Immediate heat with the flick of a switch, a rush of warmth and the gentle whoosh of moving air are the hallmarks of forced air heat. Run through ducts to registers located in the floors or baseboards in each room, forced hot air is easily distributed and controlled in any home.
After the construction crews have gone and the debris have been cleared from the building site, homeowners have to turn their attention to a new quandary—how to turn a muddy lot into a lush lawn.
There's more to efficiency than tuning the furnace. Homeowners must insulate ducts to prevent heat or cool air loss.
Of all home-improvements projects, paint and wallpaper are by far the most common. But there is more to interior finishes than meets the eye.
Cost, ease of installation and appearance are all factors when choosing a roofing material.
The laminated veneer lumber (LVL) manufacturing process creates a strong and stable product that can reliably support large areas.