Your House is Your Haven: Don't Neglect the Interior

  • Don't Stop At The Summer: How To Enjoy Your New Sunroom All Year Long

    5 November 2021

    If you've decided to have a sunroom added to your home, don't stop at summer use. You might think that you can only use your sunroom during the warmer months, but that's not the case. With a few additions during the construction process, you can turn your sunroom into an all-season room. That means you'll be able to enjoy your new addition throughout the year. Here are four steps you can take to allow for year-round enjoyment of your new sunroom.

  • 5 Reasons for Leaky Seamless Gutters

    6 August 2021

    Seamless gutters are less likely to develop leaks since they have few seams to fail, but they aren't immune to the possibility of dripping water. Fortunately, most seamless gutter leaks and drips are easily fixed. 1. Drip edge Issues Water may run off the drip edge of the roof and behind the gutter trough, causing it to leak down the fascia boards on the eaves and along the siding. Readjusting the gutters so they better align under the drip edge is one way to repair the issue, but a gutter apron may be more effective.

  • 5 Ways To Create A More Eco-Friendly Kitchen

    6 May 2021

    Making your kitchen greener will have a positive impact on the environment. Start with a few small steps. The following are five ideas to help you get started. 1. Sponges and Cloths Stop buying disposable sponges and paper towels. Instead, replace these items with reusable products. You can find cloth and natural sponges for scrubbing dishes and counters. When these items do reach the end of their useful life, you can usually compost them.

  • Granite: It's Worth It

    16 February 2021

    When choosing kitchen countertops, many homeowners go back and forth as to whether they should spring for the granite counters. Granite has a reputation for being the premier counter material, but it also has the reputation of being expensive. But here's the thing: granite is worth it. If you do have the room in your budget to spring for those granite counters, you should — and here's why. They will last a lifetime.