Changing the crown molding on your kitchen cabinets is a great home improvement project. Even if you have a limited budget, this is a remodel that can greatly change the look of your home. This article will explain how you can remove and install your own crown molding. Removing the Old Crown Removing crown molding is usually very easy (especially if it was installed without any wood glues or adhesive). Some cabinetmakers simply pin the crown to the cabinet, while others use pins and glue. [Read More]
Love Your New Windows? Keep Them Looking New With These Natural Cleaning Solutions
Now that you have your new windows installed, you're going to want to keep them looking clean and streak free. You chose the most energy efficient windows so you could do your part for the environment. Why not choose green window cleaners, as well? With just a few natural products, you can make your own window cleaner. You'll be staying green and your windows will be streak free. Here are a few simple recipes for natural window cleaners. [Read More]
Answers For Two Common Commercial Reroofing Questions
A roof is one of the most structurally important parts of a building, and it is exposed to a tremendous barrage of high winds, rain, ice, heat and damaging sun rays. As a result, it will eventually need to be replaced, but many business owners have never done this type of project. If you are one of these business owners, you should carefully consider the answers to the following couple of questions. [Read More]
Resurfacing Your Concrete: DIY Or Call A Pro?
Pitted and chipped concrete is common in even the mildest climate. You can make your concrete like new again by resurfacing it. Resurfacing your concrete on your own is a doable weekend project in many cases, but there are some instances where a professional is the best idea. When to DIY To resurface your home or business' concrete you only need a few tools and a sunny day. Your basic supplies include: [Read More]