2 Signs It’s Time To Refinish Those Hardwood Floors

Your heart might have skipped a beat when you initially saw those hardwood floors in your house, but how are they looking these days? If your floors look a little less-than-pristine, you might be wondering if you should refinish them. However, refinishing is a big job that might require a pretty extensive time commitment—which is why you need to be certain the job needs to be done in the first place. Read More 

Haunt Your House: Four DIY Halloween Crafts To Do With A Trip To The Hardware Store

As fall grows closer and the leaves begin falling off the trees, the kids are in the house more and there is nothing better than crafts to keep them busy. Halloween can be a great decoration project for your home. You can create haunted houses and DIY décor that is one of a kind. Here are some Halloween decoration tips for projects you can do with a few items from the hardware store: Read More 

Improving The Efficiency And Longevity Of Your Pool’s Heater

If you have a heated pool, then maintaining your heater is important. If you don't take care of your heater, you could end up with more than just cool water; the heater could lose efficiency, leading to higher energy costs, and it could eventually break down completely, necessitating costly repairs or replacement. That's why it's a good idea to do what you can to reduce the load on your heater as well as make sure it stays in good running condition. Read More 

Recyclable Metals And Materials In Computer Systems

Whether you're upgrading an entire building or adding new construction for a computer department, getting rid of old computers can be like throwing away a big investment. Even if the old computer is significantly slower than your new system choice, the sunk cost can be difficult to simply throw into the trash. To get some more value out of the old systems, consider a few recycling points that could fetch some extra cash from the recycling system. Read More 

How To Paint Laminate Countertops

Laminate countertops last a long time and can look like just about any material you like, including granite or marble. They allow you to have beautiful, sleek countertops and an upgraded kitchen without spending money on more expensive countertop materials. Another great thing about them is that they can be painted with solid colors or other textures. Here are some tips for painting your laminate countertops.  Prep the Countertops You can start the process by getting your laminate countertops ready for priming and interior painting. Read More