Flush The Old One: How To Choose The Right High-Efficiency Toilet

If your home is equipped with outdated toilets, it's time for a change, especially if you have toilets that were manufactured before 1982. Toilets built during that time typically use anywhere from five to seven gallons of water per flush. If you have a large family, the excess water use can build up quickly. Even if it's just you in the house, that can still add up to at least fifteen gallons of water per day from your toilets. Read More 

Install Ceiling Fans In Your Home To Increase Your Comfort In Summer And Winter

If your home doesn't have any ceiling fans, you might be missing out on a way to increase your comfort during the summer and winter. Ceiling fans help with climate control, and they can add beauty to a room too. Here's a look at why you should consider having these fans installed and a quick look at how it's done. Reasons To Install Ceiling Fans These fans can be used during all seasons of the year to make your home more comfortable. Read More 

4 Options for Sectional Placement

Sectional couches can be a great piece of furniture in a living room. They provide a large amount of seating for the space they take up, can be stylish as well as functional, and often offer more functionality since you can lounge or sleep in them. However, if you've never had a sectional, you may wonder how it will fit in with your current home decor and where it will fit in your room. Read More 

Design Tips For Interior Landscaping In Your Home Office

Many entrepreneurs run their businesses out of home offices. A major benefit is you don't have the addition of office space rental. If you see clients in your home office, though, you likely want the space to look professional. A well-designed interior landscape can help to that end. Forget about a simple plant on a shelf. Your interior landscape will complement your home office with a well-planned layout of plants. Read More 

A Homeowner’s Guide To Window Opening Mechanisms

A new window installation means that you have several choices to make, from the materials of the frame to the insulation level of the glass and panes. Another decision that you don't want to gloss over is the different types of window operation available. The following guide will help you learn all the options available. Fixed Fixed windows are the most cost-effective and the most simple. These windows are fixed in place, so they do not open at all. Read More