Storybook Style Makeover: More Fun, Less Fuss With Modern Siding For A Fairy-Tale Home Facade

Posted on: 15 July 2016

Falling in love with the storybook architectural style is easy. Its cute little nooks and crannies, the decorative chimneys and handsome woodwork evoke a playful sense of fun and fantasy. Creating the same house style for yourself from an ordinary bungalow or ranch style home can be fun – and challenging. But you have a lot more resources to draw on these days than when storybook style first became popular in the 1920s.
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Two Environmentally Friendly Insulation Materials To Consider

Posted on: 25 May 2016

If you have a home renovation project scheduled that opens up your attic, then now may be the time to invest in new insulation materials. While fiberglass batting and spray foam polyurethane are two of the most common and popular choices available, there are a wide variety of other options that you can pick from. Some of these choices are even environmentally friendly. If you want your house to be as green as possible, then consider the options outlined below.
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How to Get the Most Accurate Estimate for Interior Painting Services

Posted on: 28 April 2016

The average cost per room for interior painting is around $448. However, the actual cost is dependent on the size of the room, the quality of materials, the previous paint or finish in the room, and the contractor you choose. To get a realistic idea of how much it will cost to paint your home, you should get an in-home estimate from multiple contractors. To make sure your estimate is accurate, follow these tips.
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Water-Cleanup Tips After Your Basement's Water Heater Fails

Posted on: 1 April 2016

From washing clothes and taking showers to using your dishwasher, your water heater plays an important role in your household needs. While it is an important appliance, you may not place much emphasis on maintaining your water heater. Your water heater may accumulate minerals and residue over time, causing an interaction with the steel inside the unit. This interaction corrodes the water heater tank, increasing your risk of major leaks.
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