4 Ways To Get Your Home Ready For The Cold Season

Summer is winding down, and winter will be here before you know it. This fall, make sure that you take care to get your HVAC system as well as your home ready for the winter time. #1 Change Out the Air Filter After using your HVAC system all summer to keep your home cool, you are going to want to make sure that you change out your air filter. After a long summer of keeping your home cool, your air filter is going to be clogged up and dirty. [Read More]

Exploring Wood Flooring Options For Your Bathroom Remodel

If you're looking into new flooring options for you're your bathroom, you're probably thinking about some kind of ceramic tile or vinyl. However, there are tons of flooring options that will work for the wettest area of the house—including hardwood. You might be thinking, "Wood floors in a bathroom? Are you insane?" However, hardwood floors in bathrooms are becoming more and more popular for homeowners. They have the following benefits: [Read More]

5 Ways To Decorate With Your Leftover Ceramic Patio Tiles

Ceramic tile is durable, cost effective, and easy to maintain, making it a great choice for your patio floors. You may end up with leftover ceramic tiles after your contractor is finished installing your new patio flooring, but it doesn't have to collect dust in the garage. Here are five ways you can decorate your home with those leftover tiles: Create a Kitchen Backsplash A great way to add some color to your kitchen without taking away from the counter space is to create a backsplash along the counters using your ceramic tiles. [Read More]

Having An Enclosed Deck Built? Keep It Protected In Style With These Décor Ideas

Having new enclosed decks built is a great way to extend your living space that can be used as a porch or a sunroom, creating a comfortable outdoor experience. To keep your new enclosed deck looking fresh and new throughout the years, it's a good idea to decorate your outdoor space protection from the outdoor elements in mind. Here are a few ideas to help get you started: Paint the Surface [Read More]