Rewiring Your Home For The Future
13 January 2016
If you're remodeling or building a new home, you have many options to consider. One feature that can make your new or remodeled home more functional and valuable is integrating technology into your design. Homes being built or remodeled today need to accommodate today's technologies and the technologies of the future.
This process starts with wiring your home for the future.
For decades, it was standard practice to "daisy-chain" electrical wiring throughout a home.
Protecting Your Asphalt Driveway Edges With Brick Materials
21 December 2015
When you have an asphalt driveway installed on your property in Santa Fe, your contractors will spend a good deal of time on the edges of the formation to make sure that they are as strong as possible. While care is taken to make sure that the edges are not brittle, they will be the weakest area of the asphalt due to the lack of support from your lawn. Driving over the unsupported edges can cause cracks to form.
Removing And Preventing Two Common Cedar Siding Stains
9 December 2015
If you have siding adhered to your home that is made out of cedar materials, then your home likely has a warm red appearance on the exterior. Cedar is a strong and resilient wood that is likely to remain beautiful for many years. However, you may see some stains appearing on the exterior of your siding over time. Most stains can be removed with a little elbow grease and the right cleaning solution.
Decorating French Patio Doors With Window Films: A Primer
12 November 2015
French patio doors can add a lot of light and character to your home, but after a while you may find that you're bored with the look or dissatisfied with the level of privacy the door offers. You may be considering adding curtains or blinds to your door, but a trend that began in the 1960s is becoming a popular option once again. In this article, learn how you can use window films to dress up any French patio door, what types are available and how they can benefit you.