16 January 2015
Whether you live in a 500-square-foot apartment or a 5,000-square-foot home, the fact remains that heating your space during the frigid months of winter can be pricey. Nobody looks forward to receiving their monthly energy bills, but did you know you could be throwing money out the window if you're not heating your home responsibly and efficiently? Read on to learn about the top home heating mistakes you need to avoid.
12 January 2015
One of the biggest benefits of owning your own home is the fact that you can spend countless hours enjoying outdoor time with your children. If there is one thing that will make antsy kids even more hard to handle it is keeping them cooped up indoors all day. While you may love the fact that your home has a backyard, close proximity to a road or highway can create an issue if you want to let your kids outside to play.
7 January 2015
Clear glass shower doors can add a touch of elegance to any bathroom, but sometimes you need less elegance and more privacy. That's where frosted glass comes into play. There are a few different ways to achieve the look but frosted glass paint spray is by far the easiest, cheapest route. Here's how to achieve a frosted glass look for your shower doors. Things You Need: Shower door Tarp Soapy water and sponge Towel Painter's tape Stencil (optional) Frosted glass spray Eye, nose and mouth protection Step 1: Prepare Your Surface
3 January 2015
A gas boiler burns gas to provide heat for your home. The majority of gas boilers burn natural gas, but there are some units that burn propane. Choosing the right unit for your particular situation is essential if you're going to keep your energy bills low while still ensuring that your home is as comfortable as possible for you and your family. Below are some of the things you should consider when selecting a residential gas boiler.