Recently, there’s been a rise in home break-ins across the US, especially given the increasing use of bump keys that can dismantle a simple door lock. But it’s not just door locks that are vulnerable. There are windows, rooftops, and other sneaky ways that thieves find to break into a home.
As we all know, owning a home is a huge investment that takes an enormous amount of time, money, and effort. Given these factors, property owners looking to sell cannot afford to go wrong when it comes to improvements. Read on to learn about some great DIY home improvement tips!
Of course, running your air conditioning in the summer is not ideal, given that the hot temperatures mean it cost more to cool. So, to save money you should think about how to make your home more efficient.
Your home is susceptible to a wet basement at any time in the year. This can lead to mold growth, which is harmful to your and your family’s health; and can even lead to structural damage to your home. In this piece, we’ll look at what causes foundation cracks and what you can to do correct the problems.
Let’s face it, your house is made up of many, different pieces. In order for it to be home, it has to fit and move with you. That means moving parts. Anything that moves eventually wears out. I’ve not even mentioned things go out of style!
Beyond the initial purchase cost of buying a home, there are other regular financial responsibilities for homeowners. Just like an oil change for a vehicle, there are multiple ways to keep your home in shape to avoid future headaches.
Are you confident that you can sell your home quickly and close to your asking price? Are you worried that your home will live on the market for years or that you will lose money trying to get rid of it?
Ducting means either a system of ducts already in place or a tubing or piping layout that form a system of pipes. Through this system, fluids or air can pass through, keeping a dwelling warm or comfortably cool.
Buying your home at a low price has the highest potential for you to get big equity gains. But next on the list, is consistently performing the right home maintenance for your house. These 11 tips to winterize your home are timely and very important. Don’t miss out!
Once you buy a home, there will be constant upgrades to it. Numerous home improvement practices will be implemented. Upgrading your home is an ongoing process that you cannot overlook or avoid. As the name suggests, home improvement enhances several aspects of your home — aesthetic, structural integrity, energy savings, etc. Let us look at some home improvement tips to save energy and also money!
Home improvement covers a wide range of topics. Home maintenance tips do as well! I like to break things up into more digestible snacks rather than overload you with everything under the sun. Today we’re looking at just home maintenance tips for Fall in Louisville. How’s that for specific?!
Making your home energy efficient on a budget can seem a little tricky. With Energy Star appliances dominating the name in efficiency, you may think you need to replace all your appliances just to better your efficiency. To learn about this and more DIY projects you can tackle, keep reading!
There are a few things that almost any homeowner can do to extend the life of your furnace. Consistently performing these 3 DIY furnace tips will keep your heating system working as energy efficiently as possible.
Each bathroom in a home holds a different purpose. The guest bathroom should always be neat, clean, and inviting, but also uncluttered. Of course, you want it to look stylish but it should also be functional. Kids’ bathrooms are usually quite whimsical.
When you own a house looking after its maintenance is mandatory. Many homeowners make the mistake of not paying attention to signs that tell the health of their condition and end up having to face costly repairs. To keep the maintenance costs down you have to care for preventive maintenance. Let’s look at these common mistakes that are destroying our houses.