Understanding Home Improvement Projects

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 

How To Safely Remove Mold From Your Hardwood Floors

Water leaks and excess moisture in your home can cause mold and mildew growth on surfaces, including your hardwood flooring. Because any mold spores in your home can put your and your family's health at risk, it is important to properly remove any mold and eliminate it from your home's environment. Here are instructions to safely remove any mold growth from to restore your hardwood flooring. Clean Visible Surface Mold Read More 

Four Critical Mistakes To Avoid When Installing A Metal Roof Yourself

Metal roofs are a good investment for homeowners, as they have a lifespan of 50 years or more. In addition, with the right tools, a little help and some degree of patience, metal roofs can even be installed by homeowners. However, before beginning the process, it is helpful to know how to avoid certain critical mistakes when installing a metal roof. Below are several things to keep in mind that will prevent a failed installation: 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 

New 3D Printer Owners: It’s Time to Boost Your Home’s Fire Protection Plan

Have you just purchased a 3D printer? Are you excited about your new buy and anxious to get it up and running? If so, you should know that 3D printers are potential fire hazards. Between their electrical components, their heating elements, and the chemicals you'll need to do the printing jobs, you're creating a dangerous environment if you don't take the following steps before putting your new unit to use. Read More