5 Questions To Ask Before Remodeling Your Bathroom

Next to the kitchen, a bathroom remodel is said to be the most extensive home renovation that you can do. And on that note, it’s important to know what to expect before you get too involved in a bathroom remodel, as faulty planning can lead to a major mess.

So just which questions should you be asking before you start a bath remodel? Here’s a look:

What is my budget?


What Should I Know About Grout?

If you are one of those homeowners who takes pride in making sure you home is in tip top working order, then you are probably familiar with a few DIY type of projects. You might not be ready to swap out a whole new plumbing sink system, but you aren’t afraid to tackle the smaller projects. One of those involves grout. Grout is used  between tile flooring, and it’s easy to do this yourself with a little know how. Some elbow grease doesn’t hurt either.


Insulating Your Home For Comfort and Savings

Insulating your home not only saves money, it can make your home a more comfortable place to live. Like many of us, if you have occupied your home for many years, the loss of heat or cooling may seem insignificant. You may not even notice energy robbing areas because you have become accustomed to them and that little draft under the door is something most people will not ever notice.


How To Make Your Renovation A Successful, Positive Experience

In the United States, renovation spending has more than doubled since the late 1990s, reaching nearly $65 billion last year alone. Oftentimes the investment a homeowner makes is substantial, both financially and emotionally. The stakes are high. That’s why it’s imperative that the job is done well from start to finish. There are a number of steps a homeowner can take to ensure a positive experience and a successful outcome, including:


How Can Summer's Heat and Humidity Affect Your DIY Painting Project?

Summer is the perfect season for DIY painting projects.  A little exterior paint on your home or wood stain on the deck and railing does more up your curb appeal and beautify your home.  These products create barriers between the valuable and vulnerable wood underneath and the worst that Mother Nature has to offer all winter long.