Have A Barren Kitchen? 3 Projects That Will Make You Love The Space

Posted on: 18 November 2018

When you purchase a home, you should expect to get a functional kitchen unless you are buying a fixer-upper in which you know about the problems before making an offer. But, even if your kitchen has the necessities, you may feel as if the space feels somewhat barren. This is an issue that you can fix by taking on projects that will spice up the space with beauty and functionality. [Read More]

3 Reasons To Consider A Mirrored Backsplash For Your Kitchen

Posted on: 2 November 2018

Although a backsplash isn't absolutely mandatory for a kitchen, it's an element that many homeowners favor. Choosing a backsplash allows you to add flair and functionality to the kitchen. For example, the right style of backsplash can complement your countertop and even your appliances and can also be quicker and easier to clean than a painted wall. A mirrored backsplash might not be something that you've considered, given the prevalence of glass and stone tiles, but it's worth some thought. [Read More]

Make Your Home More Comfortable By Hiring Home Remodeling Professionals

Posted on: 26 October 2018

Being comfortable is something that you may want your family to feel while inside the house. But your home may be lacking features that prevent your household from getting comfortable. When you know that you will not be moving out of the home anytime soon, you may want to hire a remodeling company to work on projects that will improve comfort inside the house. Ceiling Fans Although you may have central air conditioning, you may not want to always run the system, especially when the temperature on the inside is manageable. [Read More]

2 Key Features To Look For If You Want Energy Efficient Doors And Windows

Posted on: 22 October 2018

Doors and windows are items that are essential elements of a home. They provide access, security, light, and a view of the outside world. However, not all doors and windows are created equal. When it comes to creating an energy efficient home, doors and windows are one of the biggest offenders for heat loss and heat gain in a home. In fact, windows alone are responsible for up to 30% of heat loss during winter and heat gain during summer. [Read More]