Mold is a persistent enemy to the home that can pose health risks and damage property if not dealt with appropriately. Fortunately, there are a number of ways homeowners can combat this nuisance.
Building and maintaining a compost heap is a great way to reduce organic waste and to make rich compost for your plants and gardens.
Casement windows, windows that are attached to their frame by one or more hinges and usually have cranks, can need replacing over time due to wear and weathering. Here we replace a casement window and the shingles surrounding it.
Today’s home is not complete without an Internet connection. There are more ways than ever for homeowners to bring Internet connectivity to their homes such as dial-up, DLS, cable broadband, satellite Internet, fiber optic service and wireless Internet.
You can add character, detail and historic charm to your home with the addition of beadboard wainscoting and a chair rail.
Ragging is a faux painting technique that provides both warmth and texture to any room.
Faux painting techniques, like this double-process burlap strie, can add grace and sophistication to any room.
Plastique is a faux painting technique that provides rich, mottled texture to enhance any room.
Whether you want to put up new wallpaper or switch to painted walls, removing wallpaper is a key way to give a room a fresh start.
Pressure washing—also known as power washing—is a fast, effective way to restore siding, decking, stone and cement surfaces to their natural color and beauty.