Home Inspection Services To Help You With Your Home Purchase Decision

The home you buy is one that should have a durable foundation, exterior, and roof, including all the appropriate working components and systems inside in order for it to be a smart purchase. But to help you make the most informed decision about your purchase you will need the help of some professional services who can check out a home and its systems and components, looking for any problems or signs of trouble that might cost you extra in addition to the price you are paying for a home. Read More 

3 Types Of Awnings To Get For Your House

Having dimension and character on your home's exterior is one of those things that everyone strives for. If you have windows that get a lot of sun but you don't want to cover them with blinds, then you may want to consider window awnings. Awnings are a great way to block out the sun and add tons of character to your home's exterior. Depending on the style of your home, however, you may want to go with one style of awning over another. Read More 

Graceful Gingham: Tips For Using Checked Window Drapes In Interior Design

When you think about gingham fabric, do you envision a country kitchen with a vase of fresh-cut flowers on a windowsill flanked with yellow gingham checked curtains? Common in country kitchens in the past, gingham checked fabric is making a charming comeback for window drapes in interior home design. Learning how to mix and match other fabrics and colors with checks will help you refresh any room with the gracefulness of gingham. Read More 

Advantages Of Spray Foam Insulation

At some point, you may want or need to update the insulation in your home. You can choose between regular batts of fiberglass insulation, blown-in cellulose, or spray foam insulation. Putting in additional batts would require you to remove the drywall or interior walls. Blown-in cellulose allows you to add insulation without having to take down interior walls but is not very good when it gets wet. That leaves spray foam insulation. Read More 

Adding A Stone Veneer To Your Home’s Exterior

There are many homeowners that may enjoy the look of natural stone products, but they may not live in a home that uses this material. Luckily, natural stone veneers can allow individuals that own wood homes to retrofit their so that they can enjoy this aesthetic. Will a Stone Veneer Require Structural Improvements? Natural stone veneers can be an extremely convenient and affordable upgrade to make to a home. However, the weight of the stone can be a cause of concern for some homeowners as they may assume this weight will force them to make structural changes to the home to account for the added stone. Read More