Granite Countertops: Some Considerations

Posted on: 26 October 2017
Once you see beautifully laid granite countertops in someone's kitchen, you may want them for your own house. When you're ready to make this dream a reality, you might find yourself surprised to discover just how many issues need to be thought about and decided upon before the project will be done. Be aware of considerations like those below before you start renovating your kitchen. The Slabs You'll Have Your eyes may enjoy lingering over the sample slabs in a showroom, but avoid disappointment by ensuring that you're as delighted with the slabs which will arrive at your address.
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No Cactus Necessary: Cottage Garden Appeal With Xeriscape Techniques

Posted on: 14 July 2016
If the vision for your new home's landscaping involves lush flower beds and cottage garden style pizzazz, you might be surprised to hear your landscaping specialist suggest xeriscaping. Don't worry, your initial reaction will likely be familiar to the landscaper. After all, when the term xeriscaping started gaining public recognition it was often accompanied by pictures of rock gardens, cactus plants and gray-green shrubs in beds covered with crushed stone mulch.
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5 Tips for Window Treatments in a Humid Room

Posted on: 13 May 2016
Whether you are decorating a conservatory that needs window covers to help keep warmth inside during the winter or a bathroom that needs privacy curtains, you may be wondering what concerns you should have when choosing window treatments for a humid area of your house. Below are five tips for picking stylish window treatments that will stand up to a humid environment.  1. Be Aware of Condensation  Condensation forms on the inside of windows when the internal temperature of your house is higher than the exterior temperature.
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Cosmetic Issue Or Something Serious? The 101 On Nail Pops In Your Drywall

Posted on: 11 December 2015
Owning a home can be stressful. From the various financial concerns to the different tasks you need to complete each year to maintain its appeal and function, it is easy to see the challenges of being a homeowner. While surprising to learn, many serious issues go unnoticed and unrepaired due to homeowner misunderstanding. Considering nail pops in drywall are common problems, you may not place much emphasis on these raised wall imperfections.
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