Impact Windows: Protect Your Two Story Home Without Damaging Your Trees

If you live in a two-story home surrounded by tall trees, you want to protect your upper windows from seasonal storms without cutting down your trees. Cutting down your trees, or even trimming their branches and limbs, can permanently destroy or stunt their growth. Protect your home's integrity and safety without damaging your trees with impact windows. Here are a few features to look for in impact windows, as well as tips to improve the safety of your home without destroying your valuable trees.

How To Organize Your Closet To Maximize Space

Don't you love seeing pictures of beautiful, well put together closets? The problem with most of them is that all you see is three pairs of shoes and a handful of clothing. Of course it's going to look good—it's empty! That's not exactly real life. You most likely have closets chock-full of clothing, coats, shoes and accessories. There is a way to organize all of these items to not only make it look a little more put together but to also maximize your space.

4 Tips For A Smooth Kitchen Remodel

A new kitchen can add a lot of value to your home while also adding visual appeal and making it easier to prepare meals and keep the room organized. But a kitchen remodel is a big project, and can be costly; on average, a mid-range kitchen remodeling project costs approximately can cost approximately $57,000 if you choose to do a major remodel or around $19,000 if you opt for a minor kitchen remodel.

4 Safety Tips To Help You Avoid Injury While Inspecting And Repairing Roof Damage

If you have an asphalt shingle roof, there may be some time when you need to inspect damage or do repairs. Doing anything high up on a roof can be dangerous, but if you follow a few guidelines, you can reduce your risk of injury. Here are some safety rules that you will want to consider when doing anything on your roof: 1. Using Ladders Properly When Getting On A Roof

Mold Remediation: 3 Tips To Eliminate Those Unpleasant Basement Odors

Stale air and moisture problems can product nauseating odors in your home's basement. These smells work their way into your HVAC unit. Your unit then disperses these smells throughout your home, which impacts the indoor air quality. However, you don't have to live this way. Here are three tips for eliminating unpleasant moldy odors from your basement: 1. Seal Floors That Are Unfinished It isn't uncommon for basements to have dirt floors.