23 October 2014
Despite the fact that single family homes represent the "American Dream" for many, two in ten Americans live in condos or apartments. These rental units often feature smaller living spaces than single family homes, making it difficult to find furnishings that are both stylish and to scale. If you are thinking of furnishing an apartment or condo, keep these three tips in mind to help you select furniture that will work with your smaller living space.
21 October 2014
If you have recently purchased a home and you've already had water in your basement, you want to have a contractor come to the home to see what is causing the flooding. There are a lot of different things that could be causing the water to come into the basement, and there are some ways you can prevent damage from occurring in the space. Waterproof the Basement Waterproof the basement to help seal out moisture.
20 October 2014
Halloween is a very fun time of year, especially if you are planning on decorating your home to entertain trick or treaters or are simply looking to make your house as spooky as possible for the season. Two spooky types of Halloween decor that you can use to scare your neighbors are Halloween dummies and window silhouettes. Halloween Dummies Exterior Halloween decor is going to be the best option you will have for making your house look as creepy as possible for the season.
14 October 2014
If you're facing repair or replacement of the windows in your office building, you may be mulling over your options. Although you can always go with the standard regular or double-paned clear glass windows, with today's concerns about employee security and workplace violence, you may wish to look into alternative types of glass that will help keep your employees safe. Both frosted and reflective windows can help keep your employees concealed from outside viewers, while still letting in sunlight.
9 October 2014
If your youngster had an accident in their bed for the first time, you might think that cleaning the mattress with soap and water is the thing to do. While this might help get out the smell, it might not do much for the stain that urine can sometimes leave behind. This guide demonstrates what you can do instead of soap and water to remove both the urine and stain.