Areas To Add More Insulation

You likely know the importance of insulation in your home. It keeps the heat inside from escaping so you don't have energy bills that are too high. You may think you have all the insulation you need already. However, if the following areas don't have any or enough insulation, you may be losing money in utilities. Garage Builders usually don't insulate the garage. You've probably experienced that fact during the cold months when your garage is cold. Read More 

Are You Enclosing Your Outdoor Patio?

Have you decided that you would get more use out of your outdoor patio if you went ahead and enclosed it? Maybe you have considered doing that for years, and you have now decided to get it done before Christmas. Do you already have a plan for the enclosure? If not, here are some ideas that might help you. ‚ÄčThe Outdoor and Indoor Window Treatments Is your area of the country often hit by hurricanes or other dramatic weather conditions? Read More 

If You Can’t Have Central Air, You Still Have Options

Central air conditioning has only become common in homes in the last few decades. If your home was built before the 1990s, there's a good chance the builder did not construct it with air conditioning in mind. You may have a boiler heating system or baseboard heat, which does not lend itself well to installing central air. But that does not mean you can't have air conditioning. Here are a few AC options that work well when central AC is not an option. Read More 

Pumpkin Buying And Carving Tips

Your family's yearly trip to the pumpkin patch can be one of the highlights of the year. However, many families will make mistakes when buying and carving their pumpkins. These mistakes can lead to their pumpkin having a much shorter lifespan, but it is possible to easily avoid these issues if you are prepared before you leave for the pumpkin patch. Visit The Pumpkin Patch Before The First Snowfall Generally, it is advisable to purchase the pumpkin before the first snowfall of the year. Read More 

4 Gutter Installation Tips To Ensure You Get The Most From Your Investment In New Gutters

When you are having new gutters installed on your home, there are some choices to make, such as installing larger canals and locating the downspout in the right location. There are also options for installing rain collection and gutter guards to improve your new gutters. The following tips will help you get more out of your residential gutter installation project: 1. Installing the Right Width Canals to Prevent Gutters from Overflowing Read More