Change Your Home One Step at a Time

Change Your Home One Step at a Time

  • Ready For Spring? How To Inspect For Necessary Water Heater Repairs

    Spring is finally just around the corner. Now that winter is on its way out, you need to make sure your water heater is ready for the change of seasons. If your water heater has an exterior access door, you may have avoided the area during the winter, especially if you've been dealing with freezing temperatures. Unfortunately, the out of sight, out of mind approach to your water heater can be disastrous, especially during the winter.

  • Keep Your Garage Door Looking And Operating Great This Winter

    You probably have a checklist of maintenance tasks to tackle this winter throughout your house, but don't forget your garage door. It might be technically attached to your house, but it's still an important part of your property and neglecting it could lead to an unwelcome repair bill. If you want to stay on top of garage door maintenance this winter, here are some tips that might help. Do You Need to Replace the Weather Strips?

  • Pros And Cons Of Designing A Circular Dining Room

    If you're looking to add some creative ideas to your custom home, one option that you might be evaluating is making your dining room circular. This is a prevalent design in many high-end residences, and it may be something that has caught your eye if you've seen it online or on TV. Your custom home builder can definitely draw up plans for a home that includes a circular living room, but you'll want to mull over these points before you proceed.

  • Don't Let A Clogged Drain Haunt Your Halloween

    October is a spooky month where all manner of frightful beasts will soon be roaming the night, but there may be something even more terrifying lurking in your home's drains. Is it the ghost of some poor soul trapped in the sewer that's come to take its revenge on those who dare to mock its plight with candy and silly costumes? It might be if your home was foolishly built above an ancient cursed sewer lateral, but it's more likely to be a terrible monster of grease, hair, and other detritus.

  • Big Tree, Little Tree: The Differences In Removing Trees Based On Size

    When you ask for tree removal service, one of the questions you are asked is always "How big is the tree?" If you had to guess, do you think you could give a reasonable estimate of the size of the tree you want removed? To the tree service, this is a very important question because it dictates how they will remove the tree and which equipment they will bring with them to remove the tree.

  • 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.