A Step-by-Step Guide to Refinishing Your Wood Kitchen Cabinets

Posted on: 20 December 2016

You've decided to take the plunge and renovate your outdated kitchen. However, there is one nagging problem: you don't want to part with your beautiful wood cabinets. Instead of wasting money on replacing your pricey wood cabinets, there is another option: refinish them. It doesn't take a lot of money or time to bring your exiting wood cabinets to life. Here is a step-by-step guide to help you refinish your beautiful wood cabinets: [Read More]

2 Ways To Determine A Sewer Line Blockage In Your Home's Sewer Main

Posted on: 13 December 2016

You know you may have a sewer main clog when your home's bathtub drains gurgle or have a low suction during draining or when your basement drains spew up sewage occasionally. Here are two methods to use to help you determine if your home's sewer main is damaged and is causing a blockage and needs repair. Determine the Material and Age of Your Sewer Line Knowing the age of your home and when it was built can help you determine what type of sewer line may have been installed in your yard and decide if it needs replacement. [Read More]

Homeowner Tips: Improve Curb Appeal While Reducing The Need For Future Various Repairs

Posted on: 13 December 2016

Making a few property updates is a great way to improve its value and increase comfort for those who live there. There are a few updates you can make that will not only enhance your property's curb appeal, but will help reduce the need for various repairs as your home ages. Here are a few options to consider incorporating into your coming property update plans: Sealcoat the Driveway Sealcoating your asphalt driveway is an effective way to improve its overall appearance and reduce the chance of cracking as time goes on. [Read More]

Tips For Preventing Heat Loss Through Your Windows This Winter

Posted on: 13 December 2016

If your windows rattle and shake during winter storms, they are probably letting warm air escape and cold drafts inside. This combination can make for chilly evenings where you never seem to warm up no matter how high you crank the thermostat. The problem isn't your furnace; its heat loss through your windows. Replacing the windows with new energy-efficient windows is the best solution, but if you must make do with the windows you have for anther winter, there are some things you can to do to prevent heat loss and keep your family comfortable. [Read More]