Construction Tips To Save Your New Home From Potential Wildfires

Posted on: 14 April 2015

Building your new home in a wooded site gives you many advantages – it's peaceful, close to nature, and the views are great. It can also come with one major concern – wildfires. Working closely with your builder during construction and putting in some safety features can help mitigate the risk if your home is ever in danger. Protect the Roof Homes can fall to wildfires because of blowing embers, even if the home isn't in the direct path of the burn. [Read More]

Color Yourself Hungry: How Paint Can Increase Your Appetite

Posted on: 31 March 2015

The colors you surround yourself with can make a big difference in how you are feeling and what your brain tells you that it wants. When you are having a dining room or eat-in kitchen painted, consider choosing a paint color that will put you and your family in the mood to eat.  Green Green is a wonderful color that is associated with baskets full of freshly picked farm food and eating summer salads outdoors on a warm evening. [Read More]

3 Ways A Roofer Can Keep Your Roof In Great Condition

Posted on: 18 March 2015

Whether it is the cold winter season or a beautiful summer day, your roof is constantly exposed to extreme weather conditions. This means your roof needs to be in top condition in order to keep your home safe from dangerous and costly damages that these weather conditions can create. So, to ensure your roof stays in top shape, you will want to hire a roofing contractor so you can obtain routine services like: [Read More]

Fenced In

Posted on: 7 March 2015

Having a fence installed is a costly, necessary, and permanent addition to any home or business. Consider this guide to fence types before you make this important decision. Privacy We live in a busy world where neighbors (and their noses) are closer than ever. Good fences make for good neighbors as the saying goes. The right fence will establish a border of privacy by clearly determining your property line, and interrupt the line of sight into your home. [Read More]