Broken Ice Maker? Follow These Easy Steps

You may not even realize how many times you use the appliances in your home until one of those appliances break. Ice makers are extremely convenient and such a hassle when they are broken. If you are looking for a way to try and fix your ice maker before calling a professional, work through these 3 easy steps. With any luck, they'll have your ice machine working as good as new in no time at all. Read More 

Making A Demolition Budget: 4 Factors To Keep In Mind When Estimating A Demolition Project

Are you trying to figure out your demolition budget? The cost of demos can vary widely. It can be hard to get an accurate estimate, so understanding what constitutes the cost of a demolition can help you get a general idea of what the project is going to cost. Here are some factors that may contribute to the price of a demo project: The Cost of Permits and Fees Before a demolition job can begin, fees have to be paid and permits have to be obtained. Read More 

2 Types Of Siding That Are Durable And Beautiful

If you are going to build a custom home, then picking the exterior material for your home can be a challenge because there are many excellent choices. If you want siding that is both durable and beautiful, then consider these 2 exterior options. Stone First, stone is an excellent siding option for your home whether you want to use it on the entire exterior or on just on the bottom portion of the home. Read More 

Quick Tips For Keeping Your Air Conditioning Unit In Good Repair

Most air conditioning units will need repair work at one time or another, but there are many things homeowners can do to keep their unit protected and to avoid certain repair bills. A good central air conditioning unit should last a decade or more, but its longevity will often depend on how well it's cared for and protected. Consider some things every homeowner can do to keep their home's air conditioning unit in good repair. Read More 

Add A Small, Decorative Path On Your Property

Define your property with a decorative path that leads from your house to your backyard. This improvement will add a considerable amount of beauty to your yard and won't take a lot of time or money to complete. Use The Following List Of Materials small, decorative stones landscape fabric scissors measuring tape wooden posts bark mulch small flowers garden shovel wheelbarrow hose rake Outline The Path And Dig Read More