Having Problems With You Garage Door? Repairs You Can Do And Repairs That Takes A Pro To Fix

If you are having problems with your garage door, there are some repairs that you can do on your own to help you save money. There are other repairs, however, that you need to hire a professional to do for you. This is because some problems can be dangerous and cause great injury or even death if not  done properly. To help you know what to do, below are three types of problems you may encounter and how to go about fixing them. Read More 

Tips For Updating Your Tired Kitchen

If your kitchen is beginning to look weathered and worn, but you aren't in a financial situation to do a complete remodel, you may think you are stuck with things the way they are. Remodeling portions of the kitchen and updating others is a great way to revive your tired kitchen while staying within your budget. Begin with one or two of the following options and add new features as time and money allows. Read More 

How To Transform Ordinary Glass Into A Stunning Garden Mirror

If you love the look of garden mirrors, but can't find the size and shape you desire, you'll he happy to know that you can create your own mirror with ordinary glass. With some mirror effect paint and a few supplies, you can transform any piece of glass into a mirror suitable for your garden. Follow these tips for planning and making a mirror for your garden. Supplies You will need a piece of glass in the desired size and shape. Read More 

6 Ways To Extend The Lifespan Of Your Roof

Your roof is one of the most important aspects of your home- it keeps out the elements and unwanted critters, protects you from storms, and contributes to overall structural integrity. Replacing your roof can also be quite costly, so it makes good financial sense to take care of your existing roof and help it last as long as possible. Here are six great ways to extend the lifespan of your roof: Read More 

3 Questions To Ask When Your Central Air Conditioner Is Not Cooling Properly

After returning home one day, you may discover that your air conditioner is not cooling your house properly. Before you call a service technician, ask yourself the following troubleshooting questions to see if there could be a simple cause to the problem with a possible easy solution. Is The Condensation Drain Clogged Up? Especially when the temperatures and humidity are high, your air conditioner unit will produce a lot of condensation. Read More