Electrical Inspection Tips For Your New Home

If you've recently purchased a home, it can take time to work out all of the smaller quirks and nuances of the property. Every house has seen some level of do-it-yourself repairs by the previous owner, and while you hope they were done right, you're sure to find some things that aren't quite up to your standards. One area you don't want to wait to discover problems in is your electrical wiring. Read More 

The Pros And Cons Of Installing New Siding Over Your Existing Siding

If the siding on your home is reaching the end of its lifespan, you may be looking into having new siding installed. In some cases, your new siding can be installed directly over your existing siding as long as the siding is not warped, rotted, or otherwise in poor condition. There are pros and cons to installing your new siding over your existing siding. Learning about these pros and cons can help you make a decision about whether this option is right for your home. Read More 

When Home Prices Seem High, What Can You Do?

You are doing well financially and you decide it's time to start looking at homes for sale. The only problem is that your search is coming up with a lot of properties that are higher than what you expected. Here are some things that you could turn to as your next step. Put Down a Better Down Payment When you have a higher down payment, you are able to cut out a greater portion of the interest payment. Read More 

Does Your Waterproofing Have Issues?

A wet basement is always a homeowner's nightmare. Whether you are dealing with a flooded finished basement or a leaking and damp unfinished basement, unwanted water will not give you peace of mind. Here are some of the top 5 basement waterproofing problems. Foundation Wall Leaks Wall cracks are the most common water seepage sources in foundations. They happen for various reasons, but they are quite easy to fix with the help of a basement waterproofing specialist. Read More 

3 Tips To Maintain A Wood Burning Fireplace

There's nothing better than curling up in front of a warm fire on a cold, winter's night. A wood burning fireplace is a perfect addition to any home, adding style and warmth to almost any space -- but, no one wants to sit in a room filled with smoke or to risk the chance of a house fire. Using proper care and properly maintaining your wood burning fireplace will help keep the fireplace burning cleanly all winter long. Read More