9 Simple DIY Ways to Reinvent Your Kitchen Cabinets
Bad cabinetry is like bad pizza: it has no place in anyone's kitchen. Dark, dingy, and outdated cabinetry can age an otherwise attractive kitchen. And because cabinets are so expensive to replace, many homeowners simply make due rather than attempt a remodel. Luckily, you can transform old and unattractive cabinets rather than replace them. Here are 9 ideas to inspire your next kitchen upgrade.
Problems with Metal Roofs and What to do About it
There is no denying that metal roofing will leak sooner or later. But, whenever your roof leaks, it is too soon for you – especially when your invent
10 Home Projects You Should Not DIY
Now that the weather is cooling down, you may get that urge to tackle some of the projects around the house that you put off all summer long. (Hey it's c...
30 Tips for Building a House
Style director Newell Turner shares what he learned while building his house.
Top Six Exterior Siding Options
Pull the look of your home together by choosing the right siding material.
7 Roof Problems and What to Do About Them
Your roof covers the largest asset you own, so it pays to know the signs of trouble. Fortunately, many of the danger signals are easy to see-you can sometimes even spot them from the ground. (Tip: Binoculars help!) A small leak can go undetected for years, causing huge damage before you notice anything. It’s a good idea to inspect your roof regularly. Many contractors offer free inspections. But even if you have to pay, it’s better than finding leaks after the damage is done. Here are a few of the most common and easy to recognize signs of roof problems.
Tips and Advice for Homeowners
Lawn Weed Control is a necessary chore for all homeowners, but it can also be confusing, which is why we created this helpful guide providing tips & advice.
How to Size Gutters and Downspouts
Use this handy guide to make sure your rain collection is up to the task during even the heaviest storm
Our Roofing: Metal Roofs
According to the Metal Roofing Alliance, a metal roof will last two to three times longer than a traditional asphalt shingle roof. Metal coatings allow metal roofs to last longer than any other type of roof. A high-quality metal roof will likely be the last roof you'll ever need. Resistant to cracking, shrinking and eroding, metal roofing systems can also withstand extreme weather conditions. Metal roofs are expected to last for the life of the building.
10 Designer Tips on How to Decorate Your Home
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