How To Choose The Best Backlit House Numbers For Your Home

If you're tired of guests driving past your home due to poorly visible numbers, then backlit house numbers can solve the problem. These numbers are designed to be highly visible whether it's daytime or night. Location The best location is one that can be seen clearly from the street and sidewalk no matter the time of day or year. If you are putting in the house numbers in winter, for example, make sure plant growth in summer won't obscure them. Read More 

Don’t Overlook These Components Of A Home Inspection

When you get a home inspection report back prior to buying a home, it's easy to become overwhelmed by the details. Really thorough inspectors often note seemingly minor details, such as whether certain light bulbs need to be replaced or whether the home could benefit from an extra layer of attic insulation. These details can be good to consider, but you don't want them to distract you from the most important components of the home inspection. Read More 

Indoor Drape Services You Might Need When You Get New Drapes For Your Home

The drapes you choose for your home have a big impact on your home's decor. Plus, drapes have an effect on the amount of light that enters your home and the amount of privacy you have. Indoor drapes can even improve energy efficiency and muffle noise. Choosing and installing drapes can be challenging, so you may need professional help for the best results. Here are some indoor drape services you may need. Read More 

5 Reasons You Need Motorized Blinds

Window blinds are understandably popular, thanks to the wide range of materials, colors, and styles available. One type of blind to consider for your windows is the motorized blind. These have a motor that controls slat position as well as opening-closing, which can be controlled manually or automatically depending on the design. 1. Cordless Safety It's no secret that blind control cords are a safety risk because they can pose a strangulation hazard for children and pets. Read More 

Make These Simple Changes To Your Front Door

While many home improvement projects are best left to a professional, there are a lot of smaller jobs that the average homeowner can perform themselves. If you have a do-it-yourself attitude, it can be fun to select one small project each weekend to work on. You can come up with your project idea during the week, do some research about how to perform the various tasks, and then visit a local hardware store to buy the home improvement products that you need. Read More