Summer is a great time to invest in your home and get Fall ready! To prepare for cooler weather, it is important to check a few key areas around your home to make sure that it is properly sealed. Below are some of our favorite home projects that help you to increase your home’s energy efficiency and reduce water damage without taking a lot of time. These projects help to seal in the savings and can easily be done over the weekend.
HVAC inspections give you a snapshot of how your home’s heating and cooling systems are functioning. Having standard inspections done can help you to prepare and save up for any repairs that may be coming down the road and proactively address any part replacements. Most professionals recommend having both your heating and cooling systems inspected annually.
If you are like us, bugs rank high on your list of the “Worst Things About Summer.” There are so many pesticides and pest prevention products on the market, but many of them contain harsh chemicals that can have adverse effects on you and your loved ones. It’s possible that an effective solution could be found in your cabinet or in the food aisle of your local grocery store. Take a look at these all natural pest repellents that aim to keep a smile on your face and bugs away from your home.
Like any exterior element of your home, Mother Nature can wreak havoc on your deck. Now is the time to give it a little TLC so you can enjoy it all summer long. Before you roll up your sleeves, keep these tips in mind.
There are various types of spackling Red Devil offers and at times, it may be confusing to decide which one is best for you. Take a look at this handy guide we created to help make the decision a little easier.
One of the most common projects DIYs homeowners and renters have to do is repairing holes or cracks in walls. The sheer volume of products on the shelves of your local home improvement store can be overwhelming so below are six questions you should ask yourself before you get started.
Water damage is something every homeowner tries to protect their home against, but many have found that it can be a stealthy advisory. Water damage can be hard to detect until it reaches a significant and usually expensive level. These are our favorite tips to help you know where to look and what to look for so you can recognize the signs of water damage.
When a storm hits, it’s too late to make sure your home is storm proof. Here are some tips to make sure your home is ready for whatever Mother Nature may bring your way.
There are an overwhelming amount of different caulks out there and choosing the right one for the right job can be a little difficult. Here is a quick guide to eliminate the stress and help you to pick the perfect caulk for your project.
Honestly, not using your caulk entirely won’t make or break your project budget, but why waste what you can use later? Here are three quick tips to show you how to preserve your open caulk tube.