• Two Jobs to Leave to Your Home Improvement Contractor

    9 October 2014

    If you like saving money, you might be all about grabbing a screwdriver and taking care of your own problems around the house. Unfortunately, some tasks that seem simple are actually pretty dangerous. Here are two jobs that you should leave to your home improvement contractor, while you relax and work on other tasks. 1: Tree Trimming When you are working on your flowerbeds and weeding your grass, nothing is more frustrating than checking out overgrown, unsightly trees in your yard.

  • Going Green At Home: Unique Ways To Become More Eco-Friendly

    9 October 2014

    Sustainability is quickly becoming the new normal. And as an environmentally conscious consumer and homeowner, you are always looking for ways to make your home more eco-friendly. You may find the task of going green overwhelming. You may even find yourself stuck on the thought that you have to change everything about your life all at once. However, this is not the case. By taking small steps to green your home, you will be making a tremendous impact without having to completely uproot your life.

  • Classic Car Restoration: Get The Glass Right

    9 October 2014

    With so many colorful, outstanding features to highlight on your classic car--from the statement-making paint to the retro upholstered seats--the last thing you may be looking at is the windows, but the right glass can make all the difference when you finally complete your restoration project. Finding the right glass for your vintage vehicle will not only it make it look like the real thing, but it will also allow you to actually put that Desoto or Studebaker back on the road again.

  • How To Deal With Ingrown Tree Roots Clogging A Sewer Line

    6 October 2014

    Drain problems often develop slowly over time. At some point, the water backs up, or the sluggish flow is simply unacceptable. Property owners and occupants who suspect that tree roots have grown into a sewer line have several options to diagnose and solve the problem. Older clay pipes can develop small cracks, inviting the intrusion of tree roots. Newer PVC sewer lines may have an occasional imperfect joint seal, allowing root growth into the connecting point between two pipe segments.