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Creating A Functional Home

Do you love being in your home? A few years ago, I realized that my home was a little lackluster, which is why I started focusing on making things right by working with a team of construction contractors. I wanted to create an absolutely beautiful home interior, so I met with a team of professionals to talk about my construction options. They were really incredible to work with, and within a few short months, my home looked brand new. I wanted to create a blog all about creating a functional, gorgeous home so that you can adore your indoors space.

Latest Posts

3 Things You Can Do to Minimize Maintenance Requirements Around the House
29 May 2018

Are you tired of spending so much time taking care

3 Ways Your Attic Is Wasting Energy And Costing You Money
12 April 2018

The attic is an imperative part of most homes. Not

4 Possible Reasons Why Your Pool Is Losing Water
7 March 2018

If you have found that you have to add water to yo

How Spray Foam Insulation Makes An Older Home More Energy Efficient
22 January 2018

One of the steps you'll probably have to take, whe

Don't Buy An Expensive New Furnace Before Inspecting The Home's Insulation
6 December 2017

Have you been noticing that your home seems to be

Don’t Settle For Coaxial Cables Running Across Your Floor: Hire An Electrician Instead

When you move into a home and are deciding where you want to set up your TV, the position can often be dictated by where the coaxial cable comes into the room. If you want to set up the room in a certain manner that isn't conducive to having the TV in this location, however, you may be tempted to simply run a length of coaxial cable across the floor. It's time to put this idea on the shelf, as doing so will look messy and could pose a tripping hazard. Read More 

Using Mulch To Improve Your Landscape Design

Spending time outdoors can be both relaxing and entertaining. If creating a comfortable outdoor living space is on your to-do list for this summer, you will definitely want to consider investing in some mulch. Using mulch in your landscape design can help you control weed growth, prevent soil erosion, and give your flower beds a more polished look. Here are three tips to ensure that you are using mulch correctly in your outdoor living space this summer. Read More 

Warnings Signs Your Rain Gutters Need To Be Replaced

As a homeowner or business owner, it is in your best interest to know how to tell when your rain gutters need to be replaced. Fortunately, there are a handful of warning signs you can watch for. When you see any of these warnings signs, you need to call a contractor to get some new gutters installed. Cracks in the Gutters Cracks in the gutters can be a serious problem. This would lead to the water falling from inside the gutters and leaking into the sides and foundation of the home. Read More 

Is Your Furnace About To Fail? 5 Signs Of Possible Imminent Furnace Failure

Furnaces don't last forever. Your furnace will likely start to give you signs that it's in danger of failing. Many of these signs are obvious, even though you may not recognize them as signs of pending failure. A heating contractor can tell you best, but here are some of the signs you should watch. 1. Old Age Your furnace will not last forever. Most professionals agree that a modern furnace has an average lifespan of 15 to 20 years. Read More 

Landscape Design - Using An Electric Kiln To Make Outdoor Pottery

Outdoor pottery is a great way to add character to your landscape design and choosing to make your own is a creative and enjoyable craft that starts with a kiln.  After forming your clay into its desired shape, you'll need to fire it in a kiln in order to turn it into a durable piece of pottery. Electric kilns offer a variety of benefits today including price, safety, dependability and control of the heat you apply to your product. Read More