How To Add Insulation To Your Walls And Floor

If the insulation in your attic is adequate, but your house still seems chilly, you should call an insulation contractor to check the rest of your home. It may not have insulation in the walls or under the floors. By insulating these areas and sealing cracks around windows and doors, you can stop chilly drafts and lower your power bills. Here's how you can add insulation to existing walls and floors. [Read More]

Deconstructing Common Myths About Life In A Tiny Home

With more people looking to be more economically wise and live within the means of their income, it is only logical that more people would start thinking about building a tiny home. A tiny home is a house that is no more than 400 square feet of living space, which provides an ample amount of space for the necessities. If you are considering hiring a home builder to help you make your ideas of a tiny home a reality, make sure you do not let some of the more common misconceptions about tiny living get in the way. [Read More]

How To Decorate Your Deck For Summer

When decorating your deck for summer, treat it as an extension of the indoors. Create cozy gathering spots for family and friends, and give the outdoor area a pop of color with items that reflect your personal decor style. You can take advantage of the extra space by hosting summer evening dinners, birthday parties, and other celebrations on the deck.  Here are some ways to design a warm and welcoming deck: [Read More]

Addressing The Biggest Myths Concerning Directional Drilling During Water Line Installation

If there is a water line installation project scheduled to take place on your property, there is a good chance that you are expecting someone to show up in a backhoe to dig a major trench that will be filled with the new line and quickly covered back up. Therefore, if you see a contractor show up with a massive drill and other heavy equipment when the scheduled day arrives, you may find yourself a bit concerned. [Read More]