Residential Bathroom Upgrade Considerations

Posted on: 29 October 2021

The size of a bathroom, the number of fixtures in it, and the amount of daily use that the room supplies will impact your bathroom remodeling project. The cost, the time allotted, and the upgrade types are three categories to consider when planning your project. Bathroom Types A full-sized master bathroom, a secondary full-sized bathroom, and a powder room are three separate types of facilities that may be in your home. [Read More]

Giving Your Home A Makeover? How Vinyl Siding Material Can Help

Posted on: 30 September 2021

Even homes that are well-loved and kept in good repair can begin to look faded or outdated due to the effects of weather and age. If you have owned your home for several years or it is an older structure, you may feel that installing new siding materials is a good way to freshen the appearance and give the home more appeal. However, with several siding materials available, homeowners in this situation can find it difficult to decide on which one they should use. [Read More]

Common Masonry Problems to Watch Out for in an Older Home

Posted on: 2 September 2021

Masonry, whether it's stone or brick, can add a lot of character to a home. It is especially common in older homes. Since masonry tends to be strong and durable, a lot of the masonry in these older homes is still intact and in good shape. However, small problems can creep up, and you want to notice them quickly so you can have them repaired while they are still minor. Here are the key problems to look out for in the masonry in older homes. [Read More]

Features to Get In Replacement Ice Bins for Refrigerators

Posted on: 26 August 2021

An important part of your refrigerator is the ice bin, the structure that holds ice made by this appliance or by yourself. Sometimes, this component can damage and thus require a replacement. As long as you go after these features in this refrigerator replacement part, you can make a solid investment. 1. Extended Rim It's natural to take the ice bin out of the refrigerator every once in a while. You may have an easier time getting ice out this way or just want to perform some maintenance steps like cleaning. [Read More]