What Projects a Handyman Can Help You With

  • What If You Can? Using A Modular Camp As Temporary Housing While You Build

    27 December 2014

    Many people dream of building their own home, but between construction loans on the new property and mortgage or rental payments while it is being built, the dream is never able to become a reality. However, what if there was an affordable to way to live on your new property during the construction process? Have you considered renting a camp trailer or purchasing a modular camp to stay in while the home is being built?

  • Two Tips To Help Your Air Conditioner Avoid Problems

    19 December 2014

    The temperature inside a home is one of the most important factors for determining its comfort level. While air conditioning systems can help ensure that your home is comfortable regardless of whether it is hot or cold outside, these systems are highly complex, and this means that they can encounter numerous problems. Luckily, there are a couple of tips you can follow that will help your system avoid some of the most common issues.

  • How New Homeowners Can Benefit From Plumbers Who Use Video Cameras

    19 September 2014

    As you are settling into your new home, you probably aren't thinking much about your plumbing. Most people don't think about it until they have a problem. But when you do have to call the plumber, they can look for other problems that you might not be aware of by using a closed-circuit television (CCTV) camera. Below are three benefits of CCTV cameras for plumbing. Finding Clogged Drains Finding clogged drains in your home is a lot easier with a CCTV camera.

  • The Advantages Of Prefabricated Steel Outbuildings On Your Property

    19 September 2014

    A steel outbuilding on your property can provide more room for storage, but there are also many other advantages to having one of these buildings available to you. Choosing a prefabricated steel design can be a good choice as well. Consider a few surprising advantages of these buildings no matter the size of your residence or their intended use. 1. They double as work areas. Storage may not be the only reason to consider a prefabricated steel building on your property.

  • Spray Foam Vs. Blown-In Insulation: Which Is Right For Your Home?

    18 September 2014

    Two of the most popular insulation products on the market today are spray foam and blown-in insulation. The reason that these products are so popular is that they can be easily used inside of finished walls, ceilings, and floors without causing damage to the finished surface. However, like all insulation products, both spray foam and blown-in insulation will have their pros as well as their cons. Taking the time to understand the pros and cons that come along with each of these options will ultimately allow you to choose which product is best suited to your home's insulation needs.

  • Thinking About Replacing Your Windows? Five Things You Should Know

    25 August 2014

    If you've been thinking about replacing the windows in your home, you know it can be a fairly large expense. Here are some good reasons to go ahead and spend the money, as well as extra information you might want to know about window replacement remodeling. Why Replace Your Windows? There are a host of reasons why you may want to replace your windows, some of which are addressed in more detail below:

  • Repairing A Cracked Concrete Surface

    4 August 2014

    Though concrete is a solid flooring material, it is not insusceptible to damage caused by erosion, freezing or blunt trauma. This being the case, a small crack in the concrete can often grow, resulting in a much larger crack over time. The best thing to do if you notice a crack in your concrete is to repair it as soon as you can to prevent the crack from getting larger. If you want to repair a cracked concrete floor, all you need to do is follow a short process.