Whether it came from a party that got a little out of hand or a rambunctious child who pushed the door open a little too far, holes in drywall do happen in the average household. Thankfully, damages to drywall can be fixed if you have the right tools for the job and some experience. Unfortunately, there are way too many do-it-yourself homeowners that assume that this is a simple task and end up with a bigger mess than what they had when they started.
26 March 2015
Are you getting new windows and doors installed on your home by a contractor like Welty Custom Exteriors, Inc? If so, you are probably wondering what to do with the old windows and doors. Here, you will learn how to transform those old windows and doors into a privacy screen for your back yard. This project can be completed with just a few supplies. You will need: Heavy-duty hinges Drill and bits Screws Paint—if desired Glass frosting kit—if desired Measuring tape and pencil Step 1: Plan the Layout
24 March 2015
There are many choices for energy efficient appliances and mechanical systems in your home. You may have energy efficient air conditioning, kitchen appliances and lighting in your home. There are also things that can be done to reduce the energy consumption for simple things like hot water. If you need to replace an old hot water heater, you may want to have one that uses less energy and saves you money.
23 March 2015
Home improvement doesn't always have to be about ripping out the cabinets or tearing up the floor. Instead, it can be about creating something new with something unique. Glass wine and better bottles are the perfect example. Most people would never think about using glass bottles to create something incredibly beautiful and improve the home, but they work. Here are a few ideas: Hanging Lights If you're looking for a way to add simple sophistication to a room, then creating a row of hanging bottle lights can be perfect.
18 March 2015
Through remodeling efforts at your home, you can change the way the space in your home looks and is used, and there are hundreds of ways you can accomplish this. One of the neatest ideas you may want to consider doing in your home is dropping your living room to create a "sunken" area. While this is not the cheapest type of project you could choose, it is one that would definitely impact the way your house looks and functions.
13 March 2015