When you approach a bathroom remodel, one area you want to give special attention to is the shower space. Many homeowners are choosing a walk-in shower over a shower-and-tub combination. This can be a big project because it might mean opening up the walls to re-work the plumbing and adding waterproof sheeting to the walls. The result, though, is a beautifully functional shower space. Design a walk-in shower that complements your morning routine as well as your bathroom design.
- When it comes to buying a home, it may seem that the most affordable option is to buy an existing home. However, this actually isn't the case. In fact, the many benefits of buying a custom-built home include money savings that you aren't generally going to find with a pre-existing home. Here are four specific reasons you should consider a custom-built home over an existing home: Automatic Energy Efficiency: Most of the time, when you move into a pre-existing home, you are going to find that the appliances, HVAC, and more need to be updated because they are no longer the most efficient items that a home can have.
- If you're getting ready to install new gutters on your home and you're thinking about adding leaf guards, preparation is key to getting the best performance from them. In fact, there are a few common problems that can occur with leaf guard installation that may lead to more serious issues. Here's a look at what you need to know about optimizing your gutter and leaf guard installation to protect your home.
- Tackling a landscaping project is no small feat, especially if you are contemplating doing a large project on your own for the first time. You may have a great idea of exactly what you want to achieve in your front or back yard, but making it a reality is another thing altogether, and requires quite a bit of forethought. So if you're looking to be as prepared as possible before starting your project, take a look below at three great tips you will want to keep in mind during the process of doing some residential landscaping.
- When you work with metal in your day-to-day business practices, whether your business involves vehicles and automotive components or building processes, there is bound to be a need to have a few good welding setups on site. While many small business owners will opt for an arc welder, it may be better to invest in a stud welder instead. Stud welders can be used in a variety of ways and are simple enough in form and function that they make sense in a business setting.