About Your Home's New Window Or Windows

You may have decided you want to change your windows in your home. You may have decided that you want to go with a different type of glass. You may have a broken window you need to replace and you want to take the opportunity to replace the window with a different type of class that is better suited to your needs. No matter why or how you have come to the point of needing to decide which type of glass is best, you'll want to make the decision with knowledge on the subject.   Read More...

Are You Looking For A Decorative Mailbox?

Are you lucky enough to still have your mail delivered to your home? If so, count your blessings that you don't have to pick your mail up at a drab communal mailbox. Maybe you have decided to replace your worn-out mailbox with a new one. If so, you might as well select a decorative mailbox.  Maybe you aren't shopping for a mailbox that will actually be used for mail that comes through the United States postal system.   Read More...

Radon Mitigation Techniques For Your Home

Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that seeps from the ground. It is colorless and odorless, as well as dangerous in large quantities. Radon exposure in the home can lead to respiratory issues or cancer, so it's important to have your home tested to see if any mitigation methods need to be installed. The following are the mitigation options available if you find radon in your home. Basement Suction Systems   Read More...

Top Bathroom Tile Trends

Many designers favor tiles for the bathroom. Tiles are relatively easy to clean. They're also attractive. Relating to the latter, design trends develop over time, including what's trendy for the bathroom. Below are some of the current trends for bathroom design related to tile work. Graphic Mosaic Mosaics have been so popular in the bathroom that they're practically traditional. However, designers are favoring a new trend — the graphic mosaic. Previously, contractors scattered mosaic tiles randomly or used them to create a large image.   Read More...

Is Your Masonry Fireplace In Need Of Repair? Potential Problems That Deserve Homeowner Attention

In centuries past, masonry fireplaces were once part of the design of most homes. In fact, most homes had a masonry fireplace in the kitchen and living areas, as well as one in the dining room and each bedroom. Some homes even relied on them for cooking or baking, in addition to heat.  Masonry fireplaces are still included in some home designs, although most are no longer meant to be the main heat source.   Read More...