Tips for All Stages of Home Remodeling and Renovating

3 Ways To Purify Water

There are plenty of reasons that you may not wish to drink water unless it has been properly purified. These reasons range from ensuring that you are consuming the healthiest possible substances to put into your body or simply due to the fact that you know the conditions of the water at hand are simply not good. Throughout the course of this brief guide, you will learn of just a few common ways in which water is purified. Read More 

Considering A DIY Faucet Installation? Start With The Right Tools

There are a number of plumbing tasks homeowners can perform on their own. However, the difference between doing it right and doing it wrong will begin with having the right type of tools and equipment on hand. Without the necessary tools, your job won't just look unprofessional, but the likelihood of you causing damage and needing to call on a professional to repair your issues in the future is quite high. Read More 

Shabby Chic Bathroom Ideas

A new bathroom doesn't have to look new. If you prefer the soft romantic look of vintage design or Victorian era d├ęcor, a shabby chic bathroom may be the relaxing oasis that you crave. The following ideas can help inspire your bathroom redesign so you can have the room of your dreams. Idea #1: Start on the Right Foot Few things are more elegant and romantic in the bathroom than an oversized clawfoot tub. Read More 

What Might Cause Your Gas Furnace To Blow Cold Air?

There are several things that could cause your gas furnace to blow cold air, and not all of these problems require assistance from a furnace repair professional. Knowing the causes of this problem (and the solutions) can help you avoid unnecessary repair calls. In addition, knowing how to troubleshoot this problem can help you avoid having a cold home in the middle of winter. What might cause your gas furnace to blow cold air? Read More 

Eight Things Your Residential Architect Wants You To Know

If you are hiring an architect to build your home and haven't been through the process before, you may find the learning curve a bit higher than you expected. Here are eight things residential architects wished their clients knew from the start to avoid confusion and to help their projects go more smoothly. 1. Understand why you hire an architect in the first place. When you build or remodel a home, you don't have to use an architect. Read More 

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Tips for All Stages of Home Remodeling and Renovating

When my wife and I were looking for a new home, we only had a few homes to choose from that were within the district we wanted our children to attend. That made it tough to find a home that was "perfect" for us, but thankfully, we left room in our budget to make changes to the home we bought. Thankfully, the home we bought was large enough for us to live in during the renovation process, although we did have to make our children share rooms until we added that bedroom we needed. We learned that careful planning is important to ensuring the final result of your renovation projects is exactly how you want it, and we dedicated at lot of time to planning. We learned so much during the process that we wanted to make a blog to share our tips and experience on!