The Building Blocks of a Successful Home Improvement Project

Whether you’re doing a simple handyman job, a kitchen remodel, or a major home addition, there are several building blocks that go into any successful home remodeling project. They are planning, experience, and trust. While these may seem like simple no-nonsense things on the surface, it’s important to understand how some projects lack one or more of these building blocks. Let’s learn why you need all three of these things in any project.

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Little Jobs Go a Long Way

Have you been putting off little household maintenance tasks for as long as you can remember? Tackle the little projects as they come along. Otherwise, the list of to-dos will get much too long to handle. Little jobs, especially maintenance ones, can go a long way in maintaining a healthy home. It’s OK to ask for help from a handyman to make sure these things get done and done right. Read more

Should I Hire a Handyman?

Do you have a “honey do” list that seems to be miles long? It may be past due time to hire a handyman. Even if you only have a couple of little maintenance things around the home that keep getting put off, it’s time to call a handyman.


We live in a society where DIY projects seem to be doable for everyone. While people can certainly learn to do certain household maintenance tasks, hiring a handyman can save you in a few ways. Read more

Keep Your Summer Cooling Costs Down with Information From a Home Infrared Inspection

With summer on the way, you’re already planning on how much your cooling costs are going to cost you. However, you may be able to reduce your summer cooling costs by identifying areas of your home where the cool air is escaping. Just like when your home is leaking warm air, the same leaks will lead to needing to overwork your cooling system more than necessary. Read more

Advantages of Building a Utility Area in a Small Basement

Let’s face it: your basement may not be the largest space. You see all of these basement remodeling ideas. But no matter how you try to plan it, there simply isn’t enough room. Still, that doesn’t mean you can’t finish it and do something useful with it. So what can you do to finish your basement without just letting it turn into a storage area? You may want to consider building a utility area. Read more