Adding A New Bathroom? 4 Amenities To Include In The Design

If you're in the process of designing a new bathroom for your home, don't forget about the extra amenities that will set it apart from all the rest. One of the great things about designing a new bathroom is that you can add all those things that will make the space more enjoyable to use. Here are several amenities you need to add to your new bathroom. Separate Tub and Shower [Read More]

Living In A Hot Climate? 3 Tips For Selecting New Windows

When you live in a climate that can get especially hot during some parts of the year, you need to be careful to choose some home features that will be a good fit for the climate. If you have made the decision that you need to replace the windows in your home due to their age or the condition that they're in, it's smart to look into exactly what kinds of new windows will be best-suited for warmer temperatures. [Read More]

6 Surprising Things You Could Find When Cleaning Your Gutters

Cleaning your gutters can be a job that is full of surprises. Not only are people surprised to learn that it should be done at least twice a year, usually spring and fall, but they are surprised at the weird things they can find up there.  1. Bee's Nest: Bees and wasps have been known to build a nest in gutters, particularly gutters that are not cleaned often (hint, hint). You should always use caution when cleaning gutters and wear gloves, which would lessen the sting if you just happened to stick your hand into a bee's nest. [Read More]

Have Your Metal Roof Inspected Before Repairing Or Replacing It

If your metal roof has deteriorated badly enough, a coating cannot save it. However, there are situations in which you will want to use metal roof restoration products because replacing your roof too soon is just as bad as waiting too long to replace it. Metal Roofs Eventually Degrade Metal roofs are coated with a protective finish. However, exposure to the elements will degrade this protective finish over time. Rust will eventually form on your roof, and will affect the structural integrity of the roof. [Read More]