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Re-siding with fiber cement is the smartest investment you can make in your house. Even smarter: Choosing fiber cement from the industry leader.
Hiring the right contractor for your home can be a challenging and tedious task. There are many questions you should be asking and researching online about it.
Caulking and repairing small siding imperfections can also be done by using an exterior premix patch compound in powder form.
You have decided to remodel your kitchen, so what is next? Our best tip: think function first.
Is your home properly sealed? Protect your home by safeguarding against the exterior elements and pests.
While you can't have too much insulation, older homes often don't have enough. Make sure your house is properly insulated and keep your energy bills low.
Proper and periodic maintenance of your drainage system can extend its life as well as the functionality of your roof.
Could your ceramic tiles use a makeover? A simple new coat of paint and re-grouting of ceramic tiles can do the trick!
Looking for ideas to improve your home's curb appeal? Choosing the right paint will get you started!
Here's how to get started and what you will need to paint your interior walls
Our guide will help you decide on which type of paint to choose for the rooms in your home.
You should always prep your walls especially if they show imperfections such as holes, gouges, drips, paint bleeds, painted-over wallpaper and any other wall surface flaws.
Whatever project size you are planning, here is how to get started and what you will need to paint your interior walls.
In addition to insulating doors, weatherizing your windows can help you save some money on energy bills and keep you comfortable all year-round.
An older and drafty door will require some maintenance by properly insulating it with caulking and weather stripping.
Carbon monoxide gas (CO) is emitted when heating systems are not working properly. It is a colorless, tasteless, odorless and poisonous gas.
Blowing insulation is not difficult, but a bit time-consuming. To make it easier and to properly prepare the attic, take two days to complete and another person to help.
Big, open, airy, and beautiful kitchens can transform your home. To transform your kitchen into a bright, welcoming, and energized room, consider a few useful tips from PRO Home 1.
There are a few important factors to consider before selecting your house windows. But the most important is the safety of your family, especially small children.
Even in tip-top houses, emergencies can happen and an occasional break or damage can occur. What do you do if your roof leaks, a pipe bursts or your sump pump dies?
You can easily repair small holes in vinyl siding left from weather damage, from hanging decorations or moving light fixtures.
Here are some practical tips on what to do after your basement or home floods, especially after a major rainstorm that affected your neighborhood.
You can still enjoy the warm weather of autumn. Here is how you can make your small, extended living space more attractive.
Here is a list of items that are really hot and if you price them right, they will sell fast. Start saving!
Going over your remodeling budget is the biggest fear of homeowners. But there is no need to be afraid.
On average, up to 30% of home's temperature escapes through its windows. If you feel drafts in your home, but are constrained to a budget, try these temporary fixes to help beat the heat… or chill.
Treated wood or pressure-treated lumber resists insects and decay; however it is still defenseless against daily exposure to the sun, moisture and the ever-changing weather conditions.
Decorating your walls with wallpaper is a delicate process. Choices are endless from silks, textured, smooth, grasses to vinyls and wood veneers.
Removing wallpaper can be a tedious task, but with the right tools, some patience and basic knowledge, you could get it done in one day!
Proper and regular maintenance is key to ensuring that your siding is kept looking new and in good condition.
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