How To Patch A Hole In Your Drywall

Accidents happen at home all the time and your walls usually take the brunt of those accidents. Holes in your walls can occur from a number of reasons, accidental or not. Whether from a door knob, nail holes from pictures you've hung, or from your furry puppy looking for something to chew. Holes in the wall happen in every home, you just need to know how to repair them. See below for tips on how to repair drywall holes. Read More 

4 Reasons A Contractor Should Handle Your Door Installation

If you are a do-it-yourselfer, you may enjoy handling most home projects on your own. However, when it comes to a door installation, it is best to hire a professional. Here are four reasons you should have a professional contractor handle the installation of your new doors: 1. Appropriate Door Selection Selecting the proper door to meet your needs can be a daunting task if you don't know how to match the product to your needs. Read More 

Four Challenges You Will Overcome When Finishing Your Basement

If you have an unfinished basement in your home, finishing it can add value and living space to your home. It can also present many challenges such as repairing waterproofing, dealing with plumbing, situating rooms and many other things. But, if you know how to deal with these problems, you will easily be able to overcome any basement finishing challenge ahead of you. Here are some things that you may face, and some tips to help you with your project: Read More 

How To Refinish Hardwood Floors

Refinishing the hardwood floors in your kitchen is a great way to change the entire look of a room. It is also a very important upgrade in a kitchen that is subject to spills and moisture. You can keep the same wood on your floor, but make it look completely different with a new stain job. This article will explain how you can update your home style by refinishing floors. Read More 

Four Ways To Add Details To Vinyl Siding And Windows With Trim And Woodwork

Vinyl siding and windows can be a great maintenance-free solution for your home. The windows and siding can also be plain and not have the details like other materials like wood. This does not mean that they cannot be added to your home. You can have things done like installing wide frieze-boards around windows or crown and trim to the eaves to give your home more detail. Here are some things that can be done to give your vinyl siding the details you want to have for your home: Read More