December 19, 2016 Home Improvement
Is your home fire-proof?
What are your chances of surviving a fire?
Do you or your family members know what to do when a fire breaks out?
Protecting your home from fire should be the number one priority of every homeowner. Every year, fires are responsible for several deaths and millions of damages to property. And residential fires are the most common type of fires. Read more…
December 7, 2016 Home Improvement
Clutter can quickly accumulate in a home. Junk mail, magazines, purchases, shoes and small gifts can quickly pile up. In larger homes, these things can be easily tucked out of sight. However, in a studio apartment with little storage space, the area can quickly become cluttered. If you live in a studio apartment, chances are, your closet space has limited storage. How can you maximize your storage space in such a small area? Read more…
November 21, 2016 Home Improvement
Most people like to change their surroundings from time to time, and that’s why sometimes it’s nice to renovate our home. Changes can be minor like buying a painting or replacing the drawers. However, in many cases people like to make bigger changes in their homes by painting the walls, replacing the furniture or remodeling the whole living space. In this article, we have prepared a few ways to improve your home’s design according to specialists in this industry. Read more…
August 25, 2016 Home Improvement
If your Atlanta garage door opener doesn’t work ,that’s a relatively easy fix. But if you have bigger garage door issues, you may be wondering whether it would be better to make repairs or just get a brand new garage door. What’s best for your garage as well as how it can affect your home value are factors you might want to consider.
August 10, 2016 Home Improvement
Curtains have the power to transform a room and create a perfect finish. That is why it is important to make sure that you buy the right curtains for your house. Here are some of the top things that www.draperystores.ca recommends you do when choosing curtains.
1.Measure the window
To get the correct measurements, use a tape measure to determine the right width and length of the window. Do not guess the measurements because chances are high that you will get it wrong. The correct way to measure is by measuring the pole where the curtain will hang, don’t measure the window. Then multiply the measurement you get by two. This is to leave room for fabric overlap and hemming. Read more…
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