Archive for May, 2018
When’s the last time you took a good, hard look at your basement?
Out of sight, out of mind…this wisdom follows us all throughout our lives, particularly when it comes to our basement design. You shove a few boxes of furniture in there, turn off the lights and only venture down when you’re wondering where that family photo album disappeared to. Your basement, however, has a lot of potential to be one of your favorite areas of the house. Today’s home improvement contractor is seeing more basement finishing project requests than ever.
Here are just a few ideas you can mull over in 2018 when you’re wondering what your next great home renovation project could be.
Did You Know?
Basements aren’t just a place to store all your leftover junk anymore. They’re a beloved part of the home that can provide endless hou
One of the most common renovations that will take place across the United States is some sort of landscaping renovations. This is so for two main reasons which include raising the value of a home and installing appliances that allow for homeowners to spend time outside. As a matter of fact, one of the hottest new commodities is the outdoor commercial furnace.
A new survey by Harris Poll for the National Association of Landscape Professionals conducted among 2,034 United States adults, finds that three-quarters of Americans, at 75%, feel that it is important to spend time outside in their yards. So this statistic points to the fact that people love spending time outdoors and that means that they will have no reservations spending money upgrading their outdoor lawn area.
Just about 83% of Americans think having a yard is important and 90% of those with a yard think it is important that it is also well-maintained. The average American spends, on average, 4 hours per week taking
This is not how you expected to be spending the day, but when you realized that everyone in the house had taken a cold shower this morning you knew that this was going to be no ordinary day. In fact, even before the regular hours began with the plumber you usually work with, you had already called for emergency hot water heater repair. The hotline explained that they would have someone out to your house within an hour.
The fact that you have a weekend full of company elevated your need for making sure that you discovered whatever problem was causing the lack of hot water and making the call to schedule the repair.
From Plumbing Problems to Hot Water Heater Issues It Is Better to Call a Professional
Whether you are looking for sump pump repair or mainline sewer cleanings, it is always best to call in professional licensed plumber. Even the smallest tasks like replacing a bathr