Carving Out An Office Space When Building A Tiny House

Talk with your contractor regarding ways to carve out a dedicated office space when building a tiny house. Tiny living typically relates to living in dwellings that are under or around 500-square feet. In such tight spaces, finding room for an office area may be challenging without the expertise of a professional. Consider the following ways to create clever offices in tiny homes:  Pull-out work surfaces and desks. Instead of wasting space on a conventional desk or laptop stand, have builders create pull-down work surfaces that can be tucked away during non-work hours. [Read More]

Is Your Tree Dead? 3 Signs You Need To Completely Remove It

Getting rid of a tree is never an easy decision because of how long they take to grow so tall, but there may come a time that your tree needs to be removed because it has died. Not only will the tree be an eye sore without any leaves, but it runs the risk of falling down as well. Look for these 3 signs that your tree has seen better days and needs to be removed. [Read More]

Deck Or Patio: Which Is Best For Your Home?

So, you're thinking about adding some outdoor living space to your property, and you're torn between building a deck or a patio. Typically, decks are raised off the ground and constructed of wood, whereas patios are installed at ground-level and are made of stone or brick. By asking yourself a few basic questions, you can figure out which option is best for your needs and then make a decision with added confidence. [Read More]

Keeping That Marble Tile Floor Looking Like New

You've invested a lot of time and money into the new marble tile floor in your home. It'll give you years of service, but only if you know how to take care of it, and know what not to do. Here are some tips for keeping your investment looking great for years. 1. Seal your marble flooring every year. Marble is very dense and if highly polished, is not very porous. [Read More]