New Home Constructions: Making Your Home One To Grow Into

If you're investing your time into building a new home, you likely want to live in it for quite a while. How can you ensure that your family will be able to grow into your new home? There are ways that you can make it easier. Here are a few tips for ensuring that your new home construction is going to last your family for decades to come. Finish the Attic and Basement [Read More]

Planning To Insulate Your Attic? Why You Should Consider Blown-In Cellulose

Roof insulation is best known for improving the energy efficiency of a roof, but this isn't the only reason your roof needs to be insulated; there are other reasons for it. For example, insulation also prevents the roof from heating up and experiencing accelerated wear and tear.  There are various types of roof insulation, but blown in cellulose insulation is one of the best. Here are some of the advantages you will enjoy if you decide to use this type of insulation: [Read More]

4 Things You Want To Know About Energy Efficiency And Replacement Windows

If you want your home to be energy-efficient, windows play an important role. Therefore, replacement windows are a popular energy improvement in older homes. Old glass in your windows causes a lot of energy to escape your home, and the insulation around the window may also contribute to air leaks. Here are some things that you will want to know about energy-efficiency and installing replacement windows in your home: 1. Choosing Different Styles of Windows for Looks and Energy-Efficiency [Read More]

A Checklist For Successful Patio Installation

  On the surface, patio installation may seem like an easy job. The truth is that if not done properly, the patio can end up being a mess and an eyesore in your backyard. The base may expand during warm weather, causing the pavers to bulge out of place. This can cause people to trip. It can also sink and grow weeds. The Base The base is vital to successfully installing a patio. [Read More]