Properly Caring For And Cleaning Your Carpeting To Extend Its Life

You work to keep your home clean and in good condition, but the way you treat your carpet during your cleaning efforts could actually be taking some of the life out of it. Here, you will find out what to avoid doing and how to properly care for your carpet to keep it looking great for years to come. Vacuuming Vacuum Often The first and most common mistake when it comes to vacuuming is not doing it often enough. Read More 

Dual-Sided Fireplaces For Indoor/Outdoor Use: Tips On How To Make Them Secure, Functional And Attractive

You may have seen these two-sided fireplaces in vacation lodges somewhere, or in restaurants that have a hunting lodge theme to them. The fireplaces are clear glass on two sides, with access to the fireplace on the front and back sides. This type of fireplace would make an excellent addition to your home as an indoor/outdoor fireplace. Here are some tips on how to make these fireplaces secure, functional and attractive. Read More 

3 Things To Consider When Remodeling Your Kitchen

Your kitchen is one of the main staples in your home. It's a place where you go and create some of the best meals around. It is also a place where the family can congregate and discuss their day and what's new in their lives. Because of it being such an important room in the home, you want to make sure it has all of the features that you have come to know and love. Read More 

Pool Repair: Liner Options For Your Swimming Pool

It's time for a new swimming pool liner. You have your pool all set up and ready to go, but the liner is either looking outdated or in disrepair from regular use. No matter the original liner in your swimming pool, it's possible to update the overall look with a new liner and resurfacing method. Choose a swimming pool liner that adds visual value to your pool area. Vinyl A vinyl liner is a budget option. Read More 

Are Your Gutters Contributing To Your Ice Dam?

An ice dam is what happens when melting snow rolls down the roof to the eaves, where it refreezes. As the water builds up, it backs up underneath the shingles on the roof and eventually penetrates the roof sheathing. Once this happens, the ice melts into the attic and creates a leak in the house. It's important to know how your gutters play a role and how proper maintenance of your gutters can prevent this problem. Read More