Planning your first move with the family requires a lot of planning and coordination. From packing up all of your belongings to hiring professional movers, it can be much easier to get lost in the entire process.
Since preparing for this transition can be more challenging to your family, here are some of the best moving tips to help you handle the relocation as smooth as possible. Read More
Making your home eco-friendly is something that all homeowners should strive for. Not only does it save you money in the long run, but it helps create a more healthful earthly environment for everyone around you. There are several ways that you can make your home eco-friendly — some you may not have even thought of. Here are some of those ways: Read More
Adding an addition is one of the most obvious ways to ramp up the square footage of your home, which means boosted market value and more space for you and your family to enjoy. But adding a whole new section of livable space is no easy feat. It requires the careful planning of skilled professionals, plenty of patience, and, let’s not forget, a sizeable financial investment. According to HomeAdvisor, the average cost of adding an addition is around $43,000, but it’s not unusual for costs to soar to over $120,000. Make sure you’re aware of all the ins and outs of building an addition before you start bringing your big ideas to life. Here are a few things you should know. Read More
During summer, air conditioning is normally the highest energy expense in homes and commercial buildings. To reduce air conditioning costs, the first step is understanding the factors that influence consumption: the specific cooling needs of the building, the efficiency of AC equipment, and usage habits. Read More
Moving into your new home is a stressful affair filled with moving trucks and piles and piles of boxes and packing tape. There is a lot to keep track of when you move into your new home, like all your items and moving in the furniture. Read More
DIY’s are difficult. But a right set of tools and equipment will help you in making the job easy. Hardware tools are the best investment in case you are a DIY fan. Read More
Clutter harbors dirt, vermin, and negative energy. It can be a safety hazard and cause garage door damage or failure. One of the complaints we hear quite often is that the contents of the garage belong to someone else living in the home. Hint: it’s usually women who tell us this. Read More