How To Add A Glass Shower Door To A Bathtub

Remodeling your bath is a smart investment, especially if you have a shower rod and curtain. Installing a glass shower door, in place of the curtain, will add a lot of style and class to the bathroom. This simple installation will make your shower more waterproof. It is a cost effective home remodel that you can do by yourself if you have a few basic tools. This article explains how to handle the installation of a glass shower door kit. Read More 

Change The Look And Functionality Of Your Mobile Home With New Windows

If you own a mobile home, you may face multiple challenges when it comes to windows. Changing your windows can both improve the functionality of your home and boost its curb appeal. Here are four reasons why. Energy Efficiency Mobile homes, which were originally designed for more transient living in warm retirement locations, are often less well insulated than permanent homes. Inexpensive or poorly fitted windows can add to your HVAC problems and expenses, allowing too much heat in summer and too much cold in winter. Read More 

5 Popular Features That’ll Make You Love Your Bathroom Forever

According to a recent survey, you'll spend over one year of your life in the bathroom. Not surprisingly, bathrooms are among the top rooms to focus on during home remodeling, and both functionality and comfort are important factors. The features below are some of the most popular for bathroom remodels and certainly ones you will want to consider. Neutral or Pastel Colors Whether you take your shower at night to unwind after a long day, or early in the morning to wake up, bathrooms should typically be a calm and soothing environment. Read More 

Leak In Your Asphalt Shingle Roof? How To Repair It

If your roof has a leaky area and the water is getting into your house, you may be able to repair it on your own. You can do this by removing the old damaged shingles, and replacing them with new ones. Remove Shingles Purchase a shingle scraper to make it easy to remove the shingles. This tool is much like a shovel that has teeth on the end of it. Simply push the shingle scraper under the damaged shingles and lift up. Read More 

What To Keep In Mind When Adding Modern Features To A Historic Home

If you own a historic home, then you already know just how much of a treasure it is to own a home with years of life in it and the architectural charm it may come with. While owning a historic home has plenty of great perks, it can also feel outdated if you have not remodeled in a long time. If you are interested in adding some modern features to your home, you will need to be patient and make sure that you do not rush the process since it could end up ruining the charm of your older home. Read More