Transforming the Old House From the Bottom Up

Tired Of Shower Grime? Try These Tips For Keeping Yours Spotless

Keeping your shower spotless can really improve the look of your bathroom and can help keep germs at bay, but cleaning the shower and keeping it that way can be tough. Luckily, there are a few things that you can do to keep your shower spotless, so try these tips. In no time, you should notice that your bathroom is cleaner than it has ever been. Clean When You're in the Shower Read More 

Remodeling After Water Damage Tips

A house can have water damage due to many things, such as flood, excessive rain, and burst pipes. No matter how your house becomes flooded, the damage can be anywhere from one room to your entire home. Below are some tips for remodeling your home after water damage. Dry It Out The very first thing you should do is to start drying out your home. The easiest way to do this is to call a flood restoration company. Read More 

Remodeling Your Kitchen? Reduce Stress By Keeping These 3 Things In Mind

When you have made the decision to remodel your kitchen, you may be excited about how great your new kitchen will look. However, when you realize that it could take anywhere from a few weeks to a few months to remodel the entire kitchen, you might start to feel stressed out. Luckily, there are some things you can do to make the process go more smoothly. Here are three things to keep in mind when remodeling your kitchen. Read More 

Six Stylish Solutions To Common Kitchen Conundrums

When you are planning to remodel or refurbish your kitchen, try some simple strategies to solve common issues and make your kitchen more functional. Whether you struggle with not enough light or an uninspired space, there are some easy and quick ways that you can remedy these kitchen conundrums during your home improvement projects. Try the following six fixes for common kitchen issues: Change the color. If you really want to transform your kitchen, change the color. Read More 

Drip Irrigation Offers Home Gardeners 3 Major Many Benefits

When you think of drip irrigation, a soaker hose may come to mind, but a drip irrigation system is more like an upscale soaker hose. Soaker hoses spray out water every couple of inches, but a drip irrigation system allows water to seep out every few feet. If you plant wisely, those strategically placed drips can line up with the root zones of your plants. There are several advantages to using a drip irrigation to water your gardens and landscape plants. Read More