3 Low-Cost Fence Options For Your Front Yard

Fences are often used to keep people out of dangerous locations like railroads and construction zones. However, they can be adopted for residential use in order to restrict property access or to add curb appeal to a home. Fences are known for being costly, but with the right material and proper maintenance they can last a long time. Luckily, there are a few low-cost fence options for you to choose from. [Read More]

The Basics Of Changing Your Carpeted Floors To Laminate

Carpeted flooring traps dust and debris, and has a shorter lifespan than other flooring types. One of the best things you can do for your health is to remove the carpet and install laminate flooring. Here is what you will need in order to change your flooring. Equipment and Tools There are several tools necessary to remove carpet and even more to install the laminate flooring. Most tools can be found at a home improvement store, and often times you can rent the larger tools from an equipment rental service to lower the cost. [Read More]

Tips for Safely Decorating Windows During the Holidays

As soon as the first cool breeze of autumn drifts in you get out the pumpkins, scarecrows and other holiday decorations that kick off the holiday decorating season. And you don't stop there—next is Christmas! Your windows are often a good place to hang decorations, but you need to follow a few tips to prevent damage from your decorating frenzy.  1: The Old Standbys—Say Goodbye Sometimes this rule is ignored, but nails and screws and other traditional hanging devices  can do a lot of damage to your windows. [Read More]

4 Construction Site Safety Tips That Just Might Save Your Life

Whether you're building a skyscraper or are making repairs to a railroad, it's important to practice safety when working at a construction site. While many people learn safety tips early on in their construction career, it can be easy to forget and make mistakes. Take a look at the following information to learn some construction site safety tips that just might save your life.  Get Plenty of Rest  This may be one of the easiest construction site rules to break. [Read More]