Modern life today is less about compartments of time spent in certain tasks – work, play, etc. – and more about following the flow of life. As the pace of our lives shifts to reflect this, the functions in our homes are also changing to support all facets of our lives.
DIY (do-it-yourself) home makeover projects are certainly in vogue these days. This is mostly due to the ever-increasing amount of cable TV programs dedicated to such concepts.
Choosing a proper window may seem like an easy task at first thought and a small decision to be made. However, there are several important things that strongly depend on how well-chosen the windows are.
There comes a time in every house’s life when major overhauls are needed in order to restore its former charm and functionality. And since its main elements are continuously exposed to weather and seasonal changes, often times the home revamping process involves replacing quite a few things, from windows and doors, to decks, gutters and roofs.
Utilizing natural light during the winter makes your home feel cozier and more welcoming, especially when the weather outside is less than appealing.
When it comes to your home remodeling project, it’s easy to get lost in the planning process. From moving walls to relocating mechanicals, a renovation is just as detail-intensive as a new construction project.
As the summer heat approaches, it’s time to get your home ready for it. The more you prepare, the more you can save on your cooling bills.
Friends of ours once owned a sprawling home in a tony New Jersey suburb where monthly property taxes were in the four-figure range. He was an investment banker and she was a home interior designer turned stay-at-home-mom, a lady whose volunteer exploits kept her busy when her children were not around.
Tweet The option to replace windows becomes very enticing when you feel a cold draft coming through your home – even with the windows closed. It’s not just the cold