Are you interested in fixing up your house? Learn whether DIY projects or hiring a professional contractor is right for you.

Five Questions To Ponder When Painting The Interior Of Your Home

9 June 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Articles

Are you planning to paint the inside of your home? Whether your interior painting project includes painting one room or an entire house, you need to prepare beforehand so you will achieve the most satisfactory results. Before you commission the work, consider the following questions and the solutions that will bring results: 1. How Can You Avoid Choosing a Color You Are Not Happy With Later? Imagine this scenario: you buy two gallons of paint of a particular color, complete your painting job, then realize you made a wrong color choice. Read More …

Xeriscaping Landscaping Tips To Keep In Mind

2 June 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

When you live in the desert or another dry climate, a beautiful, green plush garden full of colorful flowers is a bit of a reach. While this exact look might not be possible, you can still have beautiful landscaping in the form of xeriscaping. The drought-friendly elements of this design can save you money and still give you the goal of a beautiful lawn. Here are some things you want to keep in mind. Read More …

Bathroom Remodel Mistakes You Can Make Before The Project Begins

24 May 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

When it comes to a bathroom remodel, mistakes don't just arise once the actual construction phase begins. You can make a mistake long before this. An error in the early stages will have an impact on the entire process, including just how satisfied you are with the outcome. Learn what early planning mistakes to avoid to work towards a more successful remodel. Aiming For The Magazine Look Looking in magazines is an excellent way to gain inspiration and get an idea what type of design features and elements you want to bring to your bathroom. Read More …

First Summer In A Hurricane-Prone Area? What You Need To Know About Water Damage Cleanup After Hurricane Flooding

17 May 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Articles

If you bought a home in a hurricane-prone area of the country over the winter, yet have never lived in an area prone to these natural disasters, then it is important to learn all you can about what to do not just before a hurricane is predicted to strike your area, but also after one strikes. Of course, you hope you never have to deal with the aftermath of a hurricane, but like with all natural disasters, it is better to be over-prepared than under-prepared. Read More …

A Toxic Environment: Mold In The Home

1 May 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Mold removal is not a job for the typical do-it-yourself homeowner. Sure, a little mold and mildew buildup in the bathroom grout can be easily scrubbed away with a stiff brush and some bleach. A major mold problem, however, should be cleaned up by professionals. If your mold issues are the result of a disaster, such as flooding, your homeowner's insurance may require you to hire a professional who specializes in mold removal. Read More …

About Me
Working With Professional Contractors

I have never been much of a DIY-er, but when I moved into my first home, I decided to try my hand at a few projects. My ideas blew up in my face--badly. I found myself struggling to put wiring back together and to repair the lawn that I had butchered. Instead of trying to clean up the mess and make things right on my own, I contacted a team of professional contractors for help. They were amazing to work with. They went through and worked room by room to repair my mistakes, and it was really incredible to see the difference they made.