Good news! You can fix tears, cracks, and holes in your vinyl siding without the help (and cost) of a professional. You don’t have to replace all the vinyl—just the section that is damaged. Here’s how it’s done:
In-floor heating can add a comforting touch to tiled areas that naturally chill the feet. In-floor heating can warm your toes and the entire room in an energy-efficient way. The process is relatively simple, but you will most likely need the help of an electrician to install it. Here is a look at the basic
Mold is no fun to try to remove, and if advanced enough, it can even be harmful. As with most things, prevention is key in the battle against mold. Here are some tips on how to avoid mold in the bathroom, the wettest place in the house:
Concrete floors can be very handy, but “as-is” they’re not very visually appealing. Staining is one way to make your concrete floor look beautiful and furniture-worthy. The process is lengthy, but relatively simple. Here are some ideas to stain your concrete floor.
Wanting to install a concrete floor in your home? It is totally possible to do it yourself! Here is a summary of what the process entails: (for the complete tutorial go here.) There are also a few great looking concrete floor ideas, as well, near the end!
Brick pavers make for beautiful, classic-looking patios. With a little instruction and some friends willing to help with the manual labor, you can lay your own brick paver patio. Here is a look at what the process basically entails:
Dressing up an old room with a ceiling fan is a great route to go. Ceiling fans can also help save on your utilities. For starters you need to hang a metal outlet box from the ceiling, this metal outlet box needs to be able to support the entire weight of the fan. This can