintenance to give your restoration project elegant new floors: [Read More]

  • How To Add Insulation To Your Floors

    Many remodels can be costly, but the best investments are those that make your home a little cheaper to live in. For instance, an upgrade that will add installation insulation to your property is going to ultimately reduce your utility bills, which could save you a lot of cash in the long run. This article specifically looks at one of the best ways to add insulation to your property. It explains how you can add insulation to your floors if you have exposed ceiling joists in the basement below. [Read More]