How To Care For Your Natural Stone Countertops

Posted on: 5 December 2016

If you have just installed new, natural-stone countertops or if you have moved into a home with them, you will need to know how to properly care for them. This will ensure that they stay beautiful and will last for many years before you will ever need to think about replacing them. Be Careful What You Clean It With You cannot simply use any kitchen cleaner on your natural stone countertops. [Read More]

Building A Patio? Pick Trees That Will Benefit The Outdoor Space

Posted on: 5 October 2016

Some homes come with beautiful backyards that are lovely to look at, but they may not provide much functionality for when you are spending time outside. Without a deck, patio, gazebo, or garden, the only time you may be outside is when you are pulling up weeds and water plants. You may have come up with a plan to fix this problem by building a patio, which will likely require you to spend around $3,000. [Read More]

How to Reinforce Your Gutters

Posted on: 5 October 2016

If have exposed gutters that are attached to the fascia boards, you need to make sure the wood is in good condition. The fascia board is usually the first thing to wear down and show signs of age. Because it faces outward, it is exposed to the sun and moisture. If the fascia is worn down, there is a good chance that your gutters will also look old and not be able to hold and divert water. [Read More]

Four Good Reasons To Choose A Solar Water Heater

Posted on: 5 October 2016

If you're in the market for a new water heater, and your family is interested in reducing its carbon footprint and relying less on the major utility companies, you've likely heard of solar water heaters. By harnessing energy from the sun, these heaters can dramatically reduce your water heating bill and save energy. However, using less energy to heat water is just one of the many advantages to choosing a solar heater. [Read More]