How To Fix Cracks In Your In-Ground Pool Using Epoxy

The temperatures are rising outside and it's now time to get the pool ready for another swimming season. The first thing you should do is inspect the pool to make sure everything is in shape after the long cold winter. An issue that affects in-ground pools is the natural movement of the earth during freeze and thaw cycles. These movements can exert a lot of pressure against the cement walls of the pool and cause them to crack – cracks that should be repaired before you fill the pool up with water. Read More 

5 Tips For Reducing Your Heating Bills

Do you cringe every time you open up your heating bill? If the answer is yes, you definitely need to make some changes. Your heating bills do not have to break the bank. Here are some steps you can take to reduce your heating bills. Do Not Close the Oven Door An easy way to retain heat in your house is to leave the oven door open. After you get done cooking a meal, keep the door open for 15 to 20 minutes. Read More 

To Strip Or Not To Strip: That Is The Cabinet Refacing Question

When you just want to give your kitchen a facelift over a total remodel, cabinet refacing is exactly what you want. However, you need to keep in mind that the only things that are replaced with a cabinet refacing project are the front surfaces of all of your current cupboards. If you want the surfaces behind your current cabinets refinished, then you will have to consider one of the following options. Read More 

3 Unique Building Materials For Tiny Houses

Are you considering moving into a tiny house? Tiny houses are a growing movement among people who want to live more simply, inexpensively, and in a way that is friendly to the environment. These houses are usually no more than a few hundred square feet in size, can be built totally off the grid if that's your preference, and can be mobile or fixed in one place. They can also be built out of an extraordinary number of different materials, depending on your needs and goals for your tiny house lifestyle. Read More 

Architectural Vs 3-Tab Shingles: A Comparison Of Three Major Issues

Composition shingles are usually manufactured with a fiberglass base followed by different layers of other materials. Architectural shingles have a heavier fiberglass mat base, as well as more layers of materials, than 3-tab shingles. Apart from the difference in their composition, they also have other dissimilarities in other areas such as: Durability Most manufacturers offer their architectural shingles with 30 -, 40, or 50-year warranties, and you know a warranty is a reflection of how much a manufacturer expects a product to last. Read More