Change Your Home One Step at a Time

Change Your Home One Step at a Time

  • Three Reasons To Consider Continuous Insulation For Your New Building

    With so many specific details to consider when you're building a commercial structure, it's easy to overlook the insulation decision as a minor consideration. Although the classic rolled type of insulation can be effective, it's important to give the decision the attention that it deserves. When considering the insulation choices, you might decide that continuous insulation is better for your structure. If your building is going to be concrete or steel core, this is certainly true.

  • 3 Air Conditioning Acronyms And What They Mean For You

    With the winter season coming to a close, it's time to start preparing for the spring and summer. As a homeowner, your first thoughts of spring and summer are focused on replacing your outdated and overworked air conditioner. However, choosing a new air conditioner is a difficult task. Not only do you have to find a unit within your price range, but you must also decipher the overabundance of confusing acronyms listed for each unit.

  • Slate Roof Moss Removal Mistakes To Avoid

    If you have a slate roof on your home, then you can expect the shingles to last between 50 and 200 years. Some shingles may need to be replaced over time by a professional due to cracking concerns, and maintenance is required to keep the slate in good shape. Proper cleaning is required though, or you may prematurely age the roof. This means that you need to avoid some common moss cleaning mistakes like the ones listed below to care for your slate roof the right way.

  • The Pros And Cons Of Installing A Concrete Slab Under Your Chicken Coop

    Keeping a small flock of chickens in your backyard is a fun way to get involved in your food and teach your kids about the cycle of life. Whether you plan to collect eggs every morning for breakfast or just want some feathered pets, you need a sturdy and secure coop to keep your chickens safe from predators. Installing a concrete slab before building the coop offers numerous benefits, but also comes with a few drawbacks.

  • Changing Your Heating System Could Greatly Reduce Your Heating Bills

    Changing the type of heating system in your home is an expensive proposition. You need to invest in a new heater, ductwork adjustments, an sometimes a whole new heat source. However, there are times where the cost is well worth it because it reduces your monthly costs so much. When it comes time to change your heater, look at these options to make sure you make the best purchase for your future budget and comfort.

  • About Me

    Change Your Home One Step at a Time

    The best way to handle major home renovations is to take them one step at a time. Instead of trying to change your whole home at once, start small. I started with the guest bathroom, then the guest bedroom, then moved on to my kids’ rooms, my bedroom, and the living room. Now I’m working on remodeling the kitchen. I started this blog to help other people who are attempting major home renovations. I’ll show you how to change your whole home by breaking it up into manageable chunks. Wondering which kitchen counters are right for you, or how to add more space to your bedroom? We’ll go over the pros and cons of different materials and discuss DIY renovation projects. Before you know it, you’ll have created your dream home.