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Best High Efficiency Bulbs for Home Use

02nd May 2013
Making your home more energy efficient doesn’t have to involve having new siding installed or adding insulation to the attic. Small changes can make a big difference. Simply swapping out your existing bulbs for more energy efficient options will help you ... Read >
Author: ChelseaTerris

How to Solve Mouse Problems

19th September 2011
One of the more commonly dreaded pests is the mouse. Larger than insects found in houses, the insatiable appetite of the mouse combined with their relative strength leaves few things safe in your home from their teeth. Mice take over your home, scavenging... Read >
Author: s.wattleby

Choosing a Wall Lantern

16th May 2011
When looking for a creative way to spice up your home, why not consider getting a wall lantern. For indirect lighting indoor and out, a wall lantern can offer a variety of options as well as match any style you are trying to create. Even coming across a s... Read >
Author: zach.morton

Is Fiberglass As Strong As Metal?

18th April 2011
This is a question that has many answers. The answers depend on which aspect of strength one is looking at. Most commonly, strength is viewed as force divided by area. We consider the stress test as a way to measure how much stress it takes to make an ite... Read >
Author: Jonathan Steele

The Steps to Building a New Garage

11th August 2010
As the owner of Lifestyle Building & Remodeling Co. Inc., a premier contractor that services Raleigh and the Triangle Park area in North Carolina, Paul Beaudoin says that among the most popular construction projects for homeowners to take on right now are... Read >
Author: Dean Matthews

How are Mobile Homes Constructed?

18th November 2009
Materials used to produce a mobile home are the same derived to build a site-built home, the only difference is that they are designed in a factory, and later transported to a site to be assembled. Materials in a manufactured household include 2×4 and ... Read >
Author: jdevans789

Creative Mobile Home Remodeling Projects

09th October 2009
Mobile home remodeling can make your ancient mobile home more livable. These types of homes are quite small and it is a tough thing to have a growing family in there. But it doesn't mean that you cannot make it look more comfortable and attractive with so... Read >
Author: Reneson

Stone front for the small home

05th June 2009
Stone front houses look beautiful and can add curb appeal and value to your home. The great news is that the newer stone, often known as veneer, is much easier to install and is much cheaper than the traditional full pieces that older houses used. Have yo... Read >
Author: Chris

Top Ten Ways to Save Money Rehabbing a House

16th January 2009
Rehabbing a house can be a very expensive task that can easily get out of hand and over budget. Today more and more people are looking for ways to save money remodeling their home. I'd like to share some of my insight and experience on ways to save money ... Read >
Author: Kallen Kildea

How to Install Window Box

11th December 2008
Installing a window box to your home is often a difficult task, especially if it is to be mounted directly on the wall outside. There are several questions you must ask when embarking on this quest: How much weight should be supported? What kind of equipm... Read >
Author: Matthew Buquoi

Simple Layout And Framing Of Walls

02nd November 2005
Simple Layout And Framing Of Walls Framing walls is known in construction as rough carpentry. This has always seemed to me as a contradiction of terms. The framing holds the skin (drywall, sheathing, siding) and has the buildings life lines running th... Read >
Author: Mike Merisko
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