Three Tips To Save Money On Your Log Home Construction

Do you dream of owning a log home, either as a primary residence or a vacation home, but the expense of construction seems daunting? If so, there is no reason to abandon this dream. Instead, begin by researching the various way you can cut costs while not sacrificing quality. The following tips will provide you with just a few ways to keep a little more green in your pocket when constructing your dream home. Read More 

Tired Of Your Exterior Home? Add Awnings To Your Windows To Make A Change

If you are tired of the way your exterior home looks, there are many changes that can make things look different. One thing you can do is to add awnings to your windows. Below are some benefits of doing this, as well as three types of awnings you can choose from. Benefits of Awnings Awnings can offer you many benefits. One benefit is they can keep harmful UV rays from shining into your window. Read More 

3 Ways To Upgrade The Efficiency Of Your Home Before The Sale

You have made up your mind that you definitely want to sell your house because you have your eye on another. However, before you can actually afford the other house, you need to make sure you get top dollar for the one that you are currently living in when it sells. One of the biggest factors buyers consider when they take a stroll through a home they are considering buying is how efficient the structure is overall. Read More 

Live In A Hurricane Zone? Make Sure Your Home Exterior Is Waterproof

If you live in a hurricane zone, then your home is going to be under a strong barrage of wind and rain at least a few times each year. Many people focus on the inside of the home to keep water out. They install a sump pump, repair cracks in the basement, and run a dehumidifier to ensure any water that comes in doesn't cause too much mold. But it's really the outside of your home that needs attention! Read More 

A Small Water Heater Maintenance Guide

You want to educate yourself on the appliances and systems throughout your home, so you know how to get the most out of them, you are able to maintain them correctly, you know when it is time to call someone for professional help and you know how to spot the signs of major issues or the need for full replacement. One of the appliances in your home that you want to learn as much as you can about is the hot water heater. Read More