Home Remodeling Doesn't Have to Be Stressful
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Home Remodeling Doesn't Have to Be Stressful

My husband and I wanted to add an addition to our home for years before we finally decided to act on the idea. However, we then realized that we desperately needed to update our kitchen, as well. Before we started the remodeling process, we prepared for what we expected: stress. We made sure we cleared our calendars and didn't have any other major commitments during the remodeling process. However, once we began planning the renovations, we quickly learned that we were actually having a lot of fun! The renovation process also went very smoothly and, now that the process is over, we both joke around that it feels "too quiet" in hear without the company of the contractors. I enjoyed t all so much I decided to start a blog to share my remodeling tips to help others who will soon be taking the plunge!

Home Remodeling Doesn't Have to Be Stressful

  • Understanding The Well Water Testing Process

    28 May 2015

    One of the biggest concerns for homeowners with well water is the risk of contamination in the well. Since many chemicals and bacteria can seep into your well water without leaving any odor or flavor behind, this is a significant concern. Wells are susceptible to this type of contamination from many things, including de-icing chemicals, pesticide treatments, animal waste and sewage leaks. Here are some tips for testing and treating your home's well.

  • 3 Things You Will Want To Know About Using Oak In Marine Construction

    13 May 2015

    Whether you are building a dock, seawall or boathouse, wood is an affordable material to use. Some materials perform better than others in a marine environment do. You may have heard a lot about tropical lumber, but domestic species can be just as good or better. Oak is a good example of a domestic wood species that can be a great choice for wood features in marine construction. Here are some things that you will want to know about using oak for your marine construction project:

  • Can You Dig It? Top Questions Concerning Trenchless Sewer Line Replacement

    27 April 2015

    Older homes may be full of charm and desirable elements, but they can also come with their own set of concerns. One aspect that could cause costly problems is an outdated septic system with sewer lines that have been in place for decades. Chances are, if you live in an older home with an outdated system, your sewer lines will have to be replaced at some point and these repairs and replacements do not always come cheap because they can involve digging deep trenches with heavy equipment.

  • Key Terms Concerning Windows Types Every Homeowner Should Know

    10 April 2015

    Whether you are looking to repair the windows you have or replace them with something more modern, talking to a contractor can sometimes feel intimidating. This is not because window professionals are hard to deal with, but because you may be unfamiliar with a lot of the terminology that is used to describe specific window types. When it comes to chatting about windows and getting the best out of the experience, there are several key terms you should know the meaning of as a homeowner.

  • Subdivision Roadway Problems? Rally With Neighbors To Fix Minor Problems

    10 April 2015

    If you live in a subdivision that used to have a homeowner's association, but the association has disbanded since you moved into your house, you may have rally with your neighbors to fix things in the neighborhood, even the roadways. If you have a bad cul-de-sac or area that has damage, call the paving contractors. If there are pot holes and cracks and a lot of other trouble areas and you don't know when the city will get to repairing the damage, you can call an asphalt repair company to help with the problem.