Shower Enclosure Tips For Aging In Place

When remodeling the bathroom in your forever home, you want to make sure you choose a shower enclosure that can grow old with you. Unfortunately, not all enclosures are made equally when it comes to safety and usability when mobility issues begin to surface. The following can help you choose an attractive enclosure that meets your current style needs while still allowing you to age gracefully in your own home. Read More 

The Basics Of Your Pool’s Plumbing

If you are in the process of getting a new pool, you should probably have a basic idea as to how the all the plumbing of your pool works. That way if there is a problem you can talk the plumber or pool repair person and tell them what you think the problem is. That can save a lot of time when it comes fixing any problems because they won't have to go through the entire system. Read More 

Tips To Help You Clear A Concrete Pump Blockage

The use of a flexible rubber hose in a concrete pump usually makes concrete pours in difficult-to-reach areas easy. And when compared to using a wheelbarrow, it is also a relatively spill-free method that reduces waste. Add this to the fact that it is not labor-intensive – no heavy lifting is necessary since the pump's motor provides all the power needed – and you end up with a concrete-moving technique that is irresistible to use when working on a concrete project. Read More 

Three Things To Consider When You Need New Carpeting In Your Home

If you feel that it is time to change the carpeting in your home, there are a few things that you need to consider before choosing one option of carpeting over another option. Many people assume that they can simply go to the carpet supplier, find a swatch they like, and have the carpets installed quickly and easily. That is not the best way to go about choosing carpeting for your home. Read More 

Did You Accidentally Break An Electrical Conduit? Learn How To Fix It

Many outdoor home improvement projects involve digging, either to plant a tree or to do some landscaping. Unfortunately, when digging you may accidentally break a PVC conduit buried underground that was used to run an electrical line. These are typically used to run a wire to a lamppost in a front yard, or any other outdoor lighting that you have. If you feel up to the challenge, you can fix this broken conduit all on your own. Read More