Build Your Own Custom Fire Pit

An outdoor custom fireplace is a great way to add some character to your garden and will allow you to enjoy quiet nights with friends and family surrounded by warmth. Installing your own fire pit in your garden is a very easy job that will take you less than an hour if you've got the right materials. You won't need any tools for this job and it won't require any concrete or mortar if you're building it on an existing patio surface. Read More 

Everything You Need To Know About Building A Tree House In Your Yard

Children have enjoyed a backyard tree house for centuries. Children can help design one, but the house must have essential structure for safety purposes. Moving forward with the project will require some basic skills. While in the planning stages, it is best to start small. Don't over-extend the budget. Questions Before You build Examine your building skills. Are you effective with basic tools, including a screw driver, a hammer, or a saw to begin the project? Read More 

Why You Should Choose A Ductless Heat Pump

The traditional way to heat and cool a home is to use an AC unit for cooling and a furnace for heating. Just because this is the traditional way does not mean that it is the best way. You can use a heat pump to both heat and cool your home, which can help you to cut down on installation costs, and you can use a ductless system to provide more targeted and efficient cooling. Read More 

Your Home’s HVAC System: Electrical Components You Need to Maintain

To keep your home's HVAC system functioning properly, it is important to maintain its electrical components. In many cases, if one of these items wears out your system will stop working. By having these items inspected and replaced on a routine basis, it is easier to avoid a complete system breakdown. Fuses Your HVAC system relies on several electrical components, but one area some people forget to check is the fuse box. Read More 

Repairing A Bathroom Sink That No Longer Holds Water

You fill the bathroom sink with water to shave or clean up, but find yourself turning on the water frequently to keep the sink full. The pop-up stopper is likely the cause. A cracked stopper or bad seal allow water to leak out of the sink. This is a simple DIY project that you can do in about an hour with some household tools. Fix that drain now with the following instructions. Read More