If you are having a mold issue we talked about how to clean it up in Part 1, now let’s look at ways to prevent it from happening again.
Mold and Mildew Two Part Series: Part 1
As everyone knows the hardest thing to remove is mold and mildew from a home. No matter how often you clean it is always there, staring you in the eyes mocking you and your cleaning skills. But we have some tips that will help you to combat this. Continue reading →
With the rising cost of energy, we are always looking for way to save both energy and money. When purchasing our appliances, central units and water heaters we look at the energy labels, we add more insulation to our homes during remodels or a new build because every little bit counts. But did you know there are little things that you can do to help reduce your energy bill and save you money throughout the year. Continue reading →
Have you ever looked at a mosaic tile piece and thought “I could do that?” Well yes you can! It is easier than you think and costs next to nothing to make because if you have a tile floor you have the tile you need. If you do not have the tile you can get a box of inexpensive tile at the store. Continue reading →
Your home looks absolutely stunning. You just had new tiles installed in your kitchen and bathroom. But now people are coming in and they are starting to look a little dingy. And over time the grout lines become darker and dirty. It can become quite a chore to clean the grout and hiring a professional can cost a fortune especially if you have a larger area. So, what do you do about cleaning the grout and getting those tiles sparkling. Continue reading →
Stencils are becoming the new wallpaper; more and more people are thinking about using a stencil for more than just the inspirational quote. But like wall paper the most daunting part of using stencils is getting the pattern to match. We have outlined step by step instructions that will make you want to stencil all your walls. Continue reading →
With the rising cost of your energy bills everyone is looking at your existing heating and cooling unit to make sure it is the correct size you’re your home and possibly replace it or even update your appliances. Not everyone has the funds or time to make those big changes but that doesn’t mean you can’t make your home more energy efficient. Continue reading →