• How To Remodel Your Home For Someone Living With A Disability

    If you or a loved one have been diagnosed with a disability, you need a safe home that accommodates your needs. You will most likely have to remodel your home to make it accessible. Here are five remodels to make: 1. Flooring The floor in your home must be stable and slip resistant. Hardwood flooring is the best choice, but it's also the most expensive. Vinyl and laminate are great choices since they are inexpensive, slip resistant, and allow wheelchairs easy movement. [Read More]

  • How To Get Rid Of Mice In The Garage

    Finding mice in the garage is not uncommon, but can still be a frightening experience. Not only are mice unwelcome guests in your garage, but they can also spread disease. Having them in the garage also increases the chance that they will eventually make it into your home. Here are some tips for getting rid of mice in your garage. Find Their Hiding Places Mice are very good at hiding and getting around while in your garage. [Read More]

  • Updating An Old Home: New Hardwood Floors A Must

    If you are updating an older home and you want to choose long-lasting materials that are going to look great, use hardwood flooring throughout the space. Choosing real hardwood flooring is going to bring rich warmth into your home and benefit you in other ways. There are many types and stains of wood to choose from, but make sure you purchase real hardwood, and not engineered synthetic options. Here are just a few of the reasons you want to think about making this update. [Read More]