Bathroom Renovations To Benefit Seniors

If you have an elderly loved one, taking steps around the home to help them get around without slipping and falling is very important for their safety. The bathroom is one area of the home where slip and fall accidents happen often due to the moist conditions in the room. Here are a few steps you can take to help minimize the risk of injury, while helping your loved one use their bathroom facilities with ease. Read More 

Choosing The Right Green Heating & Cooling System

If you're going to be upgrading your heating and cooling system and your goal is to go green, then you are probably aware that you have many options. Due to the abundance of different choices available, you may find it difficult to decide on the right system. Here is an overview of some of the most innovative and eco-friendly systems available, which can help you choose the right green heating & cooling system: Read More 

Four Ways to Create an above-Ground Pool Area That Looks Like an in-Ground Pool

If you want to have an affordable pool solution for your home, above-ground pools can be great. In some areas, it may be the only choice you have if there is a moratorium on in-ground pools. They can also be great for homes with a limited amount of space, and you can save a lot of money. With all of these benefits, you may still want to make your above-ground pool as enjoyable as an in-ground pool. Read More 

How To Save Money When Hiring An Elevator Maintenance Service

Are you interested in hiring an elevator maintenance service, but want to keep costs down while doing it? Then you should take the time to learn the different ways in which you can negotiate a lower cost when setting up the contract. By doing so you might get as much as 10-20% off the fee, and that will results in worthwhile savings. Therefore, read on for the variety of ways that you can reduce your costs when hiring an elevator maintenance service: Read More 

How to Prepare If a House Near Yours Is Going to Be Demolished

You've heard the news: A house in your neighborhood is going to be torn down to make way for a newer home or development. If it is very close to your home, you may be concerned about what impact this will have on the integrity of your house. Here's what to do to prepare. Get copies of the building and demolition permits. These will have the name of the builder or developer, the construction or demolition company, and the insurance company. Read More