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Homeowners often spend the majority of their time (and budget) decorating the inside of their home, but the front and back yards are huge areas of opportunity as well. Freshening up your home’s landscaping – both the front and backyards – is beneficial to resale value.Read More
There was a time when the term eco-friendly evoked images of bland, boring and blah materials. Thankfully, that is not the case today. As more and more designers are seeking out eco-friendly materials for their environmentally savvy clients manufacturers have stepped up and given the design world many beautiful options to pick from. I have assembled a guide of the most popular eco-flooring solutions, some are new, some are old and a few will make you think.Read More
Radiant floor heating is arguably the ideal home heating system. It’s comfortable, efficient, unobtrusive and quiet.
Radiant heat systems don't blow dust and allergens around the way forced hot air systems do. Instead of overheating the room's perimeter in the hopes that the warm air will travel throughout the space before rising, subfloor heating serves up heat from below. The result is a more even, overall heat that warms everything in the room, including surfaces, furnishings, and, most importantly, you.Read More
Maybe the kids were playing a little too rough. Or your measurements were a few inches off when you were hanging that new mirror. Knocking a hole in your wall is a common occurrence.
Calling a contractor to repair drywall damage can be costly. Learn how to fix both small and medium-sized holes so that you can keep your walls looking great for years to come. Here's a small DIY project even you can tackle!Read More