Cement patios are commonplace in homes across the country. In the Southwest they are particularly popular since lawns are hard to manage in the heat and cement patios are easy to clean and maintain. Take a look at your patio this Spring and follow these steps for making it more […]
No time, money, or know-how to fix a household problem? In New York city we have Supers who are on call (usually) and hopefully can fix leaking faucets, broken radiators, or sticky doors, but homeowners are on their own and for smaller household fixes a certified or licensed contractor is […]
You may think that staining wood is an inexact science but there is a method to the madness. Understanding the type of wood you are working with as well as the technique used to apply the stain can alter the color of the stain dramatically. Here are some tips to […]
Easy ideas for enlarging or just altering the mood of any room in the house. It’s amazing what a little color can do.
Chris Wondra figures that working on your home could replace a few trips to the gym. Mowing Men–500 Women–395 Weeding Men–328 Women–296 Raking Men–361 Women–283 Planting flowers, shrubs and trees Men–340 Women–250 Sweeping outside (e.g., sidewalk) Men–336 Women–263 Bagging grass and leaves Men–336 Women–263 Wheelbarrow chores Men–420 Women–329 Cleaning out […]
When insulating a new home or a room conversion such as an attic or garage, you have a choice between batt or blow-in insulation. There are advantages to both but if you are going to go with the batt fiberglass you need to make sure your installation is precise. Here’s […]