Tips For Expanding Your Shower

Posted on: 31 August 2016

Many times, especially in older homes, you want a larger space for your showering needs. Expansion can depend on the space allowed and whether you can achieve the plumbing repairs necessary for the expansion. Here are some tips to aid you in the process. The Wall Surface  With an expansion project of the shower, you need to be sure to choose the right materials to prevent water from leaking past the surface of the shower and into the framing and subflooring of the bathroom. [Read More]

Designing A Bathroom With Your Cats In Mind? 3 Features To Include

Posted on: 30 August 2016

Remodeling the primary bathroom in your home can come with concern for every member of your family, but your cats are often missed when making design choices. If you want your bathroom to be fully functional for both your human family members and your pets, you need to look into what kinds of choices can work well for cats. With the right features included in your bathroom remodel, you can make the bathroom easy to use for cats, while also making it better for you. [Read More]

Deciding On Slate For Your Kitchen Countertops

Posted on: 29 August 2016

Granite is one of the most popular materials for kitchen countertops, though homeowners sometimes branch out into marble or quartz. Slate is a sometimes-overlooked natural stone that's nonetheless ideal for kitchen countertops. A durable material, slate also creates a distinctive profile in your kitchen. Choose slate for your kitchen countertops for décor ranging from modern to rustic. Composition of Slate Slate is a metamorphic rock that originated as either shale or mudstone. [Read More]

Adding A Front Porch

Posted on: 25 August 2016

Unless you belong to an older generation, you may never have enjoyed a front porch. They are more than a simple home addition; the front porch is a place to relax, visit with neighbors, and get a breath of fresh air. If you screen it in, you can enjoy the outdoors without fighting off flies and mosquitoes as well. Even if you think a front porch would be an enjoyable addition to your home, you may wonder if having one built is a good financial investment. [Read More]