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Learning From Home Renovations

Although I am not a professional contractor, I have worked with more than a few during my 40 years as a homeowner. In fact, I have had 3 kitchens, 7 bathrooms, and 2 master bedrooms renovated over the years. Because some of the experiences were a breeze, I found myself addicted to customizing my homes. If you are thinking about getting a little work done on your home, it is a good idea to learn as much about construction as you can. After all, how will you choose a new garage door opener if you aren't familiar with the different types? Understanding the materials and how to choose a contractor might streamline your renovation.

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4 Painting Trends For Your Home

Paint is one of the cheapest ways to update a home. Paint goes a long way in changing the look of just about any room in your home. It's an easy way to update your home as well, rather than doing a lot of renovation. If you can paint yourself, that's great, but if you can't paint a wall without streaks being left behind, or aren't able to paint straight lines - leave the work to the pros. Read More 

Roofing Tips For New Homeowners Buying Older Homes

Learning the parts of your roof is very important, especially if you are buying an older home. Understanding the different roofing parts in your older home will assist you in knowing your roof's structural integrity and which changes you need to make. Here are some tips of what you need to know. Truss – the skeleton of your roof is the plywood lying under the roof. Check to see whether the plywood is solidly nailed to the truss, which is also known as rafters. Read More 

Benefits to Choosing Spray Foam Over Other Types of Insulation

If you live in an old and drafty home, you may want to invest in some new insulation. Effective insulation can save you a ton of money on your energy bills and it can make your house seem quieter as well. And, spray foam insulation is one of the best options you can pick. Keep reading to learn about a few benefits that can help you make your insulation choice. Read More 

Three Ways To Prepare Your Roof For Storm Season

The warm spring and summer months bring a number of environmental stressors with them, not the least of which are large and intense storms characterized by heavy rainfall, strong winds, and falling debris. The intensity of these warm weather storms can represent a great structural danger to your roof, as intense weather exposure can cause damage to your roofing materials and allow for leaks to develop. Fortunately, there are a couple of things that you can do before the storm season starts in order to ensure that your roof stays in good condition no matter what mother nature throws at it. Read More 

3 Reasons To Choose Aluminum For Your Patio Cover

Outdoor living spaces can expand your home's square footage and provide you with a way to enjoy your landscape more fully. Many homeowners value their patio space, but they don't want to be exposed to direct sunlight when spending time outdoors. Adding a cover to your patio provides you with the shade that you need to make your outdoor living area more comfortable. Patio covers come in a variety of materials and styles, but covers made from aluminum can provide you with a number of unique benefits. Read More